1 hr. 36 min.
 
 

“Uncle Howard” Is A Heartbreaking and Courageous Documentary

Howard Brookner was one of the most talented directors and interesting people that you have never heard of. A film director whose student film in college was a documentary on William Burroughs in which he followed the prolific ...
 
9.0

Review: “American Fable”

  The farming crisis of the 80s was devastating for many Midwestern families. losing their livelihoods, and in some cases committing suicide, farmers across America were suffering and their families were as well. In writer...
 
7.8

Throwback Thursday: “The Indian In the Cupboard” (1995)

There are movies that, no matter how strong of an argument you have, I will never admit are actually terrible. Why? Because I watched them as an impressionable kid and they hold a special place in my heart. When I saw a list th...
 
4.8

Review: “Nerve” Starts Out With Good Intentions; Loses Its Way Quickly

Based on the novel by Jeanne Ryan, “Nerve” centers on a young woman, Vee (Emma Roberts), who’s tired of her best friend Sydney (Emily Meade) getting more attention than her while she kind of hangs out in the b...
 
5.3

31 Days of Horror: “Event Horizon” (1997)

  Growing up, my two favorite movie genres were horror and science-fiction, and I am happy to report that this has not changed. Producing a motion picture that can effectively combine the best of both worlds can be a trick...
 
7.0

Review: “Goat” Felt Incomplete; Didn’t go As Far As I Thought It Would

Brad and Brett (Ben Schnetzer and Nick Jonas) are brothers that both attend the same college. When Brad rushes the fraternity that Brett is already a part of is when their loyalty to each other is tested yet never strained. ...
 
5.5