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After Dick Knost, an arrogant sports radio host, finds himself in hot water for defending violence in sports, he ironically suffers a nasty concussion – which he refuses to treat. As the brain injury affects his job and his snarky attitude affects his friendships, Dick must decide whether to make a change or stick with the outrageous behavior that made him famous

  • "Offers a hysterical, touchingly relatable look at the kind of love that only exists in memory." The Knockturnal

  • "A sultry thriller" The Action Elite

  • "Do not miss it" Alien Bee

  • "A brilliant, blue-collar film." Salon

  • "Cinephiles...won’t regret catching this thriller on the big screen..." Stop and Stammer

  • "A deeply felt look at...the first Gulf War." Filmmaker Magazine

  • “...a well executed horror-thriller that’s driven by this trio of interesting characters.” Alien Bee

  • "The movie strikes eccentric, volatile emotional notes without a second thought." Wall Street Journal

  • "Bettany's direction maintains a tight, emphathetic focus." Variety

  • “Gondry has made his most satisfying movie since his 2004 masterpiece Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” The Guardian

  • “A charming coming-of-age saga” IndieWire

  • “Gondry sketches an honest impression of youth” Variety

  • "Magnificently haunting" Cryptic Rock

  • "A stunning love letter to classic Gothic horror." Morbidly Beautiful

  • “The emotions about the complicated relationships between mothers and daughters are spot on, and there’s no shortage of star power.” Los Angeles Times

  • "The Sonata marries both the physical and mental facets of horror, resulting in a film that binds you with anxiety and excitement over the course of its runtime." Cinema Sentries

  • "Will likely make you appreciate the mother or mothers in your life" The Washington Times

  • “It’s an intriguingly modern take on parental issues.” Blu-ray.com

  • "Packed with striking imagery, it’s the sort of film adventurous viewers live for: unapologetically weird and utterly fearless." Onion AV Club

  • “'Luz' shines for the calculated sensory stimulation it inflicts and its contained intent..." Los Angeles Times

  • "A blazingly confident feature debut" Hollywood Reporter

  • "Strikingly impressive" Hollywood Reporter

  • "Witty, exuberant and wildly entertaining! A crowd-pleasing delight!" NYC Movie Guru

  • "Destined to attract a cult following of it's own" Variety

  • "A non stop delight" Consequence of Sound

  • "An intense psychological thriller that doles out the chills" Ain't It Cool News

  • "A tour-de-force performance" Hollywood Reporter

  • "Bening is superb" Screen International

  • "It'll tug at your heart and send you straight to your vinyl collection." The Consequence of Sound

  • "A visually stunning film" Fanboy Nation

  • "Little is left to chance, and every detail contributes to a tightly schematic, microcosmic poetic concept." New York Times

  • "Highly cinematic" Forbes

  • "A consistently funny opportunity to hang out for a while with an actor in his element." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Convincing, an impressive, attention-grabbing period piece" Haute Lifestyle

  • "A Birder's Guide to Everything is a crowd pleaser as admirable as it is irresistible." Next Magazine

  • FAMILY IS EVERYTHING. EVEN IF YOU DON'T KNOW THEM YET ""

  • "A strong Millennial film with a knockout ensemble cast." Den of Geek

  • "Mary Elizabeth Winstead gives an extraordinary performance." Variety

  • "A well-acted, sensitive coming-of-age tale...an affecting debut." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Personal filmmaking with ambition to burn a whirlwind debut." Wall Street Journal

  • "Fitfully hilarious... Step Brothers [meets] Wet Hot American Summer." Grantland

  • "An affectionate and satisfying movie" Variety

  • "Bustin' Down the Door entertainingly captures surfing's last great hoorah of no-holds-barred radicalism." LA Times

  • "A portrait of friendship and love as much as it’s about music" The Hollywood Reporter

  • "C.O.G. manages to both do justice to Sedaris' unique voice and sense of humor while giving it a stamp of the director's own." Indiewire

  • "Unmissable for anyone with even a passing interest in the history of music from the Beach Boys era and beyond" The Film Stage

  • "An unusually sensitive take on schizophrenia." Hollywood Reporter

  • "A pretty good idea what it’s like to spend time with Wilson" The Wrap

  • "This movie is a triumph." New York Observer

  • "This is exactly the kind of thing horror lovers should watch with like-minded friends as the holidays roll around" The New York Times

