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Photo by aryokmateus, CC0 Creative Commons Poker Night (2014)


Horror and poker are two genres that few people would ordinarily consider mixing in a film. Nevertheless, that’s what director Greg Francis did back in 2014 with the crime thriller Poker Night. It is by no means a run-of-the-mill horror movie. It was Francis’ first foray into the world of theatrical features, having been a veteran of directing television shows for many years. The film centers on a police detective, Stan Jeter, played by Beau Mirchoff, who becomes embroiled in a cat-and-mouse duel after being kidnapped by a serial killer. The film uses flashbacks to symbolize the emotional turmoil that Jeter goes through with the... Read More

Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir - a great Short Movie Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir - a great Short Movie


David E. Munz-Maire’s new short film, “Chateau Sauvignon” is a very nice piece of work. There’s just one problem with it. It’s only 13 minutes long... "Chateau Sauvignon: terroir" follows Nicolas, the isolated adolescent son of a ruined vintner family, who finds himself torn between obeying his boorish father and saving his ailing mother. When a doting woman and her indifferent son arrive for a wine tasting, Nicolas sees an opportunity to help his mother and prove his worth to his father. However, his wayward plan quickly takes a turn for the worse, putting his family's secretive murderous ways in peril of being unearthed... Read More