Tag "LA Film Festival 2018"

LAFF: Galveston Review

You may know Nic Pizzolatto as the creator of the hit HBO series, “True Detective.” Yet not many people realize that he’s actually an author too. Of course, when you’re

LAFF: False Confessions Review

Would you ever confess to a crime that you didn’t commit? It might be easy to say no but unfortunately for you, you just made a confession to these crimes.

LAFF: Tower. A Bright Day. Review

At seemingly most every film festival, there comes a film from Europe that is so eerie and so weird that you can’t help but curious about it. After all, the

LAFF: Funke Review

Food documentaries have gone through a boom recently in the television world. Series like Netflix’s “Chef’s Table” and CNN’s “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” have captivated passionate foodies from all over

LAFF: Softness of Bodies Review

People are a funny thing. In a lifetime, you’ll probably meet a wide variety of people with a wide array of personalities. Yet we all know someone who has a

LAFF: Nomis Review

Mystery crime thrillers have become a rarity in Hollywood these days. Today’s audiences focus more on event films than they do with original films. It’s a sad reality but it

LAFF: Banana Split Review

Coming-of-age films have been the rage for as long as Hollywood has been around. There was the John Hughes era and then there was the American Pie era. Nowadays, this

LAFF: Ashes in the Snow Review

World War II has been such a black mark in human history. It has given us so many inspiring tales but it has also given us some of the biggest

LAFF: Spell Review

With as much media that’s been out there, it’s almost impossible for a film to surprise you. There’s a constant barrage of trailers, clips, and TV spots out there to

LAFF: Stuntman Review

As The Rock so eloquently said in his speech prior to the world premiere of Stuntman, stuntmen and women are the backbones of this industry. He’s never been more correct.

LAFF: Ghost Light Review

Those of you who aren’t into theater may not know of the Macbeth curse. The curse is basically the superstition that you cannot say the word Macbeth in a theater

LAFF: The Dead Center Review

Low budget horror films have been a staple in the film industry for as long as the industry has been around. If it weren’t for them we wouldn’t have Halloween

Ten films worth checking out at LA Film Festival 2018

With LA Film Festival starting tomorrow, we’ve put together a list of ten programs that you should check out during the fest. We cover a wide array of subjects and