By Katy Daly BEAUTY AND RUIN is a great documentary for anyone who holds any opinion of art– which, let’s be honest…literally everyone has some sort of opinion on art. As an Art Historian myself,… Read More
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By Matt Dy “They say the key to success is to look into the future and visualize what you want to become.” This is the mantra of our heroine, Irene (the wonderful newcomer Michelle McLeod),… Read More
By Gabbi Lindgren After putting her needs aside for 24 years as a stay-at-home mom and wife, Emma, finds out that her husband has been cheating and now wants a divorce. Motivated by his slight… Read More
By Jamal Knox Who really knows the proper way to mourn? And how do you mourn people you barely even knew? When two estranged siblings come together to settle the affairs of their doctor parents,… Read More
By Rob Gonzales As a testament to how fantastically paced and structured “The Landing” is, let me just say that I kept forgetting I was watching a “documentary.” The depth and breadth of interviews coupled… Read More
By Allison Kindred A film about a phone sex operator?!?! This has to be good! And a phone sex operator that meets a writer? Even better! The opening scene of the film made my sides… Read More
Electric Nostalgia Imagine being brought back from the dead in a body that isn’t yours. You feel like yourself, however you wake up from these chilling unfamiliar dreams. You start to lose your grip on… Read More
Diani and Devine meet the Apocalypse In today’s high-tech lifestyle, we often get dependent with the way we communicate and in no way would be prepared for the end of civilization. But while on the search… Read More