SXSW Film: My Blind Brother Interview

"My Blind Brother" is a new comedy from writer/director Sophie Goodhart about the rivalry between two brothers during a charity swim competition. Lost in Reviews staffers Britt Batschke & Josh Davis were on the "My Blind Brother" SXSW premiere's red carpet to talk to the director and cast about the upcoming comedy. Hear from Jenny... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film: War on Everyone Interviews

'War on Everyone' spins the buddy cop genre on its head in this wildly hilarious dark comedy. Two corrupt cops in New Mexico set out to blackmail and frame criminals, but things escalate and get crazily out of control. Lost in Reviews staffer Bethany caught the "War on Everyone" premiere at SXSW and had a... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film: Trapped Interviews

Director Dawn Porter premiered 'Trapped' at SXSW 2016, a documentary exploring Southern women's clinics attempts to survive after an increase in TRAP legislation since 2010. Lost in Reviews staffer Josh Davis was on the "Trapped" premiere's red carpet to talk to the documentary's subjects and participants, including former Texas Senator Wendy Davis.

SXSW Film Review: Midnight Special

A child with an array of special powers needs transported to a specific location while avoiding capture by the government. That's the plot to "Midnight Special." It's also the plot to Disney's "Race Witch Mountain," and I liked the remake with the Rock a lot more than the garbled nonsense in "Midnight Special". No, no... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film Review: Pee-wee’s Big Holiday

The laugh. The hair. The bowtie. After a 25+ year absence, Pee-wee Herman is back and bringing the laughs once again. The quirky character known for his ideallic 50s-esque humor designed for both children and adults is back with "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" thanks to the support of Judd Apatow and Netflix. Paul Reubens, the star... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film Review: Everybody Wants Some

At one point during Richard Linklater's "Everybody Wants Some", a group of the characters is sitting around getting stoned, listening to Van Halen and discussing what art is. One character sagely describes the music saying that anyone can work within a framework, but what Van Halen does is find the tangents within the framework and... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film: Another Evil

"Another Evil" was directed by Carson D. Mell (writer on "Eastbound & Down" and "Silicon Valleyā€¯) and starring Steve Zissis ("Togetherness") and Mark Proksch ("Squat-Cobbler"/"Better Call Saul") and tells the story of Dan (Zissis) trying to get rid of a couple of ghosts in his family vacation home and Os (Proksch) the professional ghost hunter... Continue Reading →

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