IT ALL BEGINS WITH A SONG is a wonderfully crafted look at the underappreciated songwriters of the Nashville music scene and the songs they’re responsible for.
Month: May 2020
Short Film Review: Roses for Ms. Jacobs
ROSES FOR MS. JACOBS, is a thought-provoking and well made short film dealing with the lasting trauma from a case of sexual abuse.
Lockdown 2020 Review: Possessor
Brandon Cronenberg’s new psychological body horror film, Possessor, assaults the senses with its brutal violence and mind-bending story.
Indie Film Review: Union Bridge
Brian Levin’s debut feature, UNION BRIDGE, is very well shot and acted but feels painfully slow due to the lack of an engaging story.
Lockdown 2020 Review: Capone
Josh Trank’s aptly titled biopic, CAPONE, spotlights Tom Hardy as the aging, dementia-ridden mob boss in an emotionally devoid mess of a film.
Indie Film Review: Wastelands
Kemal Yildirim’s new feature film, WASTELANDS, displays his technical filmmaking prowess but has a little too much going on in terms of its story.
Dead to Me Season 2 Wrap-Up
Dead to Me Season 2 stays true to the first season’s winning formula with more likable characters, mishaps, laughs, and suspense to please its fanbase.
Lockdown 2020 Review: Swallow
SWALLOW, the debut feature from writer/director Carlo Mirabella-Davis, is an uncomfortably bizarre trip into a young pregnant woman’s harmful addiction.
Short Film Review: Rooftops
Bruce C. Bradbury III’s new short film, ROOFTOPS, boasts genuine performances amidst a charming New York City backdrop but suffers from a lack of direction.
Indie Film Review: South Mountain
Hilary Brougher’s newest feature film, South Mountain, may focus on a crumbling marriage but it also promotes the everlasting tenderness of family.