Some are Silent (2020) Episode 1 review

In the small City of Bridrun, the lives of the residents remain unperturbed by what seems to be an oncoming shadow and while investigating a suicide Detectives begin to unravel an unseen world. Here is our review of Some Are Silent – A Lovecraftian story.

Older (2020) review

A 29-year old man who refuses to grow up meets an old high school friend at a wedding and romance blossoms over their shared fear of adulthood in Guy Pigden’s romantic drama Older.

Greatland (2020) review

Trapped in a world of perpetual fun and inter-species love ruled by a universal Mother, a teenage boy crosses the forbidden frontier to save his childhood sweetheart as an absurd election and deadly virus lead to chaos and violence.

Bad President (2020) review

This black comedy answers the question that has obsessed America and The World since November 8th, 2016, How did Donald Trump become President of the United States? This is Param Gill’s political satire of the Trump presidency, Bad President.

Scars (2020) short film review

A young girl wakes up to investigate what is lying behind a series of mysterious occurrences only to step into a dark spiral of terror and buried family secrets. Here is the Screen Critix review of writer-director Diego Di Iorio short horror Scars.

The Duchess of Cancun (2018) review

A young man, still in love with his self-destructive ex-girlfriend, agrees to join her on a trip to Cancun where he ends up meeting a local girl, forcing him to question everything he wants in life. This is Mike Gallant’s romantic dramedy The Duchess of Cancun.