Frank Borzage’s hybrid of genres has apparently been a film that has been neglected for a long time and not given a proper restoration. With Criterion they ensure a long lasting release of what is a pretty engaging mix of drama, comedy, romance, and yes, a disaster film. I’m not sure if I was as wild about “History is Made at Night” as most movie buffs seem to be, but Frank Borzage’s film is a success at being entertaining and engaging. Borzage is able to bounce between themes rather well, balancing out dread and whimsical romance well.
Following a traumatic incident, a father and daughter try to bond and build something together when they get taken hostage by couple looking for loot.
In the fictional town of Chucalissa, MS, a young woman on the run finds refuge and a new identity in an erotic dance club called The Pynk. Created by show runner Katori Hall, P-Valley is now streaming on the Starz app.
Two women hiking through the desert to their possible freedom from a cult are confronted by the reality that leaving this cult may not be as simple as physically leaving it. Continue reading
When Sophie is hired to pet sit for a rich client in the countryside, she doesn’t expect much action. Unfortunately for her, a trio of burglar soon turn her quiet gig into a home invasion nightmare. To survive, she must get the help of a woman she does not know through an app for the blind that she uses regularly.
Having previously reviewed his short film Abi and having been send Venus, I figured it was past due for a watch of every short film I could get my eyes on from Timothy Troy. So, without further ado, here are a handful of them and a link where to find them below.
A drug dealer looking to get out of the business and open a body shop needs to do one last job to be allowed out. Of course, things don’t go as planned in this one-shot thriller.