Mountain

Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed Challenges What We Learned

Troll Inc.

The Test And The Art Of Thinking

1987: When The Time Comes

Soft Matter

Tormenting the Hen

Still/Born

Exclusive Trailer Debut of Indie Thriller Catalyst

Dominion: The Last Star Warrior

Mountain

You could compare Hollywood to an over-priced candy factory. One that dazzles in its splendor, but ultimately produces over-the-top variations of the same chocolate bar. A treat that gets less exciting every time you eat it; until you’ve had too much and have to be sick. The film industry tends to follow a similar business … Continued

Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed Challenges What We Learned

Talon Films is near completion of their assumption challenging documentary Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed about Benedict Arnold and the Northern Campaigns of the American Revolution. Starring Peter O’Meara, from the critically acclaimed Steven Spielberg series Band of Brothers, it tackles one of the most compelling, misunderstood and reviled characters in all of American history—a man whose … Continued

Troll Inc.

I’m pretty sure, I’m not into conspiracy theories, but then again maybe a dark force is making me believe that. Consider the phrase “Intenet Troll.” You either think the hero of free speech exposing the truth or a dangerous force destabilizing society as we know it. George Russell’s documentary Troll Inc. tells the story of … Continued

The Test And The Art Of Thinking

In 2004, The Perfect Score was released to an indifferent audience and scathing reviews. It starred Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson as two of a handful of high school students who scheme to steal the answers to their upcoming SAT. The notion that any test would wield such power, and garner such infamy, that we’d get … Continued

1987: When The Time Comes

Something strange happened to me during my first week in South Korea. As part of the orientation process for my English teaching program, I was touring different landmarks in Busan with some other newbie foreigners. We stopped for lunch at BEXCO, a famous downtown mall, and noticed a commotion outside. It was a demonstration in … Continued

Soft Matter

It seems lately that the 80’s are back, and have become the “go to” decade for current filmmakers to capitalize on. If you look at the popularity and success of shows like Stranger Things, as well as nostalgia movies like Ready Player One or X-men: Apocalypse, it’s pretty obvious that Hollywood isn’t done cashing in. … Continued

Tormenting the Hen

Whenever a young couple decide to visit or move to a rural, isolated area in the first five minutes of a film, it’s usually a harbinger of chainsaws or some other such method of unpleasantness. Tormenting the Hen plays with these expectations in an occasionally tense manner, but ends up being a movie of vague, … Continued

Still/Born

Mary, a new mother, gives birth to twins, but only one of them is alive. While taking care of her living child, Adam, she suspects that something, a supernatural entity, has chosen him and will stop at nothing to take him from her. Scene one, Int. Delivery room, Day. Mary (Christie Burke) is giving birth. … Continued

Exclusive Trailer Debut of Indie Thriller Catalyst

Film Threat is proud to present the exclusive trailer debut for the indie thriller Catalyst, directed by Christopher Folkens and starring Michael Roark, Noel Gugliemi, Patrick Kilpatrick, and David Bianchi. Catalyst tells the tale of seven abducted strangers, who awaken to discover electrical shock collars around their necks. Trapped in a warehouse, they are locked behind … Continued

Dominion: The Last Star Warrior

On the eve of a full-scale invasion by an intergalactic warrior race, an observer named Jaelen (Travis Hammer) from a peaceful and sympathetic star federation searches to find and rescue the human woman he fell in love with. Robert Casey (Barry Lynch), a retired US Intelligence agent turned UFO investigator, races to discover what the … Continued