Not only is John’s marriage to Emily on the verge of breaking down, but he has also received news that he has terminal cancer in the independent feature Twin Cities. Check out our review.
September’s lineup from Arrow Video includes a unique Brit chiller, a Seventies Hollywood classic, a Mario Bava masterpiece, a superb Italian murder mystery, and an Oscar-winning British comedy classic.
A man relays a story regarding his past incarnations to a Bishop one rainy night in the atmospheric short film The Second Life from director Pedro Pimentel. Check out our review.
A young woman celebrates her birthday with some friends and a few strangers in Douglas Reece’s new film The Lonesome.
The summer really hots up in August, as Arrow Video releases a white-knuckle thriller, a cult comedy making its worldwide Blu-ray debut, two splatter horror classics, a giallo masterpiece and a rare Italian sword-and-sandal epic.
A man’s infidelity leads him to commit an awful crime in the short thriller Burn in Hell. We review the Jarno Lee Vinsencius short film right here on Screen Critix.