If you walk into #ShakespearesShitstorm without warning of what it is, you’d be shocked. For those in the know, it’s a Kaufman masterpiece.
THE BEACH HOUSE is a complex tale about the human condition, with plenty of scares, tons of gore and gorgeous visuals.
Alice continues her exploration of “Free Enterprise” for the film’s 20th anniversary. This time, looking at its effect on pop culture.
“Starfish”, director A.T. White’s opus about loss, friendship and forgiveness, is a high note for experimental cinema – if not a film for everyone.
A world-premiering review of Emmy Award Winner Andrew Wonder’s “Feral”.
There’s a very strong voice in genre/cult/horror cinema waiting to be unleashed upon the masses. Maniac Nun on a Mission to Kill Leo Fontaine is live NOW on YouTube.
“Butterfly Kisses” attempts to be two things at once, and succeeds on both counts with flying colors. One of the best found footage horror films I’ve seen.
space.games.film is an interesting, important look at a historic part of video games, but sadly, the lack of jeopardy makes for a very slow-burning experience.
Dive deep into the unappreciated gem that is 2008’s “The X-Files: I want to believe”.
Emil Johansson returns to the directorial chair, but strays from his usual horror binge and ventures into comedy. Does it pay off?
“The Gated Community” contains within some examples of interesting independent cinema, but the differing tones and subpar quality of some segments hold it back.
“Super Game Jam” is a masterclass in making games. While somewhat technically flawed, it is always saved by great protagonists and the adventure of making a game.
Seminal. Important. Relevant. Extremely well directed, beautifully shot, and artfully scored. One of the most important video game documentaries ever made.
A niche piece for sure, but one that is tremendously rewarding for those willing to put in the effort. A must watch for fans of international horror films.