Tag Archives: Indie Films

“The Wedding Plan” – an open-hearted story about finding Orthodox love in a non-Orthodox way

Nutshell: With hints of Pride and Prejudice and Muriel’s Wedding, The Wedding Plan is a sweet, quirky, and heartfelt look at women, men, marriage, and faith. Faith in yourself, faith in your family and friends, and faith that everything will … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch: “A Ghost Story” – a perfect poster and touching trailer

Ready for something spoooooky? Well, I’ve got something for you. Okay, so it’s a ghost story – literally A Ghost Story – but it’s more touching than terrifying. But it sounds really good nonetheless; kinda getting a Truly, Madly, Deeply … Continue reading

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#31in31 2016: #Horror

“Fake is better.” Story: Crazy rich basic tween bitches – and one scholarship girl – get together for a slumber party. Of course catty sniping rules the evening…and so does a killer who seems to know what they’re posting on … Continue reading

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#31in31 2016: We Are What We Are

“It’s what we do, Rose. We continue.” Story: Momma goes to town, but dies in a horrible accident. What will daddy and his three kids do? Well, Iris is the oldest. Guess she’ll take over. Better hurry; dinner’s in the … Continue reading

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“Attacking the Darkness” – a mockumentary where religion and RPGs collide

Nutshell: with cinematography and sound that definitely doesn’t scream “Shoestring Indie”, Attacking the Darkness gives a knowing wink to mockumentary fans and RPG aficionados.  There are definite echoes of Christopher Guest films like For Your Consideration and Waiting for Guffman, … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch: “The Bet”

Indie films.  So proper.  So staid and serious.  SIKE!  Just because something’s indie doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.  Case in point; this trailer for the indie comedy The Bet.  Synopsis! A down on his luck man gets into an … Continue reading

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Baltimore Screening Pass-palooza: Sing Street

The 80s were awesome.  Not just because I could rock my frizzy-ass hair and call it style.  But because of the music.  Ah, the music.  (And also the horror movies…but I’m making a point here.) So Sing Street, the latest … Continue reading

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