A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

A troubled investigative journalist is assigned to write a profile on Mr. Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. In 1998, Lloyd Vogel (Lloyd Vogel) is assigned by his editor at “Esquire” magazine to write a profile on children’s television host Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks) for an upcoming piece about heroes. Lloyd has been […]

Review: Daniel Isn’t Real

A young man’s psyche is slowly torn apart by his “imaginary” friend in Daniel Isn’t Real. Luke (Miles Robbins) is a college freshman, who is constantly worried about his mentally unstable mother Claire (Mary Stuart Masterson). Fearing that he may be following down her footsteps, Luke visits Dr. Cornelius Braun (Chukwudi Iwuji), who advises him […]

The Two Popes

Review: The Two Popes

The contrasting ideologies between Pope Benedict XVI and his successor Pope Francis are examined in The Two Popes. Following the death of John Paul II in 2005, conservative German Cardinal Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger (Anthony Hopkins) is elected the new leader of the Catholic Church as Pope Benedict XVI. Fast forward to 2012 and the Catholic […]

Marriage Story

Review: Marriage Story

The divorce of a young couple becomes increasingly less amicable in Marriage Story. After a decade of marriage, actress Nicole (Scarlett Johansson) and theatre director Charlie (Adam Driver) have decided to split up. Cast in a new TV role, Nicole travels with her son Henry (Azhy Robertson) home to Los Angeles, staying with her mother […]

Z

BITS 2019: Z

An 8-year-old boy’s new friend turns out to be more than just imaginary in Z. Elizabeth Parsons (Keegan Connor Tracy) and her husband Kevin (Sean Rogerson) discovers that their 8-year-old son Josh (Jett Klyne) has a new imaginary friend that he simply calls “Z.” Elizabeth and Josh initially play along with Josh, however, something doesn’t […]

Knives Out

Review: Knives Out

A famed private investigator looks into the mysterious death of a mystery writer in Knives Out. The morning after his 85th birthday, famed mystery writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead of an apparent suicide. Following the funeral, police Lieutenant Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield) and Trooper Wagner (Noah Segan) are joined by private investigator Benoit […]

Deep Six

BITS 2019: Deep Six

A group of astronauts are at risk of being stranded in deep space in Deep Six. The crew of The Terminal are the first astronauts to travel into deep space, on an extended mission to study microbial life. However, tragedy strikes when Wing Commander Duke Cagle (Tahmoh Penikett) is killed in action and Athea Hixon […]

Hunter's Moon

BITS 2019: Hunter’s Moon

A video game launch party turns deadly with the arrival of an apparent werewolf in Hunter’s Moon. August (Steven Morana) is the lead programmer of the video game Werewolves Awaken Online, an adaptation of a card game created by Brian (Art Hindle). August and his friend Stan (Marco Timpano) are invited by publicist Remy (Ari […]

Majic

BITS 2019: Majic

A YouTuber finds herself caught up in a decades-old UFO conspiracy in Majic. Pippa Bernwood (Paula Brancati) is a young woman who hosts The Alarm Clock, a YouTube series that sets out to debunk conspiracy theories. Under the backdrop of the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, Bernwood is contacted by Richard Anderson (Richard Fitzpatrick), a man […]

The Nights Before Christmas

BITS 2019: The Nights Before Christmas

The axe-wielding killers dressed as Santa and Mrs. Claus return in The Nights Before Christmas. It has been one year since the killing spree of Nicolas Conway (Simon Phillips) and Michelle Weaver (Jennifer Willis), who terrorized the town of Woodbridge, dressed as Santa and Mrs. Claus respectively. With survivors Courtney (Keegan Chambers) and Jennifer (Shannon […]