Kaitlyn Boxall’s short drama, Behind Closed Doors, shines a light on domestic abuse and the constant struggles of its victims.
MORTAL KOMBAT isn’t perfect but the cast and crew do their best to create a faithful adaptation of the popular video game franchise.
The 93rd annual Academy Awards are this Sunday which means it’s time to throw out our picks for some of the show’s biggest categories in Cinema Smack’s 2021 Oscar Predictions!
Kris Salvi’s new short, 10:59 PM, takes viewers on a somewhat bizarre ride through the night of a disgruntled bagman.
WHEELS, the feature length debut from writer/director Paul Starkman, boasts an engaging story but has too much going on for its runtime.
NEW DAWN, the new short film from writer/director Fazeel, is a touching story cleverly hidden behind the façade of a mystery/thriller.
Ilya Naishuller’s sophomore feature, NOBODY, is a rough-and-tumble action flick that’s part OLDBOY and part JOHN WICK.
Joe Badon’s arthouse horror film, SISTER TEMPEST, is a bizarre and surreal experience that’s as chocked full of intrigue as it is confusion.
After much clamoring, ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE serves as a much improved, but still imperfect, version of DC’s superhero team-up.
Vincenzo Nappi’s newest short film, FIRST BITE, is a familiar, yet fun and effective, homage to graphic B-movie horror films.