The Outpost is a very intense film and certainly would have benefited from a traditional theatrical release rather than home viewing. The military thriller from director Rod Lurie is based on Jake Tapper’s book of the same name. The film focuses in on a small group of American soldiers based at the Combat Outpost Keating. The remote outpost happens to be located at the bottom of an Afghanistan valley surrounded by mountains. It’s here where…"The Outpost Is An Intense Film"
Nicole Maines delivers a commanding presence in Bit as the film becomes the queer feminist vampire movie that we’ve been needing for so long. A brief prologue introduces V-Squad, led by Duke (Diana Hopper), before cutting to Laurel’s (Nicole Maines) Central Oregon High graduation. Laurel’s still figuring out who she is in terms of what she wants to do with her life. Before embarking on her future, she’s off on a road trip to visit…"Frameline 2019: Bit: An Instant Feminist Vampire Classic"