I MELT WITH YOU will be available on Magnolia On-Demand November 4 followed by its theatrical release on December 9th

    Richard (Thomas Jane), Ron (Jeremy Piven), Jonathan (Rob Lowe) and Tim (Christian McKay) are old college friends that gather annually for a week in Big Sur to celebrate their friendship and catch-up on each other’s lives. They seem like typical men in their forties – all with careers, families, and enormous responsibilities – […]

Film Review: We Are the Sea

Indie Film Review – We Are the Sea Director:  Neil Truglio This is a good film…actually good is an understatement.  Director (Neil Truglio) did some things with this film that had me on the edge of my seat and drove me crazy (in a good way). We Are The Sea is about an emotionally absent […]

DVD Review: The Sacrifice

Review By:  Boo Allen Kino International re-issues and gives a Blu-ray debut to this haunting enigma from internationally renowned Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky. Like all of his films, this one, his last before dying of cancer in 1986, challenges viewers, dealing in metaphysical questions that require diffuse conversations often resulting in long, lingering shots (his […]

Film Review: Hesher

HESHER Film Review By: Gordon K. Smith The Natalie Portman movie of the month is Hesher, an abrasive if ultimately affecting comedy-drama which she also co-produced (one of 22 — you read that right — 22 co-producers, which tells you something about the state of modern indie film production).  It also seems to run the checklist […]

Film Review: Red, White & Blue directed by Simon Rumley

Red White & Blue Writer/Director: Simon Rumley Sigh…yes another positive review.  Red White & Blue directed by Simon Rumley of The Living and the Dead fame has come with yet another satisfying romp into the realm of intenseness. The story here is about a young fast-tale gal who loves em and leaves em. Along comes her new, creepy […]

Film Review: Dogtooth directed by Giorgos Lanthimos

Dogtooth Writer/Director:  Giorgos Lanthimos Some people are just crazy.  They in turn spread their craziness to their children by raising them crazy.  In Lanthimos’s Dogtooth, a father decides to raise his children as prisoners in their own home.  He feeds the propagandist information and shapes their minds to his ends through their seclusion. ..(much like some people in Texas […]