Bloodsucking Bastards

Studio: Scream! Factory
Directed by Brian James O’Connell

Sep 02, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Bloodsucking Bastards has been endlessly described as Office Space meets Shaun of the Dead, but that pitch is just far too apt not to be cited again. More

A Walk In The Woods

Studio: Broad Green
Directed by Ben Kwapis

Sep 01, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Feeling cooped up in his old age, travel writer Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) sets out to hike all 2,200 miles of the Appalachian Trail. More

Call Me Lucky

Studio: MPI Media Group
Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait

Aug 31, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Bobcat Goldthwait deftly balances disparate aspects of his subject’s life, capturing both Barry Crimmins' bitingly funny onstage routines and his courageous accounts of contending with sexual abuse in equal measure.

Z for Zachariah

Studio: Roadside Attractions
Directed by Craig Zobel

Aug 28, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Based on a 1974 YA novel of the same name, Z for Zachariah is decidedly not a film for teens. More


Studio: Alchemy
Directed by Mora Stephens

Aug 27, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sam (Patrick Wilson), an mbitious lawyer with possible political aspirations, saunters his way into a life of escort addiction. More

Queen of Earth

Studio: IFC Films
Directed by Alex Ross Perry

Aug 26, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

With Queen of Earth, Alex Ross Perry’s fourth feature, the bitterly hilarious barbs that defined his prior work have curdled into something darker than black comedy. More

Listen to Me Marlon

Studio: Showtime
Directed by Stevan Riley

Aug 25, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

An intimate glimpse into the mindset of an exasperatingly brilliant talent. More

The Mend

Studio: Cinelicious
Directed by John Magary

Aug 24, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Mend is a surprisingly strong debut feature from filmmaker John Magary. More

American Ultra

Studio: Lionsgate
Directed by Nima Nourizadeh

Aug 21, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Splitting its time between stoner comedy, violent spy action and indie romance, American Ultra executes its varying aspects well but never successfully synthesizes them into a singular vision. More