The Devil’s 6 Commandments, the debut film by Australian filmmaker Dicky Tanuwadjaya is a thoughtful exploration of the morals of brutal revenge.
Reviews of hard-to-find, obscure, creative, independent underground movies.
In Robert Putka’s comedy short film Mouthful a young couple navigate the complex emotional realities of learning a little too much about your lover.
Matthew Pollack’s Run Run It’s Him is a complex, autobiographical documentary about the filmmaker’s lifelong addiction to pornography.
The documentary Scrap by Paul von Stoetzel is an artful documentary about two American iconoclast artists: Jim Bishop and Tom Every.
Everyday Sunshine is an inspiring documentary by Chris Metzler and Lev Anderson that expands the story of Fishbone into a mythology of California.
The Quay Brothers Through the Weeping Glass is a documentary about Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum. It’s also a horror movie.
Felony Flats is a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde allegory in which director Bob Moricz unleashes his unappealing alter ego, Todd, loose on the world.
Battle for Brooklyn is the powerful new documentary by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley about one man’s fight to keep his home.
Beneath Contempt, Benjamin Brewer’s debut feature film, is a refreshingly mature work, filled with genuine emotion and feeling.
Profane is Iraqi-American filmmaker Usama Alshaibi’s visionary film about a Muslim sex worker suffering through a spiritual crisis.