It’s somewhat ironic that Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s Starry Eyes, a film that literally singles out ambition as the blackest of human qualities, is the most ambitious film I have seen thus f
Plenty of film will have you believe ambition is sexy. Desperation may reek, but the indefatigable drive forward and up is admirable.
Writer/director Leigh Janiak’s Honeymoon is the rare example of a film that actually does quite a bit right but is critically hobbled by one miscalibrated piece of machinery.
Nicely-demented, Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins functions best as a gruesome thriller with a sense of humor.
“Have you ever killed something?” Bea asks.
From Honeymoon's opening montage of our newlywed couple reminiscing about falling in love, you might think you are settling in for romantic drama about the challenges of starting a life toget
Extreme-shock fans tempted by the prospect of an NC-17 found-footage fright film should be advised that the sexy stuff in LUCKY BASTARD is a lot more explicit than the horror content.
Sometimes the movie is better than the book. Sometimes it isn’t. Odd Thomas, based on the Dean Koontz novel, attempts to transfer a seemingly interesting story from page to screen.
We all need to come to terms with the fact that found footage is here to stay for the time being.
When I got the screener for Stalled, I read the synopsis and rolled my eyes.