- Staff Picks
- April 16, 2021
Sunshine Radio (Too Good). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Old men and their dogs supply the world with delicious white truffles.
After several orphaned children are found murdered in a remote Kazakh village, and the suspects mysteriously die in custody, a reporter is sent in to investigate potential police corruption in director Adilkhan Yerzhanov’s impressive neo-noir, A Dark, Dark Man.
The story of the rise and fall of an important South Bay punk band.
Psychedelic music filmed live in the Coachella Valley.
Teruo Ishii’s first torture film gets the love from Arrow Video on a lush new Blu-ray.
The latest feature from the surrealist comedy mind of Quentin Dupieux, Mandibles is that timeless story of two clueless lifelong friends who toil relentlessly to train their giant house fly Dominique to rob banks for them.
Folk music and history from Hurley County, NY.
A sex, drugs and guns make this low budget film a classic American road trip.
Modern update of Fall of the House of Usher where all may not be as it seems.
A low budget nautical adventure filled with high concept effects.
A pair of Japanese takes on The Invisible Man make their first appearance in the U.S.
Opening on VOD through independent theaters on March 5th, Keep An Eye Out is director Quentin Dupieux’s (Rubber, Deerskin) deviously surreal and comedic take on the police procedural.
A low budget Japanese art film about punks, drag racing and teenage rebellion.
A day in the life a French woman as she invents electronica and rescues France from boring rock and roll.
A young man joins a Christian Rock band and gets the girl, and maybe a small slice of fame.
The story of the Florida-birthed brigade, Siren is compelling. Documenting the recent resurrection of this veteran metal band, the just-released film, “I’m Too Old For This Sh*t,” delivers an even bigger payoff message.
Robert Forster and Fred Williamson take matters into their own hands in William Lustig’s grindhouse classic Vigilante in this new 4K UHD release.
The Sparks Brothers is director Edgar Wright’s (Baby Driver, Shaun of the Dead) long awaited documentary on Ron and Russell Mael’s legendary musical outlet, Sparks, which has released over 25 albums during their career. Generoso reviews the film fresh from its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
New Haven CT. Makes a pretty sound argument it’s pizza is better than New York or Chicago. And Detroit? Please. Have some respect.
Generoso reviews Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time, the mesmerizing second feature by Hungarian writer/director Lili Horvát.