The Weight of Success

Nazi Doomsday Device

Becoming Iconic with Jonathan Baker

Becoming Iconic

Bullitt County

Intensive Care

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

Krieg

The Panama Papers

The Nobodies

The Weight of Success

Controversy, controversy, controversy! The Weight of Success takes a look at controversial life coach and entrepreneur, Dr. Angela Lauria. The documentary goes inside the life of Dr. Lauria from childhood to becoming a successful life coach. The controversy comes from psychologists that see life coaching as a scam. The film begins with a vulnerable scene … Continued

Nazi Doomsday Device

I don’t know about y’all, but I love the hell out of Fred Williamson. Star of seemingly countless action and blaxploitation movies, while also appearing in critically acclaimed films such as Robert Altman’s M.A.S.H, Fred Williamson has been acting in films since 1970. While we could spend all day debating the quality and relevance of … Continued

Becoming Iconic with Jonathan Baker

Jodie Foster, Nicolas Cage, Taylor Hackford, Adrian Lyne, John Badham, Michael Bay, Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty… these iconic figures began their careers just like everyone else, as first-time filmmakers. Director Jonathan Baker seeks advice from these iconic filmmakers about the first time they sat in the director’s chair in a documentary about his own journey. … Continued

Becoming Iconic

If you want to be the best, talk to the best. OK, that’s not going on a fortune cookie any time soon. Conventional wisdom says that if you want to climb to the top of any field, follow the footsteps of those who walked before you. For first time director Jonathan Baker, he did just … Continued

Bullitt County

When it comes to tearing friendships apart, nothing is quite so reliable as buried treasure. Being stranded on an island with rapidly declining resources is a close second. Bullitt County, written and directed by David McCracken, tackles the former scenario in a backwoods, post-Vietnam sort of way, which, in theory, should add some texture to … Continued

Intensive Care

Appearances aren’t always as they seem and in Jared Bentley’s Intensive Care, it’s also true that danger comes in small packages. Covert Ops Specialist Alex (Tara Macken) is retiring after a PTSD-inducing incident in the Philippines. But that’s OK, she “gave more pain” than she got. Alex has now chosen the quiet life as an … Continued

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

At a time when most movies are begging on their hands and knees for your adoration, Henry Dunham’s The Standoff at Sparrow Creek takes on the qualities of a wallflower. It doesn’t come to you, and it doesn’t really care if you come to it. There is no emotional manipulation, and there are no ideological hand-outs. You almost feel like … Continued

Krieg

World War II is always a good field for mortality play, throwing enemies combatants into a situation where their lives reside in each other’s hands. Jeff Fry makes his directorial debut exploring remorse in the final days of the Third Reich – examining the combined ethics between the soldiers of both Axis and Allied powers. … Continued

The Panama Papers

On April 3rd, 2016, the worlds of politics and finance were rocked with the shocking release of 11.5 million documents leaked by an anonymous source connected to Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, known as The Panama Papers. The millions of documents leaked by John Doe indicted several international public figures, including former British Prime Minister David … Continued

The Nobodies

From the early ’80s to the mid-2000s, a wave of extremely low-budget horror films permeated the VHS market and cropped up in independent video rental stores across the country. These films were shot on videotape, featured copious amounts of brutality and gore. They ranged from completely inept and unwatchable to engaging and entertaining. Directors like … Continued