Bill Paxton's film debut is an uneven and wacky slasher Mortuary, remembered more for television actresses Mary McDonough and Lynda Day George.
Scream Queen Caroline Williams headlines the creative vampire flick Ten Minutes to Midnight, with attitude and a cheeky sense of humor.
Thomas Jane leads a star-studded cast in the uneven look at Beat Generation writer Neal Cassady and his many loves, Last Time I Committed Suicide.
James Franco stars and directs the quirky homage to '70s Hollywood Zeroville, with an all-star cast, primarily aimed at movie geeks.
A ruthless and memorably effective Danish thriller The Ringmaster explores voyeurism and violence via streaming torture porn. Highly recommended for fans of international horror.
Feed the Gods is sitting on potentially interesting lore, but an uneven tone and dreary pacing leave the material flat.
A softened documentary on Cannon Films, Go-Go Boys skirts the serious drama involved in the studio's history, but provides a glossy overview that plays like cliff notes.
While Camino is capable in driving consistent tension around its journalist protagonist. it's hampered by indifferent, cliche stereotypes and crude political stands.
Adam Resurrected is a stand-out for Jeff Goldblum but an often bizarre, tonally awkward Holocaust story filled with comically oddball characters.
Roy Rogers' final movie, Mackintosh and T.J., is a friendly ranching tale with heart and warm storytelling.
Indie Satanic thriller Baphomet has a few creepy moments but mostly misses the mark.
An easily missed low-budget buddy action movie, Drive deserves recognition on a wider scale for its kooky humor and genuinely pure Asian-styled action.