In a year that has seen quite a number of films tackle the subject of addiction, Unlovable goes in a different route than one might expect: humor. Sex and love is never quite enough for Joy (Charlene deGuzman) no matter how hard she tries to fill this hole. This is the thing about addiction–even when you think you have enough, there’s a need for more. The film starts out with Joy penning her suicide letter…"Unlovable tackles Sex, Love Addiction"
Daphne and Velma is a film that brings a female friendship to the center while updating the Scooby-Doo universe for a new generation. Ridge Valley High School is populated by all sorts of state of the art technology created by Tobias Bloom (Brooks Forester). Whether it’s phones, earbuds, or the Bloom Bracket, Bloom’s footprint is all over the school. Similar to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Bloom out does himself every year. The tech wiz even takes…"C2E2: Daphne and Velma: Life Before Scooby-Doo"