Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival, Idaho Horror and Kansas City Film Festivals.
“Unfriended” is an interesting horror film in that the characters are so shallow, obnoxious and unlikable that I think it’s a pretty accurate portrayal of entitled, tech-addicted youths and there’s great reward in watching them get offed.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
Aided by a complex story, interesting characters and tight direction, the Spierigs deliver a powerful punch that has you talking about the film long after it is over
Movie Guy Paul Preston explains how you can get involved in Phoenix Film Festival social media as the fest approaches…while Karen demonstrates.
Honestly, I’m trying to remember what happened during the mid part of this movie other then a few hazy isolated moments of plot development
Capsule reviews by The Movie Guys include “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia” and “Paul”. Quick plot, quick opinion and we’re out.
“Born to Be Wild 3D”, narrated by Morgan Freeman, manages to toe the fine line between high-tech and old school.
Paul Preston’s annual once-over of the nominees. Who will win, who should win, and the Top 10 Films of 2010.