Suspiria | Movie Review

Last year I saw the film Call Me by Your Name. It’s a small indie film about...

“ROSEWATER” Movie Review

Jon Stewart took time off from his work on The Daily Show to tackle a project he was passionate about.  It's pretty ambitious to...

Nobility Gives Sci-Fi a New Spin on Fan Loyalty and Independent Filmmaking

Lovers of Science Fiction will have something new to cheer for in the Hollywood scene. Starting March 29, Cowboy Errant Pictures will begin its...

The Sisters Brothers | Movie Review

There is something very satisfying about a good western.  If done right it can strip away all...

THE NEON DEMON | Movie Review

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  Beauty is only skin deep.  True beauty lies within.  These statements seem simple and straightforward, but...

“The Hornet’s Nest” Movie Review

Jumping right into Kunar Province, we open on a group of soldiers traversing the mountains of Afghanistan. Mike Boettcher, a journalist with 34 years on...
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TRIPLE 9 | Movie Review

A heist movie has a lot of things going for it.  It has an interesting team of experts, a plan so meticulous that it...

Colossal | Movie Review

The world is full of pain and heartache.  The choices we make to process these emotions and situations could be our downfall or our...

5B | Movie Review

5B is a documentary about the early days of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco. It covers a period from 1983 to 2003, when ward 5B in the San Francisco General Hospital was one of the first medical facilities dedicated to AIDS. The film features interviews with various hospital staff, AIDS survivors, and relatives of people who contracted the disease.

The Old Man and the Gun | Movie Review

Even though Robert Redford has been acting for nearly sixty years, it’s only recently that I’ve appreciated...