Lessons From Your ForeBEARS – Walking Out

https://youtu.be/DAMmyBATXzg Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog There’s a truly wonderful moment in Alex and Andrew Smith’s survival drama, Walking Out, that not only encapsulates the themes and dramatic tension of the film itself, but all of the major modern wilderness films that came before it. Sitting against a … Continue reading Lessons From Your ForeBEARS – Walking Out

What Did Jack Do?-Now on Netflix

Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Writer/Director/Producer David Lynch is a singular artist who has been making films since the 60s. His first feature, Eraserhead was released in 1977, and he’s still going strong. To even attempt to describe Lynch’s style, words like strange, weird, avant garde, and unconventional come to … Continue reading What Did Jack Do?-Now on Netflix

Alison Brie Shines in Horse Girl

Review by Andrew Sweatman, Senior Editor at Arthouse Garage Many films don’t become widely available for months after they premiere, but as streaming continues to become more and more ubiquitous, sometimes that window becomes much shorter. That’s the case for the new Jeff Baena-directed film Horse Girl, a psychological thriller which premiered at Sundance on … Continue reading Alison Brie Shines in Horse Girl

Episode 614: Top 5 Movies of 2019

https://youtu.be/9ywkZnWMLzY Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode Jason Godbey and EJ Argenio give their top 5 movie recommendations from 2019 including See You Yesterday, The Lighthouse, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and more. No Rest for the Weekend is now live on Patreon. Support us there and receive our e-book, … Continue reading Episode 614: Top 5 Movies of 2019

Satan & Adam- Now on Netflix

Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Here's a review for one you may have missed. Satan & Adam is a documentary about Adam Gussow and how he met and came to play the blues with a man who calls himself Mister Satan. The story begins in 1986 when a young Adam … Continue reading Satan & Adam- Now on Netflix

Angelfish- A Bronx Love Story

https://youtu.be/8mBp2uXjq1M Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Love in the Marble Hill section of the Bronx isn’t easy. In Angelfish, two young lovers find each other in this modern day Romeo and Juliet tale from Director Peter Lee. Brendon (Jimi Stanton) works in the deli section of a grocery store where … Continue reading Angelfish- A Bronx Love Story

Dolemite Is His Name

https://youtu.be/Ws1YIKsuTjQ Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions “How’d my life get so small?” wonders a sullen Rudy Ray Moore at the beginning of Dolemite Is My Name. Rudy Ray went to Hollywood as a young man but found no success despite trying anything and everything to make it in show business.  … Continue reading Dolemite Is His Name

Episode 412: Dave Prokopec

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions In this episode filmmaker/cinematographer Dave Prokopec talks about his career as a filmmaker and a Director of Photography. This is a great episode for budding cinematographers. No Rest for the Weekend is now live on YouTube, iTunes, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Spotify, and Google Play. Please remember to … Continue reading Episode 412: Dave Prokopec

Episode 410: 2018 Film Festival Review

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions In this episode No Rest for the Weekend Corespondent Ilaria Malvezzi and host Jason Godbey review the film festivals of 2018 including: The Bushwick Film Festival, Catskill Film Festival, Katra Film Series, Venice Film Week, Bowery Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Big Apple Film … Continue reading Episode 410: 2018 Film Festival Review

Episode 405: Matthew Taylor

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This is the most dangerous episode of No Rest for the Weekend yet. Director Matthew Taylor talks about his film The Creepy Line. If you're a documentary filmmaker, this episode is a must-see. No Rest for the Weekend is now live on  YouTube, iTunes, Pocket … Continue reading Episode 405: Matthew Taylor