The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead

Studio: Cleopatra Films
Directed by Wes Orshoski

May 25, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Damned: Don’t You Wish We Were Dead? is a thorough, even-handed look back at their history, cultural significance and the colorful, clashing personalities within the seminal punk band. More

Maggie’s Plan

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Rebecca Miller

May 24, 2016 Cinema Issue # 57 - M83

On paper, Maggie’s Plan reads like indie dramedy filmmaking 101. More

Holy Hell

Studio: Independent Release
Directed by Will Allen

May 23, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

It is not only director Will Allen’s unprecedented access and unique perspective that give his documentary, Holy Hellit’s value. More

Welcome to Happiness

Studio: filmbuff
Directed by Oliver Thompson

May 20, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Welcome to Happiness doesn’t consistently deliver on the title, but it has its moments. More

Pervert Park

Studio: The Film Sales Company
Directed by Frida and Lasse Barkfors

May 19, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Pervert Park is a rare and brutally honest exploration of one of society’s most detested elements. More

We The People: The Market Basket Effect

Studio: filmbuff
Directed by Tommy Reid

May 18, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

We The People: The Market Basket Effect documents a rare case in American society where the will of its common people prevailed. More

Most Likely to Die

Studio: Marvista Entertainment
Directed by Anthony DiBlasi

May 16, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Most Likely to Die is the epitome of the uninspired low-budget slasher. More

The Trust

Studio: Saban Films
Directed by Alex and Ben Brewer

May 13, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Jim Stone and David Waters are a pair of bored cops working evidence processing in the Las Vegas police department. After stumbling across a suspiciously high bail payment for a low-level drug dealer, Jim and David begin their own ill-advised investigation. More

Love & Friendship

Studio: Amazon Studios & Roadside Attractions
Directed by Whit Stillman

May 12, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Whit Stillman’s comedies’ focus on the narrow standards of behavior permitted in certain social circles, particularly among the well-to-do, has always cribbed quite a bit from Jane Austen. More