  • "It’s imaginative, original, scary, fun, and the right bit of ridiculous" Variety

  • "A gross-out good time that gives us a rare gem of a Thanksgiving bloodbath" IGN

  • "A tight, taut supernatural tale." The Dissolve

  • "Offers audiences gruesome delights with a distinctly campy spin" Screen Rant

  • "(A) twisty, winningly unsettling feature debut" New York Times

  • "One Shot is one of the tensest and never-wracking movies Adkins has ever made" Screen Rant

  • "Rodrigo Santoro (delivers a) bravura performance in the title role." Variety

  • "One Shot summed up is like Die Hard meets Extraction – a solid 5 stars!" Action Reloaded

  • "Uncovers the sweat and toil behind all the sparkly outfits and clickety-clack footwork." Entertainment Weekly

  • "One Shot will leave you breathless and it is definitely one of the best action films of the year" Action Flix

  • "First-time director Kevin Bacon (Mr. Sedgwick) cleverly maintains a balance of discomfiting and familiar by jumping nimbly around Emily's life." New York Post

  • "An enormous action film compressed into you’re-in-the-middle-of-it handheld vérité goodness" IndieWire

  • "A terrifically cast bittersweet coming-of-age story -- ticks and all." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "A documentary that plays out like a love letter to fans of one of the most endearing and unique film franchises of all time" Horror Buzz

  • "A new documentary offers a salutary and touching reminder that the race, like nearly everything else great about New York City, was the creation of a stubborn visionary." New York Times

  • "A glorious summation of all the talent and personality that went into the work" Blue Ray

  • "Have seen the completed film version of A Good Marriage. I thought it was terrific!" Stephen King

  • "A definite must watch for the fans!" Pop Horror

  • "A comedy gem." 5/5 The Examiner

  • "This is one of the best films of the year" KPCC

  • "A delightful journey into imagination!" Dove Reviews​

  • "Really reflects on the art of writing – an endeavor that seeks to offer something about the human experience" Cultured Vultures

  • "The Assault (L'Assaut) is gripping" The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Offers a comforting message" Variety

  • "A rich, poetic film." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "You need to see BEST SELLERS" Unseen Films

  • Fresh take on familiar compromise-vs.-Idealism angst. The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Creatures that recall beasts from films as diverse as John Carpenter’s The Thing, Stuart Gordon’s From Beyond, and Clive Barker’s Hellraiser" Film School Rejects

  • "A cerebral experience that aims to encourage powerful discussion, not just about the film, but about the universe around us" Hollywood Insider

  • "For this swan song, themes such as relationships and fate and inevitability are actually explored." Jam​

  • "The Best ’80s Horror Throwback in Years" Slash Film

  • "Refreshing and fun at certain moments" Screen Rant

  • "The Trailer Park Boys are back for a laugh-a-minute riot." Cinema Blographer​​

  • "Lovecraftian horror that disorients with a vicious nightmare logic" Fangoria

  • "Memorable, with interesting ideas" Common Sense Media

  • "The close, cramped intimacy of this film is so real it stings." Rolling Stone

  • "[The Void] feels reminiscent of a lot of great horror movies we all grew up loving, and yet, it feels oddly like nothing else I’ve ever seen before" Daily Dead

  • "An exhilarating and entertaining ride" Bloody Disgusting

  • "A Crowd-Pleaser with a Big Heart." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Truly a show piece for smart creature FX and an experience in the conception of your nightmares" Icons of Fright

  • "Complex and illuminating" The New York Times

  • "Chilly, dicey and a helluva fun time" Dread Central

  • "Unlikely accidents, shared secrets and zany twists combine to whip up a pleasing froth." New York Post​

  • "The most exhilarating new movie audiences have been offered since the shutdown began” Variety

  • "Absolutely riveting" Killer Horror Critic

  • "Max Max (meets) Grapes of Wrath--all mixed in with a certain punk rock aesthetic and Tarantino-style." Joblo

  • "An unflinching and heart-stopping depiction of the chaos of modern warfare" Chicago Sun Times

  • "Gleefully chaotic" The New York Times

  • "Chaotic, disorienting, and visceral in all the right ways" Hollywood News

  • "An instant classic and will become one of the top ten mob movies ever made" Haute-Lifestyle

