Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘Satan & Adam’

Review by James Lindorf Visual effects editor turned documentarian V. Scott Balcerek weaved decades of footage, photos and interviews together to create Satan & Adam, a fantastically endearing feature about life and the power of music. Satan & Adam made its world premiere at ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘We Are Columbine’

Greetings again from the darkness. A great many things changed on April 20, 1999. The “Columbine Massacre”, a school shooting (and pipe bombs) that resulted in many deaths and injuries, and subsequent copycats, was broadcast live on television for the world to witness. Laura ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Blood Craft’

Review by Jay Bowman What happens when a sex worker reunites with her long lost sister following the death of their abusive father? Why, they harness the dark arts to revive him and enact their revenge, of course! Grace (Madeleine Wade) and Serena (Augie ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Crypto’

Review By: Wesley Collins A critical factor to the greatness of a film for myself is appropriateness and its accuracy with respect to the current socioeconomic and geopolitical spectrum in our world. Crypto is an undeniable hit and it’s incredibly fitting for today’s audience. ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Billboard’

Review by James Lindorf Billboard is the new independent film from writer and director Zeke Zelker (InSearchOf) who also executive produced the movie with his wife, Elaine. iDreamMachine will release the film, starring John Robinson, Heather Matarazzo, Leo Fitzpatrick, Alice Wills and Eric Roberts, ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Wind’

Review by James Linforf First-time feature director Emma Tammi partnered with first-time feature writer Teresa Sutherland to create The Wind. Premiering at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, The Wind explores an unseen evil that haunts a remote stretch of the American frontier in ...Read More