Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘They Call Me Dr. Miami’

Initially set to have its world premiere at the Miami International Film Festival, “They Call Me Dr. Miami,” the latest film from Cargo Film & Releasing and Director Jean-Simon Chartier ( Playing Hard). Dr. Michael Salzhauer a.k.a. Dr. Miami is the most famous plastic ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘James vs His Future Self’

Review by James Lindorf Director Jeremy Lelonde and his co-writer/star Jonas Chernick won several awards at the genre festival Toronto After Dark with their quirky Rom-Com with a time travel spin “James vs His Future Self.” James (Jonas Chernick) is uptight, a bit self-obsessed, ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Sound Of The Wind’

Greetings again from the darkness. It’s the first feature film from Jared Douglas, and as with most dedicated independent filmmakers, he wears many hats in this production: writer-director-producer-editor. Mr. Douglas certainly didn’t take the easy route or shy away from difficult material. Instead, he ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Red Rover’

Review by Lisa Payne This is a story about Damon. Damon (Kristian Bruun) is a geologist living a very passive life. Damon’s boss walks all over him. He lives in the basement of the house he owns with his ex-girlfriend, Maya (Anna Hopkins), who ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Incoherents’

Greetings again from the darkness. If you have yet to experience a mid-life crisis, it only means you haven’t lived long enough. Of course, this ‘crisis’ often has little to do with age, and can seep into your marrow at any time … even ...Read More

Movie Short Review: ‘Gets Good Light’

Review by James Lindorf The first thing anyone may notice about “Gets Good Light” is the stellar cast which includes; Jessica Pimental (Orange Is The New Black), Catherine Curtin (Orange Is The New Black), Cedric Leiba Jr. (High Maintenance) and Edmond Cofie (Thoughts of ...Read More

Movie Short Review: ‘Nightfire’

Review by Lisa Payne Agents Carter (Lorenzo Pisoni) and Ross (George Hadley) are on a special forces mission for the US government. Agent Carter runs into a political prisoner, Olivetti (Dylan Baker) as he is about to plant a bomb. Agent Ross says just ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Unborn’

Review by Lisa Payne Pregnant security guard, Tiffany (Manni L. Perez), along with her colleague, Joey (Chris Bellant) have to conduct one final check to ensure an abandoned factory is empty and ready for demolition. Whilst patrolling, Joey finds some unusual things leading him ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Bull’

Greetings again from the darkness. A film focusing on an unlikely intersecting of cross-generational dead-end lives in a mostly ignored poverty-stricken area on the outskirts of Houston may not seem like much of a pick-me-up during these challenging times. And while it’s not a ...Read More