From March 30 – April 9 the Dallas International Film Festival returns and the first 11 films have been announced online! ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL A BAD IDEA GONE WRONG BOMB CITY Rami Malek in BUSTER’S MAL HEART 44 PAGES FRANTZ INTO THE WHO KNOWS! Charlie Hunnam & Tom Holland in THE LOST CITY OF Z THE… Continue reading DIFF 2017: First 11 films announced!
On February 25th the world lost not just a great actor, but a wonderful person all around. Bill Paxton passed away at the age of 61, still producing fantastic work and never stopping once. At the time of his passing he was working on the CBS cop drama TRAINING DAY, based on the film by… Continue reading Bill Paxton: Actor, Filmmaker, Texan Legend
It’s that time of the year again for the Southwest’s premiere horror convention. Texas Frightmare Weekend is hosting its 11th event at the Hyatt Regency DFW. If you are a fan of all things horror, this is the convention to checkout. At this year’s convention, attendees can meet special guests from some of the top… Continue reading TEXAS FRIGHTMARE WEEKEND 2016
Last week I had the chance to watch the film Spaghettiman by Heckbender, which had a special 2 day screening at the 2016 Dallas International Film Festival. This film tells the story of Clark, not Kent, (played by Ben Crutcher) who’s a slacker and lives with his best friend Dale (played by Winston Carter). Dale aspires to become… Continue reading Spaghettiman, the hero for hire!
From the studio that produced Sinner and Saints (2010) comes the new Indie Horror-Action film Daylight’s End! The film is produced by Throttle Films, a Dallas production company, and is directed by William Kaufman. Kaufman studied film at the University of North Texas and worked his way through the film industry. He’s worked with actors as Award… Continue reading Texas Independent Film Preview: “Daylight’s End”