Indiewire –March 2015
DVD REVIEW: "Wolfy, The Incredible Secret"
Traditional animation buffs might take note of the feature length Wolfy, The Incredible Secret - just out this week on DVD from Random Media, in partnership with Cinedigm - a story of political machinations, anamorphic animal hierarchy and gypsy fantasy - traditionally hand-drawn with a look that leans far away
Guardian –August 2014
The real Men in Black, Hollywood and the great UFO cover-up
In a new documentary, US government agents claim they spent decades giving fake evidence of extraterrestrials to gullible ufologists. But why? And how can we trust them now?
Hidden among the avalanche of documents leaked by Edward Snowden were
ADVOCATE names Around The Block to its a top 10 of week:
Directed by Sarah Spillane, Around the Block stars Christina Ricci as Dino Chalmers, a teacher who finds she won’t be teaching just Shakespeare in Sydney’s impoverished Redfern district. Many of her students are Aboriginal, and one in particular, Liam (Hunter Page-Lochard)
BritFlix raves about For Those In Peril
‘For Those In Peril’ is a really strong debut from director/writer Paul Wright. Its take on folklore in the modern day feels fresh, and the depiction of the ostracisation of Aaron by the rest of the locals is interesting to watch. It is also
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW:
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW can be considered many things, be it psychological horror, pitch black comedy or surrealist sci-fi, but between the subversive elements within, one thing is certain: ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW is likely not cut out for the average filmgoer. Director Randy Moore’s debut is a sincerely fascinating film, unraveling a strange,
USA TODAY April 5th
At age 83, Sean Connery has come out of movie retirement to ride a skateboard on-screen.
At least that's what Connery's animated character Sir Billi does in Guardian of the Highlands, now out on Blu-Ray/DVD and on demand.
The Hollywood icon best known as portraying British spy James Bond took on his first major animated role