WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS could have benefited from focusing on the relationships at play as well as actually attempting to create some type of friction throughout the film.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“Like the keystrokes of an electronic musician filled with self-importance and naivety, WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS is a track sampled from so many other artists it ends up being a complete tonal misfire.” – Sam Cohen, Under the Gun Review


downloadNO ESCAPE

“There’s something begrudgingly spectacular about the film’s commitment to nastiness. It’s mean, ugly button-pushing all-around – not even bothering to invent a fictional country nor to give any reason for the coup.” – Sean Burns, Spliced Personality

“In the end, NO ESCAPE fails because the people behind it don’t know how to make a film that can captivate an audience.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“American Nuclear Family Exceptionalism is the fantasy on offer here, and everything else — thin plotting and cardboard characters included — function only in support of that wishful thinking.” – Kilian Melloy, Edge Boston


diggingforfire-still2-kentosborne-samrockwell-jakejohnson-mikebirbiglia-stevebergDIGGING FOR FIRE

“…DIGGING FOR FIRE is so vapid I can only feel pity for the people who find it interesting.” – David Riedel, Santa Fe Reporter

“…the beats here aren’t written, they’re riffed.” – Jake Mulligan, Dig Boston

“DIGGING FOR FIRE is the kind of film where nobody learns anything, and where that lack of learning is supposed to feel conclusive.” – Andy Crump, Movie Mezzanine



“The film focuses on the dramatic content of everyday situations…” – Kilian Melloy, Edge Boston

“LEARNING TO DRIVE fails to realize what the more meaningful story is within the film.” – Deirdre Crimmins, Cinematic Essential


z-for-zachariahZ FOR ZACHARIAH

“This is the sort of fiction that makes you look at real life through a slightly different filter: One that shows the beast lurking just under civility’s placid surface.” – Kilian Melloy, Edge Boston






Jaskee Hickman reviews the Wednesday new-release NO ESCAPE

Monica Castillo talks family, tradition and hair in Seventeen.

Kilian Melloy presents THE WOODSMEN

Bob Chipman talks Game Piracy, ranks movie monsters on CinemaSpection and digs deep into the original NATIONAL LAMPOON’S VACATION

Andy Crump interviews Dominic Monaghan and Molly Moon and reviews QUEEN OF EARTH

Sean Burns reviews THE MEND

David Riedel catches up on THE TRIBE

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks AMERICAN ULTRA, THE GIFT and CALL ME LUCKY

Joyce Kulhawik reviews new stage productions of WAITRESS and KINKY BOOTS