cults

Disclaimer: This article is meant as entertainment and is not legal advice. Please consult independent legal counsel if you plan on burning a cult leader’s initials into your skin and before joining a cult in the first place. At least paying your lawyer’s fees is a legal form of masochism. 

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are rapidly asserting themselves as THE powerhouse duo of indie genre cinema magic. Perhaps a bit hyperbolic to throw the "genius" tag at the pair just yet, but when it comes to low budget insanity, these guys are doing it with more originality than just about any filmmaker on the market. Their latest venture, The Endless, completes a trio of gems that'll live on long after studios finally recognize the team's knack for manipulating tired gimmicks and making something entirely new and infinitely consumable.

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Scott Nicholson’s The Red Church builds its foundation on southern ghost stories. Shadowed by the ancient Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, a church was constructed in the late 19th century.

The Master

Things are about to get sophisticated!

Find out if John Hawkes is more Jim Jones or Charles Manson in the 2011 indie sensation "Martha Marcy May Marlene."

Kill List

"Kill List" opens on a small dinner party. Jay and Gal, two average looking English blokes, eat a lovely meal prepared by Jay's wife. Gal has a new lady friend by his side. The friends laugh and, by all appearances, enjoy a happy night. Slowly but surely, marital tension begins to seep out of the glances between Jay and wife Shel. The creep of caustic remarks mixes with a healthy flow of alcohol before eventually erupting into a full-bore domestic incident. Gal, obviously familiar with this scene, acts quickly to settle his friends' young son, and to defuse the near-violent exchange.