Film Festivals

Sundance 2019: Untouchable Review – It’s Bigger Than Harvey Weinstein

I was worried Untouchable would just be all the stuff we already learned about Harvey Weinstein in the last year and a half. Unfortunately, there is still way more horrible stuff this documentary can ...

Sundance 2019: Light From Light Review – Mopebusters

Light From Light is the typical Sundance mopey drama. Some of them are still quite moving, and others just meander and revel in misery but we still celebrate them. Indie filmmakers have feelings to wo...

Sundance 2019: Bedlam Review – The Face of Mental Illness

Most people will agree we don’t do enough to address mental health in this country. The truth about mental health care is even worse than you can imagine, as the documentary Bedlam shows.   Bedla...

Sundance 2019 Review: Brittany Runs A Marathon wins Sundance

Scott Menzel reviews Brittany Runs A Marathon which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.

9.5 Amazing

Sundance 2019: Sweetheart Review – Believe Women (About Deserted Island Monsters)

Sweetheart is already my kind of movie. It’s a survival movie where the characters have to find resources. There’s also a monster menace and an underlying theme of the struggle women face to be believ...

Hail Satan?

Sundance 2019: Hail Satan? – Doing The Lord’s Work

Hail Satan? had me from the opening where the founders of The Satanic temple endorsed Rick Scott. This was such a brilliant satire of political endorsements and they had such showmanship, I would have...

Love, Antosha Interview: Producer Drake Doremus and Director Garrett Price

The sudden death of Anton Yelchin in 2016 hit pretty hard. It was a senseless accident caused by an automobile the manufacturer knew should have been recalled. Yelchin was only 27 and had a lot more w...

Sundance 2019: “The Death of Dick Long” Review

Sundance 2019: “The Death of Dick Long” Review The Death of Dick Long follows Zeke (Michael Abbott Jr.) and Earl (Andre Hyland), two friends, who after a crazy night of drinking and drugs,...

4 Poor

Sundance 2019: “Fighting with My Family” Review

Ashley Menzel reviews "Fighting with My Family" starring Dwayne Johnson, Florence Pugh, and Nick Frost.

7.5 Good

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