BEWARE THE GONZO

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010)

THE BOOTLEG FILES: VINNI-PUKH

FLEURE BLEU (THE APPRENTICE)

2010 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

2010 SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP

SEAN CHRISTENSEN’S “SHAVE”

ZONAD

RUSH: BEYOND THE LIGHTED STAGE

FOOTPRINTS

BEWARE THE GONZO

2010 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL SELECTION! Without further ado, let’s welcome “Beware The Gonzo” to this fun category when it comes to marrying the terse world of journalism to the equally unstable idea of raging hormones and social pecking order…

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010)

It almost feels like a fan film, or, at best, a Sy-Fy Original Movie. Haley, talented as he is, just can’t nail the role. No one can, because it already belongs to Englund…

THE BOOTLEG FILES: VINNI-PUKH

Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of classic and kooky flicks that can be found only on bootlegged videos and DVD. This week, Phil visits Moscow’s alternative to the Hundred Acre Wood…

FLEURE BLEU (THE APPRENTICE)

Yeah, you get to view her breasts (and a few others’, too), but Sarandon fans like to watch her act…

SEAN CHRISTENSEN’S “SHAVE”

Christensen’s short film, “Shave,” is a brilliant, experimental documentary drama. It is a joyous yet disturbing autobiographical disconnect of a toddler’s violent clash with the adult world…

ZONAD

2010 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL SELECTION! “Zonad” has a place if you’re a fan of sci-fi b-films and sneaking a few pints of black beer into a theater with you. But don’t bother trying to convert anyone to your kitsch clause with this, because they’ll just come for the beer and piss on the screen within a half hour…

RUSH: BEYOND THE LIGHTED STAGE

2010 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL SELECTION! If ushering in a new decade means foregoing the “Behind The Music” cliché that VH1 made popular in lieu of nerdier, more music-based films handled by Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn, then thank goodness…

FOOTPRINTS

Billing itself as a Fairy Tale, “Footprints” is just that: something whimsical and innocent, and therefore not wholly believable…