  • "If you loved The Sopranos, you’ll love it" Movies and Shakers

  • "An excellent job painting a picture of the glory days when the Mob ruled the streets of the Big Apple, yet set in modern-day Brooklyn" Movie Review Mom

  • "An amazing movie that is a pleasant surprise" Disappointment Media

  • "One of the funniest subversive comedies that I’ve enjoyed in quite some time." Daily Dead

  • "Wonderfully written and magnificently directed" Unseen Films

  • "Deliciously savage satire" Moveable Fest

  • "An action-packed espionage thriller" Haute-Lifestyle

  • "One hell of an irresistible cast" AV Club

  • "Characters were well portrayed and the acting was excellent" IMDB

  • An enjoyable comical riff on the sub-genre of people trapped for an entire movie in a confined setting Film Ireland

  • "A romance that wouldn't hurt a flea" The New York Times

  • "Fun, charming, sweet and filled with emotion" Military Press

  • "Cleverly written and nicely acted plot development" Fairfax County Times

  • "Wonderful feel good movie and comedy" Metacritic

  • "A classic movie to watch with a big group of friends and play along with it" Variety

  • "A blast from beginning to end" Guy at the Movies

  • "An entertaining nightmare for cult movie fans" Blu Ray

  • "An action packed, insanely fun flick that is sure to be the next cult classic" Mamas Geekly

  • "An over the top horror-comedy brawl and it’s pretty damn fun" iHorror

  • "Offers substantial guilty-pleasure fun" 48Hills

  • "Action-packed film" Front Row Features

  • You Might Be The Killer is a damn fine, and darn funny, self-referential little horror comedy. Deirdre Crimmins

  • "It is so over the top fun" Film Threat

  • "A damn fine movie to veg out to and just enjoy" Critical Movie Critics

  • ...refreshing take on science fiction, focused on optimism and open-mindedness… Cinema Scope

  • A gentle, but evocative and effective mixture of drama, romance, mysticism, and science… The Gate

  • Sherman has found a way to embrace and play with genre cliches The Gate

  • …thought-provoking, profound, and simply human. Much Ado About Cinema

  • "The best horror movie of 2016" Shock Till You Drop

  • One of the great lights of the [independent film] era. Huffington Post

  • "A creeping hallucinatory nightmare of a story" Dread Central

  • A convincingly tender drama thanks to the presence of star Greta Gerwig. The Hollywood Reporter

  • "An absolute masterpiece" Icons of Fright

  • "Will break your heart and mend it all at the same time" PopSugar

  • "A touch of ‘The Graduate’ and ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." The Knockturnal

  • “A revelatory performance by Bella Thorne” Gayly Dreadful

  • "Not only does [Bella Thorne] deliver as Girl, she knocks it out of the park" BRWC

  • "A gritty and emotional tale of perseverance that is at once brutal and sentimental, disheartening and inspirational" Morbidly Beautiful

  • "Inform[s] genre blood sport with pulp transcendentalism." Slant Magazine

  • "A brainteaser of a film...bets everything on cleverness and a few appealing performances, and it wins." New York Times

  • "a playful narrative turducken" Los Angeles Times

  • "ZOOM is simply a movie that's alive and kicking, filled with terrific little details and bizarre notions" JoBlo

  • “the filmmakers capture the terrifying confusion of the time” Slant Magazine

  • "Nyqvist is also quite chilling as Schafer" JoBlo

  • "He who has the weed has the power." Patch (Danny Trejo)

  • “Hands down, MEMORY is a must-see for any of my fellow Alien fans…” Daily Dead

  • "One of the most valuable and fresh documentaries of the year" Slash Film

  • "Will likely be a favorite among film scholars for years to come." Popaxiom

  • “Skillfully directed and genuinely chilling” Rue Morgue

  • "Crown Vic is a deeply haunting yet irrefutably riveting dramatic effort that shows us the more ominous yet no less truthful realities of what it is to be a cop in the City of Angels..." One Film Fan

  • "Highly satsfying." Chris Willman, Variety

  • "Thoroughly entertaining." Steve Pond, The Wrap

  • "[A] warm-hug of a documentary." Mara Reinstein, US Weekly

  • "Touching." Brian Truitt, USA Today

  • "Fascinating. You'll be rapt." Kevin Fallon, The Daily Beast

  • "A terrific film." Mike Ryan, UPROXX

  • "Heartwarming." Megan McMachlan, Awards Daily

  • "Absolutely charming." Kyle Anderson, NERDIST

  • “Overwhelmingly loveable" The Guardian

  • “Cute and fitfully amusing" CINEVUE UK

  • “‘Quixote’ reminds us of the romantic ideal that the world needs dreamers who dare to defy convention” Time Out

  • “A film suffused with a love of art, and of those who would dare to make it.” Slate

  • "A gem of a film!" Lou Harry, Midwest Film Journal

  • "Dryly funny, sweet, and surprisingly touching." Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun Times

  • "A stellar cast" Mike McGranaghan, The Aisle Seat

  • "A movie with a heart of gold." Betty Jo Tucker, Reel Talk Reviews

  • "A must see." Unseen Films

  • "witty and moving" Empire Magazine

  • "A beautiful collective film" Washington Blade

  • "Beautiful." New York Times

  • "Spectacular" Filmink

  • "Death in Love is occasionally pretentious but always riveting." LA Times​

  • "A fascinating deep dive into a Sci-Fi/Horror classic" The Playlist

  • "A tender and intelligent film" Chicago Tribune

  • "Elliot proves that with hard work, good friends, and believing in yourself you can achieve your dreams" Newsday

  • "A truly astounding work from beginning to end..." Film Threat

  • “You’re in for a hell of a treat.” Horror DNA

  • "A beautiful documentary for all ages" Quad-City Times

  • "...an ideal film for the whole family, replete with sumptuous cinematography and an important message about our planet's oceans..." Toronto Star

  • “Relentlessly quirky” San Francisco Chronicle

  • "An arresting first feature for German writer-director Tilman Singer" Variety

  • "Told with great sensitivity to detail" Onet Film

  • "Reminds us that the world needs dreamers who dare to defy convention" Time Out

  • "Pierces the senses." Hollywood Reporter

  • "Finds the hypnotic meaning in its horror" Variety

  • “A well-written, moving story bolstered by an outstanding cast.” Chicago Sun-Times

  • "A feel-good animated feature" The New York Times

  • "Riveting" The Film Stage

  • “One of the strongest anthologies I have laid my eerie eyeballs on..." Horror Fuel

  • "This movie is worth watching for the visuals alone." Parent Previews

  • "...beautiful and thoroughly impressive..." Popaxiom

  • “Whittaker will have you wanting to be her BFF” Decider

  • "A hypnotic offering of horror film atmosphere" Roger Ebert

  • "The film is wonderful to look at" Washington Post

  • "A delirious dream happening before your very eyes" World of Reel

  • "Demonstrates that the study of a film can be as exciting as the film itself" The Wrap

  • "Heartfelt" USA Today

  • "This film is definitely on our top 20 list of favorite movies" Newsday

  • "Highly entertaining" Film Pulse

  • “Ludicrously solid” Horror DNA

  • "A gorgeous film" Caution Spoilers

  • "A feast for the eyes..." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "funny, profane, dour, and heartbreaking" ReelViews

  • "Unapologetically strange and utterly fearless" AV Club

  • "An exotic chain of adventures and heartfelt passion" Film Totaal

  • "A treat" London Evening Std.

  • "Rich and deep" Variety

  • “Blackbird is a ravishingly and deeply profound movie that will indeed shed some tears. Elements of Madness

  • “…Crown Vic is a well-made and strongly acted effort showing real talent on the part of its writer-director.” The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Viewers will definitely take little Ailo to their hearts." Family Choice Awards

  • "...breathtakingly beautiful and unimpeachably well intentioned." Variety

  • "Surreal journey into the dark unknown" Collider

  • "Gilliam remains one of cinema’s most gifted visual stylists" Filmink

  • "An inspiring tale" Red Carpet Crash

  • "Conducted by energetic, worldly-wise septuagenarian Jean-Michel Cousteau..." The Hollywood Reporter

  • "Daring, unconventional, and downright demonic" Slash Film

  • "Fearless" World of Reel

  • "A positively disorienting viewing experience" Dread Central

  • "Breathes new life into the genre" Nightmare on Film Street

  • "Horror of the highest order."  Black Book

  • "Shocking and absurd, yet mesmerizing." Film Showcase

Information

Runtime
90 minutes

Release Date
2013

Genre
Comedy

Cast & Crew

Directed by
Bruce Sweeney

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