Academy award-winning Spanish Director Mateo Gil astounds with his new science fiction drama Realive, which follows a terminally ill man named Marc as he decides to have his body cryogenically preserved so that he might have a chance to experience th... READ MORE
The Limehouse Golem : On the surface, The Limehouse Golem might appear to be another over-stylized take on the gothic horror genre, but the film directed by Juan Carlos Medina forges its own identity with tantalizing twists. The plot centers on Scotl... READ MORE
Nicholas Bushman's horror thriller Union Furnace centers on a small town con man who gets mixed up in a deadly game for the chance to win a large sum of money. Borrowing Tape got the chance to interview the director about his acclaimed second film a... READ MORE
It’s a tale as old as time—not just of Beauty and the Beast, but the whole global enterprise Disney has created to further monetize their name towards an adoring and all too eager audience. The most recent venture from the House of Mouse has been ada... READ MORE
Director Otto Bell presented his documentary The Eagle Huntress at the 2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival. His debut movie, about a 13-year-old Mongolian girl who dreams of being the first female eagle hunter in her country, has garnered c... READ MORE
Lost in Paris : Starring and directed by the husband-and-wife creative duo of Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon, Lost in Paris follows a Canadian librarian who goes in search of her missing elderly Aunt Martha in Paris. Once there, she meets a homeles... READ MORE
Anecdotist by nature, film critic by choice. My favorite directors are Christopher Nolan, Wes Anderson, Makoto Shinkai, and pre-2010 Tim Burton (but I’m partial to most movies with clever velociraptors and weird-looking cats).