Brandon Slagle’s ATTACK OF THE UNKNOWN is a well made sci-fi/action flick that’s a bit too long and lacks a singular identity.
The debut film from the Shakespeare sisters, SOUNDTRACK TO SIXTEEN, is an awkwardly funny, yet accurate, trip back to adolescence.
The new film from Henk Pretorius, THE UNFAMILIAR, is a fun and spooky horror flick that suffers from rapid pacing and lack of exploration.
PRETENDING I’M A SUPERMAN is a fascinating nostalgia trip on skateboarding and, of course, the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video game franchise.
Brian Butler’s new science fiction throwback, FRIEND OF THE WORLD, is a relevant trip through a war-torn zombie-ish apocalypse.
Hector Babenco’s final film, MY HINDU FRIEND, features an excellent performance from Willem Dafoe but is a bit schizophrenic in tone.
THE JUNGLE OF ACCOUNTING is a hilarious mockumentary about a small accounting firm and their issues in finding a reliable assistant.
The new film from Amy Seimetz, SHE DIES TOMORROW, is a mind-bending psychodrama that compels as much as it sometimes irritates.
Karen Maine’s feature length directorial debut, YES, GOD, YES, is a hysterical look at a Catholic teenager’s transition into sinful womanhood.
DEAD DICKS, the feature length directorial debut from Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer, is tonally inconsistent but a fun and even touching experience.