Whether by accident or by design, every film festival tends to stumble onto a trend or two. At this year’s SXSW, the big trend was time travel. Three films that played the festival dealt with characters jumping through time for reasons both selfish and selfless, which each movie tackling their shared genre in a completely different way.
But why time travel? As you watch The Infinite Man, Predestination and… Continue reading Indie Sci-Fi Alert: Time Travel Was Big at SXSW Thanks to 'The Infinite Man,' 'Predestination,' and 'Premature'
Today, audiences have the ability to check out all the latest releases from the comfort of their own home. The world of indie film has especially benefited, giving viewers the chance to watch buzzed-about movies that can only afford to play in a handful of theaters. This week, Moviefone offers a special look at the world of indie cinema, with the release of “Take This Waltz.”
“Take This Waltz”Starring: Michelle Williams… Continue reading 'Take This Waltz' Review: A Look At The Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams Indie Flick
Beyond the Black RainbowWhere: New York and Los Angeles; expanding soon.What: A troubled woman is confined at an institute founded to help people achieve happiness and contentment through unusual, drug-fueled treatment.Why Go: One of my top picks from last year’s Fantastic Fest, the debut from director Panos Cosmatos is filled with eye-popping delights. As I wrote in my review… Continue reading Indie Film Guide: What's in Theaters, on DVD and Coming Soon in the World of Independent Film
An NC-17 rating is often the kiss of death for a movie, but one South Carolina theater is seeing boffo business for “Shame” after fliers that condemn the film started popping up around town. The fliers dub the Nickelodeon theater a “den of shame” and caution people not to see the movie, which features ample sex scenes and full-frontal nudity from lead Michael Fassbender. The 75-seat art-house theater (no relation… Continue reading 'Shame' 'Den Of Sin': Fliers Warn Moviegoers About South Carolina Theater Showing Michael Fassbender Indie (VIDEO)