Indie Film Reviews
With a star-studded cast including Christian Slater, Alicia Silverstone, Molly Ringwald, and James Franco, KING COBRA has the potential to be an engaging ripped-from-the-headlines drama about fresh-eyed gay porn star-in-the-making Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan (Garrett Clayton), and his relationship with his producer Stephen (the King Cobra, played by Christian Slater). Suggestive, but not […]
THE HOLLOW is the new murder mystery drama written, produced, and directed by Miles Doleac. This two hour long feature brings together some great talent, an intriguing story about small town corruption, and characters with issues. Watching THE HOLLOW is like watching a police investigation procedural happening in real-time with regards to the film’s pacing. The […]
The UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS is about Andrew (Jamie Scott Gordon), a homeless veteran whose time in Afghanistan has left him with PTSD as well as a phobia of crows and ravens. His therapist, Angela (Amanda Gilliand), arranges for him to have the use of a remote cabin in the Scottish Highlands for a month. She […]
Chris Foggin‘s KIDS IN LOVE feels right at home in any time period and isn’t rooted in the gen x or millennial hang ups that typical American films tend to go for. KIDS IN LOVE explores the “what now” part of life in the UK when young adults are forced to examine themselves and ask the […]
NEWTOWN director Kim A. Snyder captures the mourning of an entire town rocked by violence in her latest documentary. Highlighting a handful of families directly affected by the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy, NEWTOWN is a personal look into how they have each dealt with the sudden loss of their children, and how thay have come […]
BEYOND is a fun short film directed by Jeremy Haccoun about a family trip gone awry when a rockslide traps a family of three inside their car out in the desert. It’s a simple enough set up for this roughly 10 minute ride. Haccoun does a great job of taking a simple concept and executing it […]
The Orphan Killer is a tour de force murder flick that defies classification. It goes far beyond current trends in gore and breaks open a new suffering genre of horror. Marcus Miller is a serial murderer hellbent on teaching his estranged sister Audrey what it means to have family loyalty. His lessons are taught in massive doses of vulgar and unimaginable pain. Throughout her brutal torture we learn that Marcus is not the only Miller with Killer in the bloodline as Audrey proves to be a formidable adversary.