Richard Gray’s dramatic western Murder at Yellowstone City, starring Gabriel Byrne, Nat Wolfe, Thomas Jane, and Isaiah Mustafa released in June and now it’s headed to home video. If you missed this straight-forward meat and potatoes thriller, the kind folks at… Read More ›
Writer/director Jesse V. Johnson has produced some truly fun action films over the last few years: The Debt Collector (2018), Triple Threat (2019), Avengement (2019), and Hell Hath No Fury (2021), to name a few. His latest project is White Elephant, an action thriller centered… Read More ›
If you could clone yourself, would you? For some, the answer is “yes” because their mind goes to all the things that they dislike doing which they could put off on their clone — your errands, your job, maybe the… Read More ›
The mysterious stranger, the weathered lawman, the preacher with a past: each of these tropes has been used countless times to tell tales of war, revenge, and redemption. They’re tropes due to their frequency, implying a laziness in creativity, but,… Read More ›
Lovecraftian “The Cellar” wastes an interesting concept on a poorly constructed foundation. [SXSW Film Festival]
At some point in your life you’ve had the hair on your neck stand on end with the feeling of not being alone. It could be in the comfort of your living room, full lights on, or on a midnight… Read More ›
The answers offered within the bonus features for Camille Griffin’s “Silent Night” home release create more questions.
According to the 2021 TIFF Q&A with Silent Night writer/director Camille Griffin and cast members Keira Knightly (Atonement), Matthew Goode (The King’s Man), and Roman Griffin Davis (Jojo Rabbit), their film was one of the last to wrap production in… Read More ›
After releasing on Shudder, Russian supernatural horror-thriller The Superdeep is dropping on home video and digital-to-own early January 2022 in partnership with RLJE Films. Whether you’re the kind who likes to own the media you consume or you’re just too curious… Read More ›
Earlier this year director Aharon Keshales released his crime drama South of Heaven into theaters, as well as on VOD and digital. EoM contributor Thomas Manning called South of Heaven an “audacious thriller” in its initial release and, now, the crime drama… Read More ›
Writer/director Camille Griffin’s directorial debut “Silent Night” is a hilariously dark and downright torturous microcosmic exploration of living on Earth.
The holidays are always rife with possibilities. They are an opportunity to gather together, to rekindle connections or foster already burgeoning affections. They are also an opportunity to air grievances, the energy of renewal spurning some to unleash that which’s… Read More ›
Sion Sono’s odd and beautiful “Prisoners of the Ghostland” arrives in four flavors: 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming.
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it countless times: revisiting a film is always bound to reveal something new. We have to be willing — correction — open to that newness because, whether a film is a longtime favorite… Read More ›