black comedy

UTG’s 31 Days Of Halloween: ‘Rubber’

Of all the holidays celebrated worldwide, no single day is loved by the UTG staff more than Halloween. With October’s arrival, the time has finally come to begin rolling out a slew of features and special announcements we have prepared in celebration of our favorite day. Now in its fourth year, 31 Days Of Halloween […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Voices’ Blends Murder, Comedy, And Mental Illness With Mixed Results

Film: The Voices Starring: Ryan Reynolds Directed By: Marjane Satrapi Part black comedy, part cautionary tale of untreated mental disease, The Voices is an uneven murderous romp carried almost entirely by its star. Ryan Reynolds stars as Jerry, a seemingly mild-mannered factory worker living above an abandoned bowling alley somewhere in middle America. Jerry appears […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife’ Delivers Big, Inconsistent Laughs

Film: Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife Starring: Donald Faison, Patrick Wilson Directed By: Scott Foley Following a long tradition of comedic films about murder that never find the right groove, Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife is an inconsistent romp that works more often than not. Ward is a full-grown man with a decent job, a beautiful new […]

MOVIE TRAILER: A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy

Hollywood is either truly low on ideas or being direct is this year’s hip thing to do. Titles like Bad Teacher, Horrible Bosses, and now A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy leave little to the imagination and make one thing very clear: filth is about to run amuck. Jason Sudeikis stars (again) in this upcoming raunch-fest. Click […]

IFF BOSTON: Wrap-up/Top films

Editor/Founder James Shotwell has finally recovered from IFF Boston and brings us a final review of the festival, as well as he favorite flicks. Click through to learn more about this great indie experience and which films you’ll need to see this Fall!