Filmcast Episode 140 – Tap Boy

A local drug dealer has taken over his grandmother’s flat, using it as a base of operations and often terrorizing the senior to keep her quiet. Within this house, a young teenage boy named Noah works for the dealer, albeit out of fear, running for him or caring for the grandmother.

But one night he encounters something that uplifts his imagination: a performance of tap dancing on the television. The dance ignites his imagination, giving him a spot of brightness in an otherwise grim life as a runner for the drug gang. But when his dream begins to take him away from his duties, he confronts the ire of his bosses and faces a terrible choice.

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Filmcast Episode 139 – Session Man

Classic hard rock band Raging Kings is making a new record. Talented session guitarist McQueen is called in to replace their disgruntled band member for one recording session. Could this be his one shot at success?

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Filmcast Episode 138 – BUDD-E

BUDD-E follows a woman who is spending a birthday alone, then decides to order a virtual buddy to spend the rest of the day with.

Stay tuned towards the end as we are joined by one of the actors from the film.

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BlackBerry Movie Review

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