Nineteen Summers is a well done indie film which gives you a painfully honest insight into the urban life in Los Angeles. Nineteen year old De'Andre has to face multiple challenges in this coming of age story, being a young father and in the mid of a turf war. It's real, well acted and superbly directed. I recommend this film.
The lead actress is adorable and I could so relate to her. She wants to succeed, but it's so hard to adapt in this fast pacing world, specifically if you didn't grow up with social media. Funny, loveable, a cute indie comedy worth checking out!
I'm a fan of indie horror films, I enjoy watching films without the usual suspects starring in the film or a big budget to gloss over other short comings. The Evil Down the Street definitely is right up my alley in that regard! It ticks all the horror story boxes: demons, horror house, religion etc. Great story, solid acting, awesome cinematography - definitely worth watching :)
A Legacy of Whining is a buddy movie of two middle aged friends who meet up after 30 years, more or less right within their midlife crisis, trying to cope with the changing world around them. The result is a hilarious journey through awkward late night adventures, which put our protagonists in somewhat precarious situations. The movie doesn't take itself too seriously and therefore makes for really good entertainment if you enjoy such stories.
Jude Klassen is a delight! She brings this indie to life, charming the audience, and making you forget that this is indeed a low budget production. The film is funny, the style innovative and the music is great. I recommend you check it out!