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  • I Dream of a Psychopomp

    ★★★½

  • Office Invasion

  • Camping Trip

  • Shark Side of the Moon

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  • I Dream of a Psychopomp

    I Dream of a Psychopomp

    ★★★½

    I Dream of a Psychopomp is not a documentary about the 90s-era industrial band Psychopomps. What it is, is a collection of three short films and a wraparound all directed by Danny Villanueva Jr. (Jason Voorsneeze, Greg the Grouchy Gremlin) and co-writer J. Anthony Ramos (Charlie and the Empty Factories).

    The wraparound is the story of Kerry (Elohim Peña, Behind Closed Eyes, Losing Grip), a man struggling to get over the loss of his wife Evelyn (Kulani Kai, She Is…

  • Office Invasion

    Office Invasion

    Office Invasion is the latest in a long line of films to use science fiction as a vehicle to poke fun at society. Writer Gareth Crocker (Dead Places, Shadow) and co-director Fred Wolmarans (Dead Places, Shadow) have come up with an idea that not only takes shots at corporate culture and the treatment of workers, but being a South African film also becomes a fairly direct parable about colonialism.

    Three friends Sam (Rea Rangaka, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Troy: Fall of…

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  • Captive

    Captive

    ★★★★

    Captive opens with Lily (Tori Kostic,Altergeist) and Neil (Jarius Carey, Beverly Hills Bandits) in the woods. Lily has a very noticeable bruise on her forehead. Given the film’s title (it was shot and played festivals as Katherine’s Lullaby)the first assumption is he is responsible. And this is only the first time this film will have you making false assumptions. As it turns out it was her stepfather, whom she’s running away from who gave her it and several others.

    When…

  • Shark Side of the Moon

    Shark Side of the Moon

    The biggest surprise about Shark Side of the Moon is that, in a genre that’s already seen Sharks of the Corn, Sharkula, Ouija Shark, and even Shark Encounters of the Third Kind, it took so long for someone to use the title. What shouldn’t be so surprising is that it was The Asylum that did it and it makes its bow as a Tubi Original, part of Bitefest, the streaming service’s Shark Month.

    During the Cold War, the Soviets were…