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Take a Penny (2014) – By Cary Conley

By anyone’s definition, Nick is having a bad year.  Multiple funerals, deceased pets, and the end of a long romantic relationship have all contributed to what Nicks calls “The Year That Will Never End”.  No one would blame him for just curling up in a ball and having a full-fledged nervous breakdown.  Instead, Nick is(…)

Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Listen up, Hollywood executives. We have found more proof that women make fantastic directors.  In Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon, director Christina Ruloff draws her audience deep into a pit of “What if’s.” Although the plot is simple, Ruloff handles heavy topics such as fate and luck with poise while sustaining an engaging story for over(…)

The Session (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Over the past few years, director Dean Garris has been keeping warm by wrapping himself in festival laurels. Garris has enchanted viewers in the documentary and horror circuits and now he’s seeking more accolades with his newest flick, The Session.  Although The Session is billed as a horror/thriller, Garris hardly relies on the cheap tricks(…)

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Take a Penny (2014) – By Cary Conley

By anyone’s definition, Nick is having a bad year.  Multiple funerals, deceased pets, and the end of a long romantic relationship have all contributed to what Nicks calls “The Year That Will Never End”.  No one would blame him for just curling up in a ball and having a full-fledged nervous breakdown.  Instead, Nick is(…)

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Take a Penny (2014) – By Cary Conley

By anyone’s definition, Nick is having a bad year.  Multiple funerals, deceased pets, and the end of a long romantic relationship have all contributed to what Nicks calls “The Year That Will Never End”.  No one would blame him for just curling up in a ball and having a full-fledged nervous breakdown.  Instead, Nick is(…)

Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Listen up, Hollywood executives. We have found more proof that women make fantastic directors.  In Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon, director Christina Ruloff draws her audience deep into a pit of “What if’s.” Although the plot is simple, Ruloff handles heavy topics such as fate and luck with poise while sustaining an engaging story for over(…)

The Session (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Over the past few years, director Dean Garris has been keeping warm by wrapping himself in festival laurels. Garris has enchanted viewers in the documentary and horror circuits and now he’s seeking more accolades with his newest flick, The Session.  Although The Session is billed as a horror/thriller, Garris hardly relies on the cheap tricks(…)

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Take a Penny (2014) – By Cary Conley

By anyone’s definition, Nick is having a bad year.  Multiple funerals, deceased pets, and the end of a long romantic relationship have all contributed to what Nicks calls “The Year That Will Never End”.  No one would blame him for just curling up in a ball and having a full-fledged nervous breakdown.  Instead, Nick is(…)

Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Listen up, Hollywood executives. We have found more proof that women make fantastic directors.  In Variations on Charlotte’s Afternoon, director Christina Ruloff draws her audience deep into a pit of “What if’s.” Although the plot is simple, Ruloff handles heavy topics such as fate and luck with poise while sustaining an engaging story for over(…)

The Session (2014) – By Samantha Paradise

Over the past few years, director Dean Garris has been keeping warm by wrapping himself in festival laurels. Garris has enchanted viewers in the documentary and horror circuits and now he’s seeking more accolades with his newest flick, The Session.  Although The Session is billed as a horror/thriller, Garris hardly relies on the cheap tricks(…)