It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.
Thirst Street may be deficient in the character department but it more than makes up for it with its stylishly vivid visuals.
The Wilde Wedding is host to such a large ensemble that no plot or joke lands, and sadly suffocates the talent of all involved.
Rat Film delves into the history of Baltimore's city planning and the bigotry that has perpetrated on the African-American population.
Despite a winning performance from Lola Kirke, it looks like Fallen's destiny is to be assigned to the scrapheap of YA movie history.
As a coming-of-age tale, Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey is inoffensive, as a reminiscence of the Cold War years, it's inert, as a whole
After Love thrusts you into the middle of a domestic war zone. Thanks to the claustrophobia and heightened tension, there are very few moments
Brave New Jersey is a fictional yet charming look at the aftereffects of Orson Welles' famous War of the Worlds broadcast on a small