With Season 3 of HBO’s once brilliant sci-fi drama, Westworld, wrapping up last night, it’s very clear that the show has changed and not for the better.
Justin Taite’s newest short film, The Awful Kind, channels early Tarantino with its misdirection and paranoia following a train robbery gone bad.
Jordan Blady’s debut feature, Softness of Bodies, is a tale of a troubled young woman’s directionless life and her transition (or lack thereof) into adulthood.
Blow the Man Down is an Amazon Original that focuses on two young women covering up a crime while realizing their small fishing town isn’t what it seems.
Alexis Ramirez’s Out of Boredom is a brief and amusing look at a young woman’s uneventful Saturday night.
Released on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Planting Earth Week is a wonderful short documentary focusing on the struggles of both radical and non-radical activism in these trying times.
The Season 5 finale of AMC’s Better Call Saul aired last night so let’s have a discussion on the Breaking Bad spin-off and where it’s headed in its sixth and final season. *Minor spoilers ahead.*
Kirill Sokolov’s debut feature Why Don’t You Just Die! is a violent and bloody affair in the vein of Quentin Tarantino with plenty of black comedy strewn about in the chaos.
Steve Blackwood’s new short film, Stuck, is a rapid fire comedy with heart that revolves around an oversized sex contraption.
Michael Reich’s surreal comedy/horror/romance/whatever you want to call it is a spectacle you need to judge for yourself.