- Screen Reviews
- May 17, 2019
Pahokee produces sugar cane and poverty, but some the brighter students might make it to the big time with a college degree and a new zip code.
Nature (Cooking Vinyl). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Generoso spoke with director Alice Rohrwacher at AFI Fest 2018 about her award-winning third feature, Happy as Lazzaro.
Harold Eggers account of his life with Townes Van Zandt is equal parts hilarious…and haunting.
AFI FEST 2018 is a wrap, and Generoso and Lily review and rank the sixteen new feature films they viewed at this vital film festival.
Codfish Hollow concert for Ian Noe and Colter Wall wows Jeremy Glazier.
The hugely influential film has never looked better.
Soul’s Core Revisited (Soul Bird). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Sometimes all you need to do is reveal state secrets in a lovely folk song.
Torso gave us the slasher film, and is grisly good fun to boot.
Suspense-filled and brimming with beauties, Clyde Cooper is a campy, yet entertaining, noir-style “whodunit.”
Gorgeous and flat, this film is for fans of Scottish history and scenery,
The genius behind The Beach Boys played to a rapturous crowd in Atlanta, and Roi Tamkin was lucky enough to be there!
It’s just your typical, charming, small-town witches’ coven.
Don’t You Feel My Leg – The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blu Lou Barker (The Last Music Company). Review by David Whited.
Straightjacket (Ruf Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Holidays and pink slips lead to fine singing and a heartwarming finish in this musical holiday special.
Spencer Plays The Hits (In The Red). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Puppets have sex. Where do you think little puppets come from?
Two drifters run into serious trouble in the Central Valley during depression era California.