“BlacKkKlansman”: A History of American Injustice

Rated R 136 Minutes Released August 10 If you haven’t seen Spike Lee’s 'BlacKkKlansman' yet, put it on your movie wish list. This is a powerful film...

Eighth Grade Keeps it Real

By Nick Boyd  “Eighth Grade,” which stars relative newcomer Elsie Fisher as Kayla, is a heartfelt and relatable look at an eighth grader’s last week...

Film Review: “Crazy Rich Asians”

Rated PG-13 120 Minutes Released August 15th “Crazy Rich Asians” will be known as the movie that opened worldwide box office channels for the Asian market. First...

Film Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

(NR) 91 Minutes Released August 3rd "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" is based on a true story written in novel form Emily M. Danforth. It takes place...

“The Wife”: Passion’s Perilous Threads

 Rated R  110 Minutes  Released August 17  “The Wife” is a dark character study of relationships. Swedish director Bjorn Runge, along with novelist Meg Wolitzer and screenwriter...

Review: “Mission Impossible Fallout”

Light the fuse with Ethan Hunt in this action thriller.  By Whitney Scott Bain "Mission Impossible - Fallout", the sixth film in the franchise is the...
Modern Day Revenge and Justice – West Texas Style

Film Review: Modern Day Revenge and Justice – West Texas Style:

By Nick Boyd “Hell or High Water,” a crime drama starring Chris Pine as Toby Howard, Ben Foster as Tanner Howard, and Jeff Bridges...
“Eye in the Sky” starring Helen Mirren.

"Eye in the Sky" Film Review:

“Eye in the Sky” is a tense political thriller offering a balanced viewpoint in the rules of engagement.
Jon with Mascot Sadie Marie (deceased).

Passion at the Heart of Local Filmmaker:

Jon Bessire puts his passion and creativity at the center of his life. He makes the case for everyone to do so in his new film, “Living Lost,” which tells a story of life diminished in the board room and reawakened in the jungle.
Student Films Shine in Santa Monica.

Student Films Shine in Santa Monica:

Film fanatics from all over Southern California gathered at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica recently for an evening of fun and films. It marked the 9th year for The Pacifica Screen Student Film Festival, sponsored by Pacifica High School.