TIFF 2021: Encounter

A man fears for the well-being of his sons in Encounter. Malik (Riz Ahmed) is an ex-navy seal who is on a different kind of mission. He has been researching extraterrestrial parasitic organisms that take over humans through insects, and worried about his sons Jay (Lucian-River Chauhan) and Bobby (Aditya Geddada), decides to rescue them... Continue Reading →

TIFF 2021: Night Raiders

Image courtesy of TIFF A prophecy holds the key to the future in Night Raiders. After a civil war in the not-so-distant future, minors are taken from their families to "The Academy," a state-run facility brainwashing young minds to serve "one country, one language, one flag." Nika (Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers) and her daughter Waseese (Brooklyn Letexier-Hart... Continue Reading →

Tribeca 2021: Ultrasound

Audiences can expect the unexpected with Rob Schroeder's directorial debut, Ultrasound. Something doesn’t feel right for Glen (Vincent Kartheiser). After attending a friend’s wedding, he gets a flat tire on a rainy night. Spotting a house nearby, he knocks on the door and is welcomed into the home of Art (Bob Stephenson) and Cyndi (Chelsea... Continue Reading →

Minor Premise

Ego and personal demons come into play with Eric Schultz’s sci-fi noir thriller Minor Premise. Ethan Kochar (Sathya Sridharan) is the son of a neuroscientist who recently passed away. He continues his father’s research dedicated to preserving and replaying memories with an apparatus called the R9.  The experimental project is almost perfected, but Ethan’s goal... Continue Reading →

Amell Cousins Lead in CODE 8

Spawned from a short film of the same name and driven by a massive IndieGoGo campaign that was reportedly over 1000% funded, Jeff Chan’s futuristic CODE 8 hits hard with the struggle of fringe dwellers with supernatural powers in a harsh society. In Lincoln City, 4% of the population is born with special powers and... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

View From the Dark

Reviews and essays on genre film from a WOC perspective

Cinema Axis

Where All Things Film Converge

timwburke

burke –verb (used with object), burked, burk·ing. to murder, as by suffocation, so as to sell the corpse to medical science

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

grotesque ground

Promoting the grotesque in cinema and literature.

Glenn Specht Photographer

Reviews and essays on genre film from a WOC perspective

CURNBLOG

Movies, thoughts, thoughts about movies.

crazynonsensetalk

A ranting woman's mind

The Tyranny of Tradition

Lamentations and Jeremiads 25 Years After The End Of History

What Are You Doing Here?

A Black Woman's Life and Liberation in Heavy Metal

Writing is Fighting

Reviews and essays on genre film from a WOC perspective

WordPress.com News

The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.