Review: Hitler’s Hollywood

Both an insightful, well researched look into a cinematic past that’s been swept under the rug and a potentially eerie warning of things to be on the look-out for in the future, Hitler’s Hollywood looks at the special breed of blockbuster that was produced, marketed and released under the rule of the Third Reich in Germany.

Review: Broken Star

A solidly constructed riff on the kind of paranoid, B-movie thrillers that Alfred Hitchcock and Brian De Palma are best remembered for, first time feature director Dave Schwep and screenwriter David Brant’s Broken Star doesn’t reinvent or subvert genre conventions in any way, but it’s fine enough for what it is.