A radio DJ, who does side jobs for his gangster Uncle, is targeted by the mob after his girlfriend witnesses a murder. This is our review of Booze, Broads and Blackjack.
Part animation and part documentary, Buddhist Monks and scholars offer vivid descriptions of their dreams which are then brought to life through detailed rotoscope in Martin Ponferrada’s experimental short film, Everything Is Upstream.
Two brothers and a childhood friend end up involved in a tragic twist of events during a botched robbery attempt. Here is our review of writer-director Josh Pierson’s darkly comic neo-noir, Where Sleeping Dogs Lie.
A missing cop sparks a citywide manhunt for a serial killer who may, or may not, be responsible for the disappearance. We take a look at first-time director Ace Patel’s Last Words.
A completely international DIY feature film shot entirely by actors across the world, under isolation in their own homes. Written, directed, and edited by newcomer Joshua Hooks. Here is Screen Critix review of Global Caper – A Self Taped Movie.
A newly promoted police detective finds himself questioning a brilliantly deceptive photographer over the disappearances of a young model. Read on for our review of writer/director Andres Ramirez’s thriller Shutter.