The Eyes of My Mother

Studio: Magnet Releasing
Directed by Nicholas Pesce

Dec 01, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Eyes of My Mother is a film tailor-made for the sliver of overlap on the “Art House/Gore Hound” Venn diagram.  More

Come and Find Me

Studio: Saban Films/Lionsgate
Directed by Zack Whedon

Nov 28, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

An ambivalent suspense drama that pairs David (Aaron Paul) in a seemingly domestic relationship with Claire (Annabelle Wallis), but not for long when she disappears from the home they share and everything else shortly after the opening credits. More


Studio: The Weinstein Company
Directed by Garth Davis

Nov 26, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

On its surface, Lion might seem standard, saccharine holiday fodder – a story of an impossible journey that promises to tug at audiences’ heartstrings and featuring A-List talent. From its opening shot, however, it’s clearly evident that the film is so much more. More

Bad Santa 2

Studio: Miramax / Broad Green Pictures
Directed by Mark Waters

Nov 23, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Bad Santa 2: an intermittently amusing but ultimately misguided and woefully past-due follow-up to the 2003 holiday classic. More

These Wild Things

Studio: N/A
Directed by Samantha Smith

Nov 22, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Samantha Smith’s These Wild Things is the calling card of a filmmaker to watch.  More

Blood on the Mountain

Studio: Abramorama
Directed by Mari-Lynn Evans and Jordan Freeman

Nov 17, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Blood on the Mountain tells the roughly chronological story of corruption in the coal industry. More

The Take

Studio: High Top Releasing
Directed by James Watkins

Nov 17, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Michael Mason, an American pickpocket living in Paris, finds himself on the run after a bag he steals and abandons in a crowded square turns out to be a terrorist bomb.  More

Disturbing the Peace

Studio: Abramorama
Directed by Director Stephen Apkon and Andrew Young

Nov 07, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

By focusing on combatants from both sides who came together to bring about change, Disturbing the Peace is a rejoinder to pessimism, delivering a message of hope that lands with some success. More

Gimme Danger

Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Directed by Jim Jarmusch

Oct 26, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Stooges get the story they richly deserve in Jim Jarmusch’s raw, unassuming film, Gimme Danger. More