Ouija Seance: The Final Game

Doubtful

Incident In A Ghostland

Imposter

Ant-Man Spoilers in the Podcast are NOT Small

Night Pulse

Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story

Joy Joy Nails

Faraday Okoro’s Nigerian Prince Finds His Way Home

No Postage Necessary

Ouija Seance: The Final Game

Sarah and her friends decide to spend the weekend at an old villa Sarah mysteriously inherited. After finding an Ouija Board in the attic, Sarah and her friends unknowingly awaken an evil force connected to the villa’s hidden secrets. To fight the unimaginable horror they will have to face their darkest fears and worst nightmares. … Continued

Doubtful

The story depicted in Doubtful, an Israeli social drama written and directed by debutant Eliran Elya, was inspired by real events, which is not a relevant factor for us to overlook its seemingly familiar tones and inevitable conclusions. Tel-Aviv native Assi (Ran Danker – Eyes Wide Open), a director and screenwriter, ‘volunteers’ as a film … Continued

Incident In A Ghostland

Pascal Laugier took the horror world by storm with his cult hit Martyrs. A brutal movie that seemingly takes joy in its protagonists’ suffering. But, it is also immaculately crafted, with stunning cinematography, committed and intense performances from the two leading ladies, and a finale that takes a hard turn left and does not care … Continued

Imposter

With its stark, blunt title, Imposter might be an attempt at a clenched-teeth, psychological drama. But instead, it’s a rather unfocused, undisciplined art film that wants to make a deep statement about something or other. We meet a group of people on a bus, a businessman, an artist, a soldier, and others. Each is accompanied … Continued

Ant-Man Spoilers in the Podcast are NOT Small

SPOILERS! Paul Rudd returns as Scott Lang, criminal on the run, master thief and the Ant-Man. In Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, Scott gets some back up from Hope Pym (Evangeline Lilly) aka the Wasp, to solve the baffling mystery of, well, you’ll just have to hear. Lost moms, the quantum realm, Goliath, Stan Lee … Continued

Night Pulse

At the birth of the ‘90s, Hollywood capitalized on yuppie fear with a wave of films depicting young urban professionals preyed upon by nefarious strangers. Single White Female, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Pacific Heights and Bad Influence, among others, added a touch of horror to thirtysomething’s melodrama, creating an uptight, WASP-y version of … Continued

Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story

Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story tells the story of the Pensacola Jaycees All-Stars, the first entirely African-American team of its kind in Florida. As the 1955 little league season is ramping up, the other, completely white teams did not want to play them. These teams attempted to maneuver around the Jaycees by having … Continued

Joy Joy Nails

It is rare that a film is so well-executed, that even multiple language barriers with no subtitles don’t stand in the way of the clear conveyance of the narrative. With a cast ranging from Korean, Chinese, and American players, a simple nail salon becomes a brewing pot of contrasting cultures and micro-dramas worthy of a … Continued

Faraday Okoro’s Nigerian Prince Finds His Way Home

Writer/director Faraday Okoro’s feature debut, Nigerian Prince is about a Nigerian-American teenager who is sent to Nigeria against his will and joins forces with an internet scammer in order to return to the United States. The film premiered April 2018 at the Tribeca Film Festival.  It stars breakout newcomers, Chinaza Uche and Antonio Bell and was shot … Continued

No Postage Necessary

A rogue black-hat hacker has stolen bitcoin and accidentally left behind the signature digital watermark of his friend and previous partner in crime, Sam (George Blagden). This crime kicks off Jeremy Culver’s genre-confused film No Postage Necessary. It’s bad news for Sam, who’s on parole after a stint in prison for hacking. When the FBI … Continued