The violent Brazilian satire, ‘The Cannibal Club,’ keeps viewers entertained with a clever story, graphic sex and gore, and a wonderful visual aesthetic.
Mike Grell is a comic book industry legend: a craftsman that is both a noted writer and an accomplished artist in pencil, ink and paint that finally gets a career-spanning book that sheds light on an unparalleled career and life!
The Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration of Sergio Martino’s giallo, ‘Torso,’ looks great on the screen but can’t make improvements to the film itself.
The latest album from pioneering space rock band, Failure, is a heady trip into science fiction and madness that leaves the listener in a bit of a tizzy.
‘You Won’t Get What You Want,’ the newest album from the Providence band, Daughters, is a challenging yet rewarding trip into the abyss.
Simple Minds brought their tour to Ohio recently and guest writer, photographer Julie Finley, was there to capture it in words and pictures.
Fire Pro Wrestling World, retains the series signature 16-bit-era graphics which might make the game a tough sell at full price, but if you’re a real wrestling fanatic, this is one of those cases where you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.
Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts, the latest film from Indonesian director Mouly Surya, is a surreal and existential Western.
The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
If you liked the 1976 outlaw country music documentary Heartworn Highways, it is now available on home video, along with a new companion doc called Heartworn Highways Revisited.
We take a gander at The Heart is a Rebel, a family drama from Billy Graham Ministries, and ponder the conundrum of reviewing faith-based films in a post-modern world.
Izzy Lee’s latest short film My Monster is just one more example of the filmmaker’s mastery of diverse types of storytelling.