Do Not Reply

https://www.youtube.com/embed/lryUrXubK74 In this being the digital age we have everything at our fingertips: face to face conversations from across the globe, items that can purchased instantly, immediate home surveillance and it even helps us in the dating world. The problem with technology is people get too comfortable with this ease of access; we now get … Continue reading Do Not Reply

Foster Boy

https://www.youtube.com/embed/6OnCEpwB0vM We live in a country where the belief is that our leaders have our best intentions in mind… sadly that is far from the truth. Budget cuts and political restraints are constant hurdles we face for any real changes to be made. Unfortunately, in the midst of numbers and useless rhetoric the most important … Continue reading Foster Boy

The Rental

Being a fan of cinema I still get excited when new projects come around especially when someone recognizable decides to try something new. I always find it interesting when actors decide to step behind the camera and direct a film of their own. If there is one thing you take away from working different projects … Continue reading The Rental

Blood and Money

With everyone scrolling through their lists of streaming media it is comforting to know new content is still being released. In the case for those seeking more thrilling content with solid acting then I would point them towards Blood and Money starring Tom Berenger (Major League, Platoon, The Substitute). The film is from first time … Continue reading Blood and Money

Clover

The newest film by writer/director duo Michael Testone and Jon Abrahams, Clover, has arrived on streaming/VOD platforms. It follows two Irish brothers, Mickey played by Abrahams (Scary Movie) and Jackie played by Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) as they try to outwit the Italian Mob led by Tony played by Chazz Palminteri (A … Continue reading Clover

Cold Blood

There can be times leading up to a film’s release that make it feel it will hit on all cylinders and can do no wrong. Unfortunately that is also the trickery behind a films advertising; to showcase all the highlights to lure the audiences in. The trailer for writer and first time feature director Frédéric … Continue reading Cold Blood

Silencer

Action films are a mainstay in the film world and there are countless films out there that pack a solid punch. The problem with such a favorable genre is the dilution of films that simply do not meet the bar. Films found in the dollar bin or the checkout at the supermarket are likely to … Continue reading Silencer

The Chamber

In his feature film directorial debut Ben Parker highlights his skills as a powerful story teller. The Chamber which Parker also wrote is set in a small submarine which is overtaken by the US government to conduct a secret mission. Parker surrounded himself with a good cast headlined by Swedish actor Johannes Bah Kuhnke as … Continue reading The Chamber

The Awakening (2012)

Who doesn’t like a good scare once and a while? If done right it can send shivers up your spine and have your arms covered in goose bumps; leaving you with the sensation of just getting off a great rollercoaster. First time director Nick Murphy brings us The Awakening starring Rebecca Hall (The Town, Vicky … Continue reading The Awakening (2012)

Wetlands

We tend to watch films to escape into a world that has been crafted for our enjoyment. Simply because films are categorized as entertainment does not solidify them into a state of pleasure. They are able to create images that tell stories of pain, consequences and regret. They are not the brightest nor are they … Continue reading Wetlands