Category: Film Reviews

47 METERS DOWN Film Review

Director: Johannes Roberts (THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR, STORAGE 24) Writers: Johannes Roberts, Ernest Riera (THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR). Director of Photography: Mark Silk (Underwater director of photography for CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, TABOO TV Series.) 89 Minutes Two…

IT COMES AT NIGHT Opens Tomorrow, June 9, in New York City

loading classifieds…     IT COMES AT NIGHT takes the apocalyptic end-of-the-world genre to a level where no filmmaker in recent memory has yet to reach. A virus of unknown origins is decimating the world. But there’s terror more frightening…

Netflix’s WAR MACHINE Review

  loading classifieds…     So, it’s * instead of the ***** I was anticipating several weeks ago after notification of the made-for-Netflix film’s impending release that I first mistook as a war movie in the vein of FURY then…

SUPER DARK TIMES Film Review, Tribeca Film Festival 2017

  Director: Kevin Phillips Writers: Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski Starring: Owen Campbell, Charlie Tahan, Elizabeth Cappuccino, Max Talisman, Sawyer Barth, Amy Hargreaves Early in the movie, a scene of a dying deer that inexplicably crashed into a school in…

Brad Pitt’s WAR MACHINE Coming to Netflix

By Avid Maldonado As this preview was in the works, President Donald Trump ordered an armada to the shores of North Korea and even though it was eventually broadcast around the world that the fleet was seen sailing in the…

THE DEVIL’S CANDY Film Review

Go See This Movie – Great Lines – Superb acting from top to bottom – Cinematography not to be missed – Right-on heavy metal music with a laconic, minimalistic but awesome non-melodic thump, thump, thump that exacerbates the dread and…

BURNING SANDS Movie Review

Directed by Gerard McMurray (known for his 2013 standout, FRUITVALE STATION) Written by Christine Berg & Gerard McMurray Starring: Trevor Jackson, Alfre Woodard, Trevante Rhodes, Steve Harris, Octavious J. Johnson, Nafessa Williams, DeRon Horton, Malik Bazille, Tosin Cole Runtime: 105…

MY NAME IS EMILY Film Review

By Avid Maldonado, February 13, 2017 The eponymous MY NAME IS EMILY opens up with Emily in a bathtub, saying, “Life happens quickly” and that people hope that once they wake up (assuming that they will) they can resolve their…

VINCE GIORDANO – THERE’S A FUTURE IN THE PAST

By Gregg Morris Directed by award winning filmmakers Dave Davidson and Amber Edwards, and starring vintage jazz big band leader Vince Giordano, this filmic beaut swings, hitting gorgeous high notes for all of its 90 minutes. It opens this Friday,…