Andi Morrow’s directorial debut, Pusher, realistically depicts how drug addiction not only affects small town life but how it can become the norm.
Stephen Cognetti’s Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire doesn’t stray from the tried and true formula of the previous two films in the series but is still a solid indie horror experience.
Rambo: Last Blood delivers what most fans should expect from a Rambo movie and also some things that you’d never expect.
With Rambo: Last Blood set for release this weekend, we revisit the entire Rambo series in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
Christopher Di Nunzio’s new film, I Am a Rain Dog, is a strange, uncomfortable, and compelling little short that channels quirky personalities like David Lynch and Tom Waits.
Scott A. Hamilton’s directorial debut, What Death Leaves Behind, is well made with an interesting idea at its core but never quite meets its full potential.
It Chapter Two amplifies many of the same problems of its predecessor while dishing up a bloated runtime and not much story.
The Peanut Butter Falcon channels the drama, comedy, and heart of Barry Levinson’s 1988 film, Rain Man, while also carving out its own legacy as a heartfelt buddy film.