Tag Archives: Film

Scares On Demand: 10 Great Horror FIlms for Halloween

  Don’t walk upstairs. Don’t turn out the light. And whatever you do, don’t say “I’ll be right back.” It’s the season for scares, so here are ten great horror films to give your spine a shiver as we get close to Halloween. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) – Tobe Hooper set out to

Enjoy an evening of nature films at Field of Dreams

If you love the great outdoors and have been looking for an excuse to head to the drive-in, the Black Swamp Conservancy has got your back. The group is hosting a screening of nature documentaries at the Field of Dreams Drive-In on Tuesday, August 11. The event is free and open to the public, though

Puppet Love— A Heartfelt Change for filmmaker Michael DeSanto

Toledo filmmaker Michael DeSanto announced on Facebook at the end of June that he had finished the rough cut of his latest movie, a romantic family comedy, A Heartfelt Change. Spending a lot of time shaping the film over the past few months, ever since Ohio went into lockdown, DeSanto has committed up to 16

Marks and Madness— playful colors and shapes at Hudson Gallery

A fascinating pair of Michigan-based artists are the focus of a new exhibit at the Hudson Gallery. Marks and Madness will be displayed at the Hudson through August 14, and features the stunning and imaginative work of Matt Wolcott and John McLaughlin, two artists who eschew traditional form and design for a playful and beautiful

Dream Runner: Toledo director’s sci-fi flick comes to Amazon Prime

Toledo filmmaker James Aponte’s imaginative sci-fi film Dream Runner is now available for viewers to discover on Amazon Prime Video. First screened in 2018 at the Glass City Film Festival, Dream Runner tells the tale of an alternate future where humanity can no longer dream unless the dreams are purchased commercially. Certain illicit dreams are