Posts Tagged ‘Indie Films’
 
 
 
 
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“Super Dark Times” Does Everything but Stick the Landing

Zach and Josh have been friends their whole life. They watch scrambled porn together while picking out who they’d sleep with in their year books, they practically live at each other’s houses, and they both have a cr...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)

A magician never reveals his secrets. Everyone knows this. If anyone finds out how these illusions are done, it ruins everything magicians have worked for; it brings down the curtain and ruins the surprise.  The same is true fo...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘People, Places, Things’ Is Indie Filmmaking At Its Finest

  In ‘People, Places, Things’, Jemaine Clement plays Will: a graphic novelist, a teacher, a father of two young girls, and a heartbroken guy whose girlfriend (and mother to his children) ends up leaving him for...
 
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Review: “Tex Montana Will Survive!” Didn’t Pack The Punch I Wanted

O. Hannah Films (comprised of Jeremy Gardner, Christian Stella, and Adam Cronheim) released their first film “The Battery” in 2012. Made on a budget of $6,000, the film was a masterpiece in terms of what you can do ...
 
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Review: ‘7 Minutes’ Fails To Entertain

‘7 minutes’ is the directorial debut of Jay Martin – a long time storyboard artist – and while he wants to bring us a bank robbery story that possesses heart, he ultimately gives us a finished product th...
 
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