Tag Archives: Jason Teich

2015 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Michael Steves (Director/Co-Writer –‘Clinger’)

2015 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Michael Steves (Director/Co-Writer –‘Clinger’)

Fern Petersen (Jennifer Laporte), a driven high school senior, has her life turned upside down when her overly affectionate and possessive high school boyfriend Robert Klingher (Vincente Martella) dies in a gruesome accident. Things go from bad to worse when Robert returns as a love-sick ghost and tries to reunite with Fern – only to have his heart broken. As Robert plots

2015 Slamdance Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Branden Kramer (Writer/Director – ‘Ratter’)

RATTER – [rat-ter] noun A hacker that uses malware known as a RAT (Remote Access Trojan) to take control of a target computer and webcam. RATs are downloaded invisibly and without the consent of the user. Emma (Ashley Benson) is a young and beautiful graduate student just starting a new life in New York City.

Our Picks For Best Films of the Year

Top 10 Films of 2014

We’re not quite sure how to look at 2014, the year in film.  Though it has featured some well made and well-intentioned films, something about the year as a whole has felt a bit empty.  Perhaps this is a good thing as there are no clear award front runners (as of yet), and it is

TV Review: ‘Marco Polo

‘Marco Polo,’ Netflix’s shiny new epic, may not live up to the lofty, unfair “Game of Thrones” comparisons foisted on it by the media. But the young property, created by showrunner John Fusco, still gets a lot right in its eminently watchable, dramatically flawed first season. “Marco Polo” is easily Netflix’s most ambitious production to

Review: ‘Reach Me’

Written & Directed By John Herzfeld Starring Danny Aiello, Tom Berenger, Lauren Cohan, Kevin Connolly, Terry Crews, Cary Elwes, Kelsey Grammer, Omari Hardwick, Elizabeth Henstridge, Thomas Jane, Ryan Kwanten, Nelly, David O’Hara, Kyra Sedgwick, Tom Sizemore, Sylvester Stallone, Danny Trejo Now Playing in Select Theaters & VOD John Herzfeld’s tonally confused, hopelessly convoluted ‘Reach Me’ explores

Review: ‘True Son’

Directed by Kevin Gordon Now Playing in Los Angeles ‘True Son,’ Kevin Gordon’s new documentary about the election campaign of a 22-year-old Stockton, California City Council hopeful, aspires to be an inspirational beacon of youthful idealism in America’s sea of political apathy and gridlock. But the doc suffers from a sweeping lack of specificity, conflict,

Top