Archive for the ‘Indie Film Spotlight’ Category

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INDIE FILM SPOTLIGHT: Atrocious

UTG’s Indie Film Spotlight highlights a new/recent/upcoming independent film that we feel you need to see. The Harry Potters of the world will always be successful and easily available on Netflix, but indies need your help and contributions to survive and thrive. Just like local elections, your decisions really do matter here. Support independent cinema!

(If you’re a filmmaker or production company looking to have a film featured, please email utgjames@gmail.com.)

We watch a lot of horror movies around UTG, especially this time of year. One of the traits we’ve found more and more this season than in years past …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Iwrestledabearonce in “A Beary Scary Movie”

Film: A Beary Scary Movie
Director: Justin Beasley
Studio: KOTK Productions / Century Media Records
Release: Spring 2012

(Caution: light spoilers ahead. If you want to know absolutely nothing about the plot, read the first and last paragraph only).

Iwrestledabearonce are a band unafraid to hoist the flag of metal high into the sky and venture into unknown territory. Since forming in 2007 they have, at a relentless pace, set the heavy world ablaze with their technical take on the genre while simultaneously ushering throngs of new listeners into the scene with a bombastic stage show …

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INDIE FILM SPOTLIGHT: The Woman

UTG’s Indie Film Spotlight highlights a new/recent/upcoming independent film that we feel you need to see. The Harry Potters of the world will always be successful and easily available on Netflix, but indies need your help and contributions to survive and thrive. Just like local elections, your decisions really do matter here. Support independent cinema!

(If you’re a filmmaker or production company looking to have a film featured, please email utgjames@gmail.com.)

Ever since its solo-protested debut at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Lucky McKee’s The Woman has been one of the most talked about films of the year. Now, following …

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Indie Film Spotlight: Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil

We’re sure you’ve noticed by now, but film has been becoming a very large part of Under The Gun Review. We are all huge film buffs and felt we could save everyone a few clicks by expanding our coverage (and honestly, it’s nice not having to write about (insert band) premiereing/unveiling/announcing (insert event) over and over again).

This spotlight will highlight a new/recent/upcoming independent film that we feel you need to see. The Harry Potters of the world will always be successful and easily available on Netflix, but indies need your help and contributions to survive and thrive. Just like …

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INDIE FILM SPOTLIGHT: Madison County

We’re sure you’ve noticed by now, but film has been becoming a very large part of Under The Gun Review. We are all huge film buffs and felt we could save everyone a few clicks by expanding our coverage (and honestly, it’s nice not having to write about (insert band) premiereing/unveiling/announcing (insert event) over and over again).

When we decided to begin unveiling our new weekly features, we knew film needed to play a role as well. At first we thought about going big and trying to hit up red carpets and private events, but then realized that would mean …

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INDIE FILM SPOTLIGHT: Dragonslayer

Under The Gun Review is excited to debut our new INDIE FILM SPOTLIGHT with a feature on Tristan Patterson’s Dragonslayer. Click through now to learn more about this exciting new film!