Movie Critics and Audience Viewers Never Think Alike

Is it just me, or has the gap between critics and regular viewers become wider than usual? Movies that critics love, viewers find disappointing. Current examples include Wolf of Wall Street, Her, 12 Years a Slave. All of these were loved by Critics and given 5 stars very frequently. But by the public… mediocre, ripped […]

An Idiots Guide – Short Film with Notes From The Director

Well after having our lead actor go MIA and 5 inches of rain pour down in half an hour, seeping into Bowbarr and delaying our shoot, we are proud to present our latest short “An Idiot’s Guide (On How Not to be an Idiot)”. This movie is only possible after years of extensive research where […]

Documentary Films, A Retro Wave of Comfort?

I read an article this week at http://www.vulture.com/2013/04/edelstein-documentary-is-better-than-filmmaking.html – and wanted to do more than drop a mention and a tweet, however time was slim, as somehow this week’s been action packed. Still, the thought lingered for more than a minute, so I was convinced it had me wanting to open it up for discussion. Why are […]

Movie Sequels, Trilogies, Prequels & Correlations in the Economy

We often hear about how Hollywood is churning out sequels left and right more so today than ever before. Even movies that were not that big are getting sequels these days (example: Grown Ups 2), or even movies that were full on flops (Smurfs 2?!), or sequels that should have long been killed (Scary Movie […]

Commentary About The Filming of The Torment – All In One Day

Guest post from our own Bryan Reklis. (Editor Note: If I could sync this piece to the film as a sort of commentary, I would). Hello person. I’m glad that you are looking at these words right now. I’m going to write more words about the filming process of The Torment (a short horror film […]