Dark Comedy

On the Count of Three (Movie Review)

The directorial debut of Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show series, Home Videos 2019), On the Count of Three works from a screenplay by Ari Katcher (Ramy series, Drew Michael: Red, Blue, Green 2021) and Ryan Welch (Saturday Night Live series). While it did debut back ... Read More

Tankhouse (Movie Review)

From director Noam Tomaschoff (Nerve 2016, Wolf 2017), who also wrote the script alongside Chelsea Frei (The Addams Family 2019, The Moodys series), comes Tankhouse, a film all about small-town underdogs triumphing over big city theatrical elitists. Or trying to, at any rate. Tucker Charlemagne ... Read More

Redwood Massacre: Annihilation (Movie Review)

Horror icon Danielle Harris stars in Redwood Massacre: Annihilation, which arrives to DVD and On Demand just in time for Halloween on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 thanks to Uncork’d Entertainment. Representing the talents of DIY writer, director, cinematographer, editor, sound mixer, and colorist David Ryan ... Read More

The Jesus Rolls (Movie Review)

No matter how definitively one ends a popular series, it will find some way to continue. Even if its creator straight-up refuses to continue the series themselves, someone else will. The Coen Brothers (Fargo 1996, Hail Caesar! 2016) said they would never make a sequel ... Read More

Come to Daddy (Movie Review)

“As sons, we always have unfinished business with our fathers. So I thought, ‘What would happen if that unfinished business came looking for us?‘” This is a quote from Ant Timpson in promotion of his feature directorial debut film Come to Daddy, which recently had ... Read More