Our own Josh Heath experienced Rifftraxs' live 'Carnival of Souls' event and lived to tell the tale! Or did he?!
Puk Grasten's lifeless '37' attempts to add fictional flourish to a horrendous murder, but loses it's heart and soul in the process.
After thirty years, it's amazing to see how much the perception of 'Labyrinth' has changed.
Clay Tweel's documentary 'Gleason' will inspire and provide perspective for even the grumpiest, down-trodden audience member with a masterfully assembled picture of endurance and love.
Don't see Don't Worry Baby.
Thank you, 'Mystery Science Theater 3000', for making us laugh about love again.
Planning to forego the beach and hit the multiplex this summer? Here are your options.
A clever, bleak entry into the crime thriller genre, Cash Only constructs characters and thrills effectively. Too bad the ending devalues the film's whole.
Despite choppy editing and unclear character motivations, the performances of the two leads make Wedding Doll worth a date or two.
The nation is afflicted with March Madness as we inch closer to Easter Sunday - in observation of this, Josh Heath takes a closer look at 2009's Big Fan and its sports-as-religion sermon.
Forsaken rides the line occasionally of being too cliché, but a strong lead performance and a sense of restraint make this movie worth a watch.
While Richard Gere does his darndest to bring this haphazard, unrefined script to life, writer/director Andrew Renz's debut comes up flatter than a week-old Coke.