A troubled young woman named Abby (Tuppence Middleton) returns to her hometown of Niagara Falls, where the memory of a long-ago kidnapping quickly ensnares her.
Albert Shin's latest feature film Disappearance at Clifton Hill starts off with a bang. A creepy opening lets us in on an unnerving scene. A young child is
What a struggle it has been to get The Invisible Man back onto the big screen. Not only was the last Invisible Man film Paul Verhoeven’s shockingly underwhelming Hollowman, but the character has been attached to at least two Universal Pictures failed cinematic universes. There was the atrocious I Frankenstein,
Marcel Duchamp: The art of the possible is an illuminative account of the origin and legacy of the “Father of conceptualism” Marcel Duchamp. An inspiration to an enormous variety of artists, it wouldn’t be difficult to find people to speak about his impact, but director Matthew Taylor excels in gathering
“Relaxer” is a dark comedy, semi-dystopian film from Joel Potrykus. The film follows an unhygienic, unkept slacker named Abbie (Joshua Burge.) The year is 1999, Abbie accepts a challenge from his callous older brother Cam (David Dastmalchian) to beat the mysterious and believed to be unbeatable level 256 in Pac-Man,
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