“The Bygone” (REVIEW) A Small Budget Film with Big Budget Results

A young rancher forms an affinity for a Lakota girl from a nearby reservation. When she disappears, this rancher will stop at nothing to find her and while doing so he unearths information that will change his life forever.

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“Parasite” (VIDEO REVIEW)

On one side you have the Kim’s, an unemployed family living in a semi-basement apartment. They struggle to get by and fold pizza boxes to make a little money for food. Then you have the Park’s, a wealthy family that lives in a lavish home without a financial care in the world. When the family son Ki-Woo Kim gets a job as a tutor for the Park’s daughter he see’s an opportunity. One that will bring the Kim family some money, but also one that will entangle them in a much grimmer situation that will change both families forever.

“Parasite” (REVIEW) A Tense, Foreboding Thriller

On one side you have the Kim’s, an unemployed family living in a semi-basement apartment. They struggle to get by and fold pizza boxes to make a little money for food. Then you have the Park’s, a wealthy family that lives in a lavish home without a financial care in the world. When the family son Ki-Woo Kim gets a job as a tutor for the Park’s daughter he see’s an opportunity. One that will bring the Kim family some money, but also one that will entangle them in a much grimmer situation that will change both families forever.

“In the Shadow of the Moon” – (REVIEW) A Compelling Blend of Genres

In 1988, Philadelphia police officer Thomas Lockhart (Boyd Holbrook), hungry to become a detective, begins tracking a serial killer who mysteriously resurfaces every nine years. But when the killer’s crimes begin to defy all scientific explanation, Locke’s obsession with finding the truth threatens to destroy his career, his family, and possibly his sanity. [Netflix]