Odds are you missed the delightful Ernest & Celestine (Cinedigm/GKids) in theaters, although the title might ring a bell since it was one of the five Best Animated Feature nominees at this year’s Oscars. If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t let this charmer pass you by. Little mouse Celestine and big, hungry bear Ernest are on opposite ends of the food chain, but… Continue reading DVD Obscura: The New Indie and International Movies You Need to Watch
It racked up lots of buzz on the film festival circuit, and now Cheap Thrills (Drafthouse Films) makes it to DVD for those who missed its theatrical run earlier this year. This exceedingly dark comedy follows two old pals (played by Pat Healy and Ethan Embry) who find themselves pushed by economic circumstances into accepting increasingly dangerous and degrading bets and dares from… Continue reading DVD Obscura: The Indie and International Movies You Should Watch This Month
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