Joe Raffa’s new indie drama, DOWNEAST, is well acted and expertly shot while lacking some originality and entertainment value.
Today, we interview writer/director Joe Badon about his upcoming project, THE WHEEL OF HEAVEN, and its ongoing Kickstarter campaign!
A curious start to the MCU’s Phase Four, BLACK WIDOW is a solid, if unspectacular, solo adventure for the fan favorite character.
THE FOREVER PURGE is a perfectly passable film but it’s safe to say that the creativity and purpose of this series is long gone.
The pilot episode for CAPITOL JOE shows a lot of potential and direction despite not giving viewers much to latch onto.
Disney/Pixar’s new film, LUCA, isn’t the best output from the two studios but is still a rock solid and touching collaborative effort.
Disney’s CRUELLA is a competently made film but doesn’t really fit or add anything new to an iconic character.
Mark Lewis’s new film, STRIDER, has too much plot and a confounding ending but maintains the same type of heart as his previous work.
Matthew Merritte’s short, INSTRUMENT ASSASSINS, is noticeably low budget but competently made while boasting impressive fight choreography.
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT is an average horror film that doesn’t come close to matching the quality of its predecessors.