Author: filmsnobreviews

August 19, 2018 /

Halloween comes early to VIDI Space as The Harvesters makes its long-awaited online premiere on August 18th, 2018!

Synopsis: On Halloween in Baileyville, Oklahoma, a journalist who prides herself on objective reporting discovers that she is trapped in the middle of a series of horrifying murders and disappearances. When the terror intensifies and a countdown begins, the people closest to Jane are put in danger and her journalistic stance on “not becoming the story” is put to the ultimate test.

Set and shot in Oklahoma, The Harvesters will play twice at www.VIDI.live for subscribers to enjoy, with a special live introduction by writer/director Nick Sanford. Those without a subscription can pay $5 for a three-day pass to access The Harvesters as well as all other content on VIDI Space!

August 18, 2018 /
August 17, 2018 /

We’re back again and this week we’re offering you EVEN MORE picks. Check these out and let us know if you have any recommendations for next week. Or even theme weeks you’d like us to do. Be sure to hit us up on all our platforms and maybe donate to our Patreon or buy shirt both links at the end of the article

August 17, 2018 /
August 10, 2018 /

Netflix. With millions of customers here in the United States, there’s a ton of choices for cinephile and common film fan as well. Here at FilmSnobReviews I and my entire crew from here in the good ole U.S of A have decided to pick one film per week from the streaming giant. No television shows will be selected. Without further ado here’s our Netflix Pix for the week of August 10th.

August 9, 2018 /

Title: Tag
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Jeff Tomsic
Starring: Ed Helms, Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm
Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins

August 7, 2018 /
August 4, 2018 /
July 30, 2018 /

Title: Candy Jar
MPAA Rating: TV-14
Director: Ben Shelton
Starring: Jacob LatimoreSami GayleTom Bergeron
Runtime: 1 hr 32 mins

July 25, 2018 /

Title: The Escape
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Director: Dominic Savage
Starring: Gemma ArtertonDominic CooperJalil Lespert
Runtime: 
1 hr 41 mins