Josh Miller



What we fear is different for each and every person, and yet it’s something that is so easy to relate to as we all fear something. Fear of loss of security and fear of isolation are both extremely common fears, and both are tapped into in AMITYVILLE: NO ESCAPE, the […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: AMITYVILLE NO ESCAPE 2016 dir. Henrique Couto


Brushes with failure, death and other traumas can be permanently affecting. What hits us at a young age can carry through for the remainder of our lives, leading to a dark path if not dealt with properly. Eric Widing’s latest film PRIMORDIAL delves into what happens when that damage isn’t […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: PRIMORDIAL 2015 dir. Eric Widing



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Since beginning this path as a film critic, some things that I have begun to notice are recurring trends in cinema. We have these waves of different genres cresting throughout history, with varying degrees of quality. One trend that I’m enjoying seeing as of late is the Western. Whether the […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: CALAMITY JANE’S REVENGE 2015 dir. Henrique Couto


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When I think of comfort films, my ultimate movie would be a hybrid of the works of John Hughes and John Waters. Funny, full of heart, with a sick sense of humor, not afraid of pushing the boundaries. Thankfully, I was given a glimpse into that world with Sickening Pictures […]

GOT TIME FOR A QUICKIE?: EAT IT UP 2015 dir. ...


┬áIn film, as with music, you can aim for broader appeal, so as to achieve mass saturation, or you can target a niche audience, and really hammer it home with that group. With APPLECART, Dustin Wayde Mills tackles topics usually embraced more in the broader approach, but does so with […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: APPLECART 2015 dir. Dustin Wayde Mills