Film Threat First Look: First Man

Liyana

Who We Are Now

Crazy Red Band Trailer for Eminem’s Bodied

The Most Destructive House Parties on Film

By Blood

Film Threat Invades New York Comic Con

42 Seconds Of Happiness

In Transit

Until They’re Gone

Film Threat First Look: First Man

Humans setting foot on the moon may be the most widely known story in human history. Yet most people don’t know many of the details, or much about the first person to do this, Neil Armstrong.  That’s partly because Armstrong was such a reserved guy. But more than that he tried to stay out of … Continued

Liyana

Metaphor can be a handy tool for exploring complex themes, particularly for children. They can learn to work through their feelings with figurative symbols softening the blow of literal calamity. It works for adults, too, as in Liyana, where a crowdfunded, multimedia documentary about the country with the highest HIV rate in the world is … Continued

Who We Are Now

In Matthew Newton’s drama film, Who We Are Now, we learn about the horrible circumstances in the life of Beth (Julianne Nicholson – I Tonya), who struggles with social reintegration after ten years spent in jail. Although rehabilitated from drug addiction, the weight of a tumultuous past marked by manslaughter impedes her to get the … Continued

Crazy Red Band Trailer for Eminem’s Bodied

Bodied was produced by music icon artist Eminem and the official red band trailer is here. Legendary music video director Joseph Kahn directed the film which will be in theaters on November 2nd and available on YouTube premium on November 28th. It’s a rap battle! Here’s the synopsis: Bodied is the satirical story of Adam … Continued

By Blood

Mort-Lieu (Pascal Gregory) has ruled his lands for several years. Most of his kingdom was conquered by use of force. Now, this aged warlord is dying and feels the weight of his legacy in full. A stranger (François-David Cardonnel) clad in heavy armor, upon a massive steed, takes a position up top the hill closest … Continued

Film Threat Invades New York Comic Con

As the space between movies, comics and video games grow smaller, the way they are presented to the public overlaps. Still, New York Comic Con remains focused on what has made it the single largest annual convention to grace the East Coast. Show up on any of its four days and you’ll find yourself crammed … Continued

42 Seconds Of Happiness

A same-sex marriage reunites some friends and family. Things begin to get awkward when the wine starts flowing and exes are reunited. What happens after is something very unpredictable and is definitely something they will talk about for the next wedding. For most of 42 Seconds of Happiness, we get introduced to friends and family … Continued

In Transit

When was the last time you and a random stranger confided your deepest secrets in each other while breaking bread in the later hours of the evening? It may happen to some in real life, but more often it’s a scenario custom-tailored for the movies, and it happens to be the basic setup for In … Continued

Until They’re Gone

In Christopher Lockett’s engrossing documentary Until They’re Gone the impact of the Vietnam War on Cambodia is surfaced and revisited in the horrific details of leftover bombs and landmines. The U.S. used intense bombing and landmines to shut down the Ho Chi Minh trail, which ran through Laos and Cambodia, and which the North Vietnamese army used … Continued