Director Bomani J. Story
Bomani J. Story makes his directorial debut with a reimagining of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, "The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster", a classic literary horror story filmed through a modern lens.
Rodrigo Cortes’ LOVE GETS A ROOM
LOVE GETS A ROOM follows Stefcia and her fellow Jewish theatre actors as they fight to keep their passion for performing alive.
I Am DB Cooper
I AM DB COOPER is directed by TJ Regan, and co-written by Regan and Sharmila Sahni. Two bounty hunter brothers encounter an ailing old man named Rodney Bonnifield while coordinating his bail after a violent encounter on a dairy farm involving a machete.
BEYOND THE NEON
Based on true accounts, a Las Vegas escort is recognized by her sister in a viral social experiment video. IN LIMITED U.S. THEATERS Friday, October 14, 2022
The Gray Man–Movie Review
Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, Regé-Jean Page, Jessica Henwick and the rest of the cast fit the bill of this beautifully fast-paced espionage thriller.
Writer/director/producer Jordan Peele is at the top of his game as he has us laugh, deliver the chills, and root for the characters that are so appealing and real for us. His is truly a tale of the unexpected with some jaw dropping moments.
Thor: Love and Thunder
Marvel has explored another human truth with Thor: Love and Thunder – the idea of choosing love. And it comes in many complicated forms...
Elvis — Movie Review
But, when it’s all said and done, it is Butler’s performance as Elvis that captures our heart and makes it skip a beat as well, which makes the whole experience well worth it.
R.I.P. James Caan
James Caan, a monumental talent and a one-of-a-kind actor whose presence will be missed in film and TV, but will never be forgotten with the library of films he has lent his talents to.
The Innocents–Movie Review
The Innocents toys with our emotions and packs a helluva wallop that will leave a bad taste for some. Others will consider Vogt’s film a modern day classic thriller...