Film Reviews

“Missing Mom is hands down the most moving documentary I have ever seen and the fact that it was made by a peer using only his own equipment, ingenuity, and money he raised without the backing of traditional investors or a massive studio.”

So Wizard

Missing Mom

“If you’ve ever been heavily involved in collecting, or any nostalgia-driven fandom, you ought to be entertained by this affectionate road-trip doc.”

Nerdist

Nintendo Quest

“Honest, sincere, and fully entertaining, Origins/Evolutions offers up a package that no Kittie fan can resist. With intense, personal background on the band’s storied past and a blunt discussion of their uncertain future… [the film] raises the middle finger to anyone who dares to doubt the abilities of women to shred!”

Cryptic Rock

Kittie: Origins/Evolutions

“There are many documentaries about beloved pop-culture franchises and frenzies… Power of Grayskull is definitely a documentary that has the power to stand above the rest

Film Threat

Power of Grayskull

“The film does not paint a pretty picture for anyone directly involved… It is that transparency, however, that provides an element of strength that gives “Missing Mom” the cohesion in the narrative it deserves.”

Pop Culture Cosmos

Missing Mom

“Nintendo Quest is, if nothing else, a tribute to those stories we used to create for ourselves even before a game was played.
Satisfying. It’s about people, joined by a love of a medium that’s still growing but preserves its previously shed skins like few forms of expression before it.”

Vice

Nintendo Quest

“Kittie’s story is a colourful and fascinating one that needed telling, and this documentary does an excellent job.”

Exclaim

Kittie: Origins/Evolutions

“Even if you’ve never seen a single episode of He-Man, you’ll enjoy following the fascinating story of how this franchise evolved into an influential pop culture phenomenon.”

Decider

Power of Grayskull

“Love them or hate them, you can’t argue with the fact that these girls broke down walls and showed the world that girls can rock just as hard as the guys.”

ZRockR

Kittie: Origins/Evolutions