A fun, breezy documentary about one PEZ collector who went head to head with the company’s President.
A tons-of-fun, low budget horror midnighter that plays like a goofy version of “The Blair Witch Project.”
The emotional punch is substantial, and this isn’t a pleasant film to watch. It’s the compassion and humanity that makes this documentary so interesting and meaningful.
An inside look at the popular Canadian comedy troupe that has been making people laugh for over four decades.
A darkly satirical (and deadly) tale of female friendship and the toxicity that can creep its way in.
Story-wise, I wish “Bitch Ass” was a bit more creative — but how can you not like a horror character with a name like that?