Welcome to the Blumhouse offers two more films on Amazon Prime, the musical ‘Nocturne’ and the family thriller, “Evil Eye.” Blumhouse amps up the revenge theme in these two fascinating films.
Time Directed by: Garrett Bradley Featuring: Sibil Fox Richardson, Robert G. Richardson Reflecting on Garrett Bradley’s Award-Winning documentary, “Time,” I can’t help but reflect on my own life; the struggles that I’ve experienced. That’s the beauty of our lives –
Blumhouse Presents makes its way to the streaming realm with their first two telefilms, ‘The Lie’ and ‘Black Box. Both Blumhouse Presents films are now on Amazon Prime.
The Glorias Directed by: Julie Taymor Screenplay by: Sarah Ruhl and Julie Taymor, based on My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem Starring: Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Timothy Hutton, Lorraine Toussaint, Janelle Monáe, Bette Midler ‘Timely’ is a phrase
Forlorning is an intimate and powerful look at the choices we make, the pain that we feel and the consequences of those choices.
“7500” is full of routines, in line with our human nature, and yet, there is nothing routine about Patrick Vollrath’s film.
The Vast of Night Directed by Andrew Patterson Written by James Montague and Craig W. Sanger Starring Sierra McCormick, Jake Horowitz, Gail Cronauer, Bruce Davis, Greg Peyton Premiering at Slamdance 2019, Andrew Patterson’s “The Vast of Night” is one of
“Sam’s Toilet Paper Caper!: A White Gold Parody’s” curvaceousness is matched by its ability to absorb the reader, allowing that coveted commode time to pass effortlessly. Move over Field and Stream! There’s a new commode-inducing pastime, and its name is “Sam’s Toilet Paper Caper!”