Film Review: Untitled Horror Movie

★★ Untitled Horror Movie feels like a bargain-bin version of 2014’s Unfriended. Set exclusively over a series of video chats, we chart a group of friends—all involved in a cheesy medieval television show—as they create the bones of a new film project. It’s all experimental at first. Inspired by ditzy narcissistic blonde Chrissy (Katherine McNamara) … Continue reading Film Review: Untitled Horror Movie

Interview: 7 Days Cast & Creatives

Earlier today, Allison and I participated in a special Virtual Press Conference for romantic-dramedy 7 Days, ahead of its premiere at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. When a wonky pre-arranged date from their traditional Indian parents is forced into an extended stay thanks to the sudden emergence of the pandemic and ‘shelter in place’ orders, … Continue reading Interview: 7 Days Cast & Creatives

Tribeca 2021: Mark, Mary & Some Other People

★★★★ Mark, Mary & Some Other People is a delightful comedy with sharp, nudity-free sexual politics and two captivating leading performances from Ben Rosenfield and Hayley Law as Mark and Mary, respectively. The closest comparison I can provide from this charmer are 2010’s Justin Long / Drew Barrymore dramedy Going the Distance and 2009’s (500) … Continue reading Tribeca 2021: Mark, Mary & Some Other People

Brooklyn Film Festival 2021: Kringle Time

★★★ (Written by Freelancer, Dan Grote) Kringle Time follows Jerry (Benny Elledge) as he comes to terms with a sinister truth about his childhood idol, a creepy Frosty the Snowman knockoff named Kringles. Matthew Lucas directs his debut feature, with a screenplay penned by Zan Gillies, in this dark comedy about the adored children’s show that … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival 2021: Kringle Time