WHEELS, the feature length debut from writer/director Paul Starkman, boasts an engaging story but has too much going on for its runtime.
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.
Scott J. Ramsey’s feature length debut, X, is a psychosexual thriller at heart but starts mixing genres and goes on a bit too long.
Victor Neumark’s FIRST BLUSH is a mostly lighthearted tale about a polyamorous relationship that gets a bit melodramatic and sappy by the end.
WHITE LIE is an intense drama that spotlights how someone’s self-serving words and actions can cause serious collateral damage.
POOR GREG DROWNING, the debut feature from writer/director Jeffrey Scott Collins, gets cut a bit short but is a playful and satisfying comedy.
Patrick Picard’s feature length debut, THE BLOODHOUND, provides very few answers as a bizarrely hypnotic film in the vein of David Lynch.
Seth Breedlove’s new documentary, THE MARK OF THE BELL WITCH, effectively delves into Tennessean folklore but has a bit too much reenactment.
Andrew J.D. Robinson’s pseudo-documentary, WE ARE THE MISSING, is an engaging micro-budget thriller that maybe tries a bit too hard by its end.
Donald F. Glut’s TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN is a fun, low budget anthology film tailor made for fans of Mary Shelley’s original story.