Author: Greggory W Morris

CHAINED FOR LIFE Movie Review, 10th Annual BAM Cinema Fest

A brilliant, acerbic depiction of “gonzo surrealism” about an “outré art-horror” movie being shot in a semi-abandoned hospital – that was the publicity hook for this reviewer who was subsequently swept up in the reverie of a Brooklyn filmmaking auteur’s stylistic Super 16mm movie flushed with scenes surreal or with the verisimilitude of a reality TV show.

New York Asian American Film Festival 2018, June 29 – July 15

A critically acclaimed film festival programmed and operated by Subway Cinema. Featuring contemporary premieres and classic titles from Eastern Asia and Southeast Asia (particularly Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, China, and Thailand), though South Asian cinema has also been represented via films from India and Pakistan.[1][2] Genres featured in the film festival includes Horror film, Gangster/Crime, Martial Arts, and Action.

2018 Human Rights Film Festival, June 14 – 21

In a year when women collectively raised their voices against discrimination and abuse, Human Rights Watch will present films offering incisive perspectives and critical insights on human rights issues impacting people around the world. Twelve of the 15 films are directed or co-directed by women.

Filmmakers of two of the best films at the May 8 screenings of the festival: SELL YOUR BODY, directed by Jaanelle Yee and NORMAN PINSKI COME HOME, directed by Aaron Rudelson.


A lightning bolt cuts short the life of a Jewish plumber’s son, Norman Pinski, played by Mark Gessner. But … Dr. Vanderwal, a celebrated local baldness doctor, played by Lee Tergesen is secretly a modern day Dr. Frankenstein.