Category Archives: Indie Film

Three Years on WordPress

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Don’t Miss Jack Goes Home

Thomas Dekker’s new delightfully creepy psychological thriller, Jack Goes Home, is an intriguing dive into a young man’s overwhelming grief. It was a favorite at the 2016 SXSW and is being released today, October 14, 2016, to selected theaters, and … Continue reading

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“Last Days of Summer” Premieres at Rhode Island International Film Festival

“Last Days of Summer” is a story about Mike (Fichtner), who feels life is passing him by, and Jenna (McNamee), the young woman next door, who is trapped in a tumultuous marriage to Scott (Rosenbaum). Relationships start to ravel when Mike becomes attracted to Jenna. It looks to be an intense view into obsession and dissatisfaction with life. Continue reading

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