Review by Paul Salfen Assassin 33 A.D. might be one of the most perplexingly unique films to come along in quite some time. From director Jim Carroll, and based on his award-winning script, this is a sci-fi/action/drama/romance hybrid (complete with plenty of comedic elements) about a group of scientists that invent a time machine that
In Select Theaters November 9 & 10th, 2018 Available on Digital and VOD November 13th Opens today in AUSTIN Alamo Drafthouse Mueller 1911 Aldrich St #120 Austin, TX 78723 Paladin Films and Giant Interactive time travel adventure flick, Time Trap, hybridizes the kids-go-missing-in-the-woods premise with Spielberg’s science fiction wonder years. Starring Andrew Wilson (Bottle Rocket,
Review By Bears Fonte Every year I get the privilege of covering Fantasia in Montreal, the largest genre Festival in North America, and certainly one of the most important. Usually I just enjoy a great number of screeners here in Austin, but every once in a while a film comes across my giant flat screen
Interview by Bears Fonte My favorite film at SXSW this year, having had a few weeks to let it all sink in, was most certainly PROSPECT. Based on a short that played the fest a few years ago, Zeek Earl and Christopher Caldwell’s film follows a father-daughter mining team harvesting gems on a toxic planet.
Interview by Christine Thompson INTERVIEW:UPDATE: BEST FEATURE AUDIENCE AWARD and BRITT LOWER *BEST ACTRESS* AT OTHER WORLD'S AUSTIN Synopsis: After a deadly virus wipes out most of humanity, the survivors are forced to wait alone in self-sustaining bunkers while the viral threat runs its course. Able to communicate through a networked video interface, the survivors