Category: Theatrical

Total 40 Posts

‘Malignant’: Giallo Tinted Horror That Is One Wild Ride

A Fun, Bloody, and Wildly Bizarre Homage To Italian Horror Films That Is An Early Halloween Treat For Genre Fans

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’: Max Harwood Shines; Richard E. Grant Steals The Show

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a beautiful story of a teenager becoming a drag queen. Newcomer Max Harwood shines and Richard E. Grant shines. Now in theaters, it will hit Amazon Prime on September 17.

‘Witches of Blackwood’: An Australian Horror Film Of Spooky Witchcraft

Australian Indie Horror where subtle filmmaking induces real chills from a creepy tale of evil witchcraft and macabre fate

‘White as Snow’: A Devilishly Original Fairytale

White as Snow is an original fairytale featuring Lou de Laâge and Isabelle Huppert. Set in an isolated French Alps community, White as Snow is dark comedy at its finest.

‘Like A Dirty French Novel’: A Surreal And Bizarre Indie Ride

Like a Dirty French Novel is a pandemic-set mystery that takes its audience into a world of surreal dangers and strange sexual connections.

‘The Protégé’: Martin Campbell’s Stylish Thriller Sees Maggie Q Kick Ass

#TheProtege from Martin Campbell is a slick, stylish thriller that sees Maggie Q kicking ass and taking names later. Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson co-star.

‘The Night House’: Rebecca Hall Anchors Intelligent, Moody Horror Thriller

The Night House features a stand out performance from Rebecca Hall as Beth, a recent widow who realizes she does not know who her husband was. Now in theaters.

‘The Lost Leonardo’: International Intrigue, Money and Power Fuel Innovative Doc

The Lost Leonardo imbues greed, using money and power to obfuscate a long-lost Da Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi. The innovative doc asks a lot of questions and feels like a modern heist film.

‘CODA’: A tender film about family and achieving dreams

CODA beautifully expresses its coming-of-age-tale and adresses realities of the hearing impaired navigating life in a hearing world

‘Whelm’: Skylar Lawson’s Debut Is One Of 2021’s Best

Whelm is a dark and captivating Depression-era mood piece that announces a supreme talent in writer/director Sylar Lawson