TADFF18: I’ll Take Your Dead

A man makes it his job to make bodies disappear in I’ll Take Your Dead. William (Aidan Devine) is a man known in criminal circles as “The Candy Butcher,” who is able to make dead bodies disappear upon request. Living alone with his daughter Gloria (Ava Preston), who is able to see ghosts of the victims, […]

TADFF18: Tigers Are Not Afraid

A gang of kids try to escape the cartel violence in Mexico in Tigers Are Not Afraid. Estrella (Paola Lara) is an 11 year old girl in a Mexican city torn apart by local cartels and corrupt political candidate El Chino (Tenoch Huerta). Estrella makes a wish that her missing mother comes back and ends up being followed […]

Review: Knuckleball

A 12 year old boy struggles to survive a trip to his grandfather’s farm in Knuckleball. Despite some apprehension from his mother Mary (Kathleen Munroe), 12 year old Henry (Luca Villacis) is dropped off at the farm of his grandfather Jacob (Michael Ironside), while Henry’s parents go to a funeral. Despite being relatively estranged from the family, Jacob quickly […]

Review: First Man

The journey to bring man to the moon is documented in First Man. Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling) is an aeronautical engineer, who joins the NASA space program to bring a man to the moon. With his worried wife Janet (Claire Foy) home to care for his family, Armstrong joins fellow astronauts Ed White (Jason Clarke), Buzz Aldrin (Corey Stoll), and […]

TADFF18 Must See Pick: Satan’s Slaves

A family experiences paranormal activity following the death of their mother in Satan’s Slaves. Rini (Tara Basro) lives with her parents and brothers Tony (Endy Arfian), Bondi (Nasar Annuz), and Ian (M. Adhiyat) at an isolated house beside a cemetery. Rini’s mother (Ayu Laksmi), a formerly popular singer, has been sick in bed for a number […]

TADFF18 Must See Pick: Mega Time Squad

A low-level thug gains the ability to travel in time in Mega Time Squad. Johnny (Anton Tennet) is a low-level drug dealer in Thames, New Zealand, who hangs with his friend Gaz (Arlo Gibson) and does petty tasks for the local crime boss Shelton (Johnny Brugh). When an opportunity to steal Chinese Triad money arises, Johnny takes a chance to […]

Review: A Star is Born

A successful musician helps lead a young woman to stardom, while his own career begins a downward spiral, in A Star is Born. Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) is a successful country rock musician, who constantly plays sold out show, yet offstage is secretly struggling with alcoholism, much to the frustration of his older brother and manager Bobby […]

Review: Let the Corpses Tan

A gold robbery results in an epic shootout in Let the Corpses Tan. After robbing 250kg of gold, a gang arrives at the remote ruins of a Mediterranean hamlet to hide out. However, the sudden arrival of cops results in an epic shootout to break out, with the last one left standing to get the gold. […]

Review: Bad Reputation

The career of Joan Jett is chronicled in Bad Reputation. Since she has been very young, Joan Jett had the ambition to become a rock star, despite the industry having a bias against women. When she was still a teenager, Jett co-founded the all female punk rock group The Runaways, which experienced great success in the […]

Review: Night School

A high school dropout sets out to earn his GED in Night School. Teddy Walker (Kevin Hart) is a high school dropout, who tries very hard to hide this fact from his fiance Lisa (Megalyn Echikunwoke), out of fear that she’s out of his league. When Teddy suddenly finds himself out of work, he is offered a […]