Category: New Releases

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Film Review: ‘The Hole In The Fence’- Savagery And The Loss Of Innocence

Symbolism weighs heavy in every minute of the always involving but too obvious and much too harsh Mexican film “El hoyo en la cerca” (“The Hole in the Fence”). Written by Lucy Pawlak and Joaquin del Paso and directed by

Film review: ‘You Can Live Forever’- Love, Sex, And Individualism

Writer/directors Mark Slutsky and Sarah Watts’ debut feature “You Can Live Forever” is a film filled with truth, tenderness, and an understanding of character. Set in the early 1990s Canada, Jaime (wonderfully played by Anwen O’Driscoll) is sent to live

Film Review: ‘Master Gardener’- A Master Screenwriter In Top Form

Rebirth of the soul. “God’s lonely man” writing in his journal of a past littered with sin. A reach for a final grace. We are in the always intoxicating world of Paul Schrader whose “Master Gardener” arrives to give modern

‘It Ain’t Over’: Film Review

At the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Stars game, fans voted Hank Aaron, Johnny Bench, Sandy Koufax, and Willie Mays as the best players the game has ever seen. Yogi Berra, a 10-time World Series winner as a catcher for the

‘Carmen’: Film Review

Credited as a reimagining of Bizet’s four-act opera of the same name, Benjamin Millepied’s Carmen is the story of a woman on the run (West Side Story’s Melissa Barrera) following the murder of her mother by the cartel and a

Film Review: ‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’

One of the biggest challenges facing moviegoers today is a lack of movies drawing a varied demographic into the theater. Sure, Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 could be for the young and the young-at-heart, and unless you’re a die-hard

Film Review: ‘I’ll Be Watching’- A Plundering Of Better Films

Erik Bernard’s “I’ll Be Watching” is a thriller in search of an original idea. The film cannot deliver its intended thrills and fails in the emotional drama. Artist Julie Alexander (Eliza Taylor) is alone at her first big exhibition waiting

Old School Kung Fu Fest 2023: A Wuxia Double Feature

The 10th Old School Kung Fu Fest: Friday April 28- “The Grand Passion” and “The Legend of the Sacred Stone” The final weekend of The Old School Kung Fu Fest: Sword Fighting Heroes Edition begins with two special and hard

Old School Kung Fu Fest 2023: ‘The Ghost Hill’

10th Old School Kung Fu Fest: Sword Fighting Heroes Edition- Day 2: “The Ghost Hill” Taiwanese filmmaker Ting Shan-hsi crafted many wuxia pictures in the 1970s. “The Ghost Hill” (1971) was the filmmaker’s fist foray into the extreme fantastical. This

Old School Kung Fu Fest 2023: The Swordsman Of All Swordsmen

The 10th Old School Kung Fu Fest 2023: “The Swordsman of All Swordsmen” Vengeance continues in the festival’s first full day with the beautifully restored and undervalued classic, “The Swordsman of All Swordsmen”. With the monster success of King Hu’s