Tag: drama

Synchronic Review

Synchronic Review

Two New Orleans paramedics' lives are ripped apart after they encounter a series of horrific deaths linked to a designer drug with bizarre, otherworldly effects. Our movie kicks off with Dennis (Jamie Dornan) and Steve (Anthony Mackie) responding to a house call of drug addicts. We see early on how Steve takes his job seriously … Continue reading Synchronic Review

AFI Fest: Uncle Frank Review

AFI Fest: Uncle Frank Review

https://pmcvariety.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/200506-1-1100.jpg In 1973, when Frank Bledsoe and his 18-year-old niece Beth take a road trip from Manhattan to Creekville, South Carolina for the family patriarch's funeral, they're unexpectedly joined by Frank's lover Walid. We all have family members we are keen on, the one we feel has it all together, and just put on that … Continue reading AFI Fest: Uncle Frank Review

Lionsgate’s ‘Wander Darkly’ Trailer Debut

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kp_rQkTJAY&feature=youtu.be **Official Selection: Sundance Film Festival 2020** In Select Theatres and On Demand December 11, 2020 Synopsis: In WANDER DARKLY, a traumatic accident leaves a couple, Adrienne (Sienna Miller) and Matteo (Diego Luna), in a surreal state of being that takes them on a disorienting journey through the duality of their shared moments.  By reliving … Continue reading Lionsgate’s ‘Wander Darkly’ Trailer Debut

One Night in Miami Review

One Night in Miami Review

One Night in Miami is a fictional account of one incredible night where icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown gathered discussing their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 60s. Our film opens with Cassius Clay toying with his opponent in the ring like he always did, … Continue reading One Night in Miami Review

Books of Blood Review

Books of Blood Review

A journey into uncharted and forbidden territory through three tales tangled in space and time. Books of Blood is available on Hulu October 7th We noticed early on that things aren't normal with Mary (Britt Robertson), as we overhear her parents talking about how she is off of her medicine. We also see she has … Continue reading Books of Blood Review