While Help does make you raise an eyebrow about what’s going on, I wouldn’t say the ending gives you the payoff you desire.
Films that either received a limited release or are released digitally, but not as part of a major streaming distributor.
Student Body is bloody, vulgar, and ridiculous. But whether or not it is in the best way? That’s hard to say.
Until We Meet Again is a little bit all over the place. Mainly due to how it plays with the different genres it pursues.
In this awkward comedy, a socially inept woman decides to call on an escort to help her understand what
In this tearjerker, a son talks to his mom about the love of her life, his father.
In this gross-out horror, our lead’s insecurities grow into an appendage hell-bent on destroying its host.
In Stop-Zemlia, it feels like you learn so much yet so little, but considering the constant shifts in friendships and self-image as a teenager, it is almost fitting.
At times confusing, but often disturbing, The Free Fall is a horror movie best watched at night and alone.
Licorice Pizza uses every ounce of charm it can in an attempt to have you forget the lead characters have a 10+ year age difference, with one being a 15-year-old minor.
While A Holiday Chance may seem like a video on demand release rather than a theatrical one, this one is for you for those who like holiday family drama.