Design By Humans

DVD: Lazy Eye

Opening with an eye exam for “Dean,” played by Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, a slight vision change suddenly indicates a possibly much larger one in his life. Dean’s getting emails from his ex-lover “Alex,” (Aaron Costa Ganis) tickling a reuniting. Along the first few scenes of the movie, as we get quick moments of red-washed sex flashbacks of the More...

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By Morgan McDaniel On Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

FILM: Gimme Danger

They’ve been dirt and for the most part they don’t care. The newest offering from renowned odd ball filmmaker Jim Jarmusch is a semi stylized look into one of the most revered groups in history, The Stooges. More...

By Ralph Greco On Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

FILM: Danny Says

Danny Fields knows a lot of people. Since entering the music business through writing reviews and promotional copy (way back in 1966), one way or the other, Mr. Fields has been involved in the music of the Doors, More...

By Short and Sweet NYC On Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Movie News Happening Right Now and what the Future May Bring

You do not need me to tell you that things move with extreme speed in movie land. Sequels drop, expected blockbusters bomb at the box office, and movie stars get into huge amounts of bother. That said; let’s More...

By Tim Needles On Thursday, July 28th, 2016

FILM: The Last King

From the start, The Last King, with it’s beautifully filmed gorgeous natural landscapes has an air of epic historical drama and the images parallel the storyline. The history of the king of Norway in the 1200’s More...

By Tim Needles On Thursday, July 21st, 2016

FILM: Don’t Blink- Robert Frank

In the world of art, photographer and film director Robert Frank is as iconic as he is difficult and reclusive and the new documentary Don’t Blink from director and collaborator Laura Israel manages to examine More...

By Cynthia Parsons McDaniel On Wednesday, May 4th, 2016


This year’s Tribeca Film Festival showcased some of the most exhilarating films shown at any film festival in years. The Festival’s mission is to help filmmakers reach the broadest possible audience, enable More...

By Matthew Herzfeld On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

FILM: Hello My Name is Doris

A spirited-if-flawed inversion on a classic “coming-of-age” film, Michael Showalter’s Hello, My Name is Doris, starring Sally Field is now in theaters following an initial showing at the SXSW Film Festival More...

By Ralph Greco On Thursday, April 14th, 2016

FILM: Angel of Nanjing

Chen Si believes in a certain ‘live-no-matter-what-personal-horrors-one-encounters’ ethos. It’s a good dose of individual responsibility mixed with the Communist philosophy that to commit suicide is as much More...

By Ralph Greco On Friday, December 18th, 2015

FILM: Hitchcock/Truffaut

Kent Jones’s documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut is based around an interview filmmaker Francois Truffaut conducted with Alfred Hitchcock (which turned into a famous book of the same name) back in 1962. Reaching out More...