It’s a full-on war for who is going to come out on top in the second season of Gangs of London.Logan and Henry share a pint and reflect on and review the season, now streaming on AMC +.
“Finn Wallace was the most powerful criminal in London. But now he’s dead – and nobody knows who ordered the hit. It’s up to Sean Wallace, with the help of the Dumani family and Elliot Finch, to take his father’s place.”
Bob Ward interviews the writer/director Alison Locke about her new film The Apology. They discuss making the film, working with Anna Gunn & Janeane Garofalo, and more. The film is currently streaming on AMC+ and Shudder
“Twenty years after the disappearance of her daughter, a recovering alcoholic is preparing to host her family’s Christmas celebration when her estranged ex-bother-in-law arrives unannounced, bearing nostalgic gifts and a heavy secret.”
“It’s Christmas Eve and Tori just wants to get drunk and party, but when a robotic Santa Claus at a nearby toy store goes haywire and begins a rampant killing spree through her small town, she’s forced into a battle for survival.”
“A group of superstar influencers are drawn to a reclusive billionaire’s mansion only to find themselves trapped in the lair of an evil vampire. The only way out is to be saved by a famous online gamer and an old school vampire hunter.”
Toby Amies is a documentarian that uses himself as a storytelling device. The sincere first-person interview style of his Great Gardenseries, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, and now In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50 introduces audiences to what he lovingly calls “monomaniacal” characters in vulnerable states. Toby’s presence appears through his disembodied voice, engaging film subjects with compassion and creating space for viewers to fill. It’s an immersive style of filmmaking that adds layers to every project.