“Don’t Blame Karma” is comical at times, but the romance it wishes to explore and the drama which creates the comedy and complicates the romance is disappointing.
With the star power of Angourie Rice, “Honor Society” becomes far more than a tale about a malicious overachiever trying to get the hell out of her small town.
In this story of teenage brotherhood, five boys band together as they struggle with cancer, an ill parent, and smaller stuff like crushes and failing grades.
While it won’t become a definitive Juneteenth movie, “Block Party” makes for a wonderful family dramedy with Juneteenth acting as a featured part.
While Jibaro is beautiful, it is dull enough to pause, do something else, and then return to.
In a short so good you wish you were playing it, In Vaulted Halls Entombed feels like a series of cut scenes from a AAA game.
Vermin are invading forces, and Mason decides, with them escalating things, he is going to match their energy and surpass them.
Swarm is one of the first from Volume III which pushes you to want a sequel if/when we get a volume IV.
Government soldiers face off against a mecha bear that has killed dozens without mercy.
Night of the Mini Dead gives you Robot Chicken vibes in the best way.