Joe Raffa’s new indie drama, DOWNEAST, is well acted and expertly shot while lacking some originality and entertainment value.
Mark Lewis’s new film, STRIDER, has too much plot and a confounding ending but maintains the same type of heart as his previous work.
OLDER, the new film from writer/director Guy Pigden, is very well made with an interesting story but a somewhat muddled final message.
Daniel C. Nyiri’s debut feature, CONFESSION, is an admittedly low budget affair with some intriguing questions of faith at its core.
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.