You Must Watch…Wet Hot American Summer – 10 Years Later (Netflix)

Sixteen years ago, we were bemused with a delightful cult comedy film Wet Hot American Summer. A somewhat parody of teenage summer films, it blended the satirical with the silly and produced a riotous film. A couple of years ago, creator’s Michael Showalter and David Wain continued the film in a small Netflix series called First Day of Camp. Met with critical acclaim for tackling the comedic parody … Continue reading You Must Watch…Wet Hot American Summer – 10 Years Later (Netflix)

You Must Watch…Wet Hot American Summer – First Day of Camp (Netflix)

Sixteen years ago, we were bemused with a delightful cult comedy film Wet Hot American Summer. A somewhat parody of teenage summer films, it blended the satirical with the silly and produced a riotous film. A couple of years ago, creator’s Michael Showalter and David Wain continued the film in a small Netflix series called First Day of Camp. Met with critical acclaim for tackling … Continue reading You Must Watch…Wet Hot American Summer – First Day of Camp (Netflix)

First Kill – Brand New Trailer!

Bruce Willis has been in some really terrible films recently. Where once a brave and nigh-indestructible action hero stood is now a shadow of a man, reduced to performing the same role over and over again until he can do it no longer. Such is the case with First Kill, a tedious, paint by numbers action film starring Willis and Haydn Christensen as the Chief … Continue reading First Kill – Brand New Trailer!

First They Killed My Father – Brand New Trailer!

When you think about the attempted extermination of a whole society in recent history, you almost inevitably turn to the Holocaust. But, once you scratch the surface, you start to find more and more atrocities which shouldn’t be ignored. The genocide orchestrated by the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1978 is one such event. First They Killed My Father is an adaptation of Loung Ung’s … Continue reading First They Killed My Father – Brand New Trailer!

In a Heartbeat – Short Film Review

Never underestimate the power of a short film; it’s easy to assume that a run time less than 10 minutes can’t possibly the match the power or entertainment of a feature length film, but with the right amount of passion, those few minutes can go very far. Beth David and Esteban Bravo clearly have the right amount of passion, because In a Heartbeat is truly … Continue reading In a Heartbeat – Short Film Review