Before the Dawn is a realistic tale of forbidden love between a teacher and her student with a tense story and some good performances from the leads.
Guy Ritchie thankfully returns to his crime genre roots in a messy, but amusing, romp in The Gentlemen.
Jay Reel’s Dawn: Year Seven, a short prequel to the writer/director’s 2003 feature, Dawn, does more telling than showing but has more heart than expected from a vampire film.
Gene Blalock’s debut feature, The Nightmare Gallery, looks nice and establishes a unique tone but lacks in story and substance.
William Eubank’s new sci-fi/horror film, Underwater, is a surprisingly good January film with its claustrophobic feel and Alien-esque tone.
Writer/director Sam Mendes changes the game with his perfect technological marvel of a war drama in 1917.
Vin Nucatola’s Italian Turtles is an amusing little short that spotlights the absurdity of trying to pitch an idea like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The 2020 version of The Grudge boasts an impressive cast but fails at every conceivable level to scare, shock, or entertain.