Dances With Films Film Festival

Wade in the Water (Movie Review)

In the current state of our politically correct climate within the entertainment business, it is always nice to see indie filmmakers taking the bull by the horns by handling racy content. What is even more impressive is when it is handled delicately and confidently by ... Read More

Driven (Movie Review)

Straddling the line of Horror and Comedy has been a tricky tonal dance only few filmmakers understand how to crack. Ever since Charles Barton’s 1948 Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, people have been inspired to try and bleed the two genres and make for a ... Read More

Beacon Point (Movie Review)

The land along the Appalachian Trail in Georgia and North Carolina might have once belonged to the Cherokee, but none of the old legends speak of Beacon Point, a place that the Trail Masters whisper of but few have ever witnessed. Now is your chance ... Read More