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Rachel Willis

New World Disorder

New World Disorder

This World Alone by Rachel Willis Some of the best post-apocalyptic films don’t worry about the event or events that created a dystopian world. The audience is dropped into this…read more →

Dr. Feel Bad

Dr. Feel Bad

Antidote by Rachel Willis Imagine going to the hospital for a routine appendectomy and waking up in a hospital that’s a little too Hostel. That’s what happens to Sharyn (Ashlynn…read more →

Hip to Be Square

Hip to Be Square

YouthMin by Rachel Willis Who needs a farcical mockumentary skewering both youth ministers and the types of kids involved in church camp? Directors Arielle Cimino and Jeff Ