Articles Posted in the Reviews Category

  • “Back Fork” Review

    Writer/Director Josh Stewart’s new film Back Fork is a harrowing look at the current opioid epidemic in the States. It is both raw and unflinching as it grabs a hold of you and shoves you down into the rabbit hole of addiction. There it leaves you to free fall until you eventually hit rock bottom. […]

  • “Tread” Review

    Director Paul Solet’s new film Tread documents the unbelievable true story of welder Marvin Heemeyer’s rampage in the small Colorado town of Granby. Through actual footage, re-enactments, Marvin’s taped confession and interviews with Granby locals we learn the whole story for the very first time. Once we see what led up to the events of […]

  • Bullet Head – Review

    Writer/Director Paul Solet (Grace, Mars, Tales of Halloween) pens an unique love letter to dogs in his latest feature Bullet Head. A thrilling ride from start to finish Bullet Head drags the audience down into the underbelly of crime then rolls us around in the muck and grime. Paul has an incredible talent for breaking […]

  • Spaceman – Review

      Spaceman is loosely based on the story of Major League Baseball pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman” Lee. If you love baseball, and are a fan of Bill, then this is the film for you. The first half of the film shows Bill’s quick spiral down and falling out of the league. Surrounded by a green fog Bill […]

  • Edge of Winter – Review

    Writer/Director Rob Connolly’s feature directorial debut Edge of Winter is a thrilling view into human nature when tested by extreme situations. Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) plays Elliot Baker a down on his luck man whose only joy in life is his two estranged sons. When Elliot’s ex-wife drops the boys off for a rare visit […]

  • Nightmare Code : A Thought-provoking Suspenseful Sci-Fi Thriller

    Nightmare Code is a thought-provoking suspenseful sci-fi thriller film with a fantastic live, realistic viewpoint and tie-in to our modern computer era. Starting with a terrible event, the film turns into a slow burn which is essential to the view of a coder’s life. Stick with it, just as you get settled in, you’ll slowly […]

  • Five Opinions on Revolutionary War Based Films and TV Series

    1776 A wonderful and entertaining film about the birth of our country, 1776 is a film adaption of a stage musical. With entertaining and meaningful songs, the film focuses on the Continental Congress and the writing of the Declaration of Independence. With many comedic moments as well as an important story, this is a great […]

  • The Hunted – Review

    Josh Stewart in his writing and directorial debut The Hunted comes out swinging. Hard. (And, yes that boxing pun is intentional). He throws you deep into the woods and then turns off the flashlight. Fear comes at you from all directions. There is no place to hide. I grew up in the South and spent […]

  • Hamlet – Review

    Bruce Ramsay’s adaptation and directorial debut Hamlet (in which Bruce also stars as Hamlet) premiered in Canada back in 2011. It was received quite well nabbing eight Leo nominations, and won Best Costume Design for the lovely creations that assist in establishing Hamlet’s world set in the 40s. Last year Hamlet made its way Stateside to […]

  • Hunt vs Lauda: Documentary

    Hunt v Lauda F1’s Greatest Racing Rivals is an account of the exciting 1976 Grand Prix season about the battle between the Ferrari and McLaren Race teams. The story is told with some firsthand accounts from Ferrari’s Daniele Audetto and others about the British born James Hunt and Austrian born Niki Lauda in the season’s […]