Review: Bakerman

Written and directed by David Noel Burke, Jens (Mikkel Vadsholt) has a midlife crisis and chooses to settle some old debts. Also starring: Brian Hjulmann, Siir Tilif, Mia Lerdem, Kiera Nielsen, Hanna Elisa O. Arge and Pejman Khorsand-Jamal. Continue reading “Review: Bakerman”

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Review: Is This Now

Written and directed by Joe Scott, following Ingrid (Sabrina Dickens) as a young woman having gone through more than her fair share for her short years, navigating her way through wild waters of emotion and adolescence with the help of music. Also starring: Brigid Shine, Anu Hasan, Ruth Millar, Fabien Ara, John Altman, Jonathan Burteaux, Andy Brophy, Carl Wharton, Stevee Davies, Aaron Jeffcoate and the ladies of JOANovARC. Continue reading “Review: Is This Now”

Review: The Void

Written and directed by Jeremy Gillespie (Father’s Day) and Steven Kostanski (Manborg, Father’s Day, ABCs of Death 2), two men perhaps better known for their work in Art and Makeup departments respectively, including Hannibal, Suicide Squad and new Stephen King adaptation It. After a police officer happens upon an injured man and delivers him to the hospital, they begin to experience strange and violent occurrences seemingly linked to a group of mysterious hooded figures. Continue reading “Review: The Void”

Review: We Make Movies

What better use of a summer is there than making a film? We Make Movies follows a group of college students through their highs and lows in an attempt to do just that, for their town’s film festival. Written, directed and starring Matt Tory, as well as: Jordan Hopewell, Zack Slort, Johnathan Holmes, Anne Crockett, Matt Silver, Josiah Finnamore and Valerie Tory. Continue reading “Review: We Make Movies”

Review: Kopy Kings

Written and directed by Greg Dorchak, set in a 24-hour copy centre in Austin and following the bunch of misfits that work there, as their lives are disrupted by a new hire at the same moment that the owner comes to town, only to reveal he is selling out to corporate America. Starring: Kira Pozehl, David Moxham, Darrell N. Mitchell, Patrick Arnez, Joe Bunner, Diana Rose, David Blackwell, Ammie Leonards and Frank J. Kim (as well as Dorchak himself). Continue reading “Review: Kopy Kings”

Review: 5 Greedy Bankers

A heist film following two victims of greedy bankers who decide it’s time to enact their own special kind of revenge against the 5 most responsible and despicable. Directed by Simon Davison and starring: Ramon Tikaram (Fortitude), Pippa Haywood (Scott & Bailey), Tim J. Henley, Hermione Halpin, John Bowe, Richard Dixon, Julia Barrie, Pip Torrens, Simon Slater and Mark Meadows. Continue reading “Review: 5 Greedy Bankers”

Review: Will Reading

Wendy (Katie Weigl) is preparing to host an evening at her home for friends, during which they will read an addendum to her dead husband’s will. Her husband’s twin brother (Jamie Insalaco), his college roommate (Dan Conrad) and friends (Greg Vorob, Marc Seidenstein) all attend to find out exactly what Will left them. Is there enough to change their fortunes? Can they learn to work together as friends? The very idea of money changes everything. Written, directed and of course, starring Jamie Insalaco.

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