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Movie Review: ‘Camp Takota’


'Camp Takota,' the new indie film featuring YouTube sensations Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart, is a fun, nostalgic camp movie about friendship and life. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Jewish Cardinal’

L to R: Aurole Rondieg and Laurant Lucas in The Jewish Cardinal

The filmmakers relay the account of Aaron Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archbishop of Paris, with grace, reinforcing Lustiger's vision of reconciliation between the faiths in harmony and ecumenism. Read More »

Movie Review: Winnebago Man

The Angriest RV Salesman: Winnebago Man is worth a view. Pass it on. Read More »

Movie Review: Winter’s Bone – Rural Poverty, Banjos, and Sweet Tea

Picturesque film in the backlands of the Ozark Mountains. A 17 year-old seeks her drug-dealing father who has jumped bail. Read More »

Creating The Third Age: Finding Locations

The creator of the upcoming webseries, The Third Age, explores the process of finding locations. Read More »

DVD Review: Guns On The Clackamas

Guns On The Clackamas is a Hollywood spoof about the most troubled production in film history. Read More »

DVD Review: Kissing Cousins

Two cousins almost, sort of, kind of fall in love in this less than enjoyable film. Read More »