Living in a modest shack in the Cuban countryside, thirteen year old Lili and her mother appear trapped in a meager, suffocating existence by her domineering father Eduardo. His sudden absence should represent a new freedom for the girl and her mother, but Lili is distraught, and we come to discover just how strong the influence of this monstrous man is over his family. In desperation at losing Eduardo, Lili carries out a ritual taught to her by a spiritualist to help bring him back, leading Lili to uncover a disturbing truth about her father’s disappearance.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with writer/director Frederick Cipoletti to talk about his film “Desolate” coming to DVD and digital on July 12th.
“LUZ” begins as a young female cabdriver (Luana Velis, in the title role) drags herself into a run-down police station. However, a demonic entity has followed her there, determined to finally be close to the woman it loves. [Screen Media]
A family of farmers find themselves spiraling down a violent path as the worst drought in history ravages their crops.
“Blindsided” follows a group of friends who are stalked by a dark presence when staying the night at a secluded home.
The live-adaptation of the Disney classic #Dumbo is now available on Blu-ray and this review is all you need to know what the special-features deliver!
Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart star in The Upside now out on home-video to add to your collection.
A troubled detective take on the case of a serial-killer in this British noir crime thriller from Aoun Kahn.
A review of the new crime-thriller “El Chicano” directed by Ben Hernandez Brey starring Raúl Castillo.
A review of a charming drama that premiered at #NBFF20 called “U.P. There”
A review of the time-period biopic #RedJoan based on the novel by Jennie Rooney starring Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson.
A review of “Teen Spirit” the new musical drama starring Elle Fanning.
My review of “The Shipment” A Sci-Fi Wonder from Bobby Bala #TheShipmentFilm #Tribeca2019
A review of #Holiday now available on VOD/DVD from Swedish director Isabella Eklöf.
“Devil’s Path” – Review (An LGBTQ Thriller Layered With Tension) Coming to VOD March 5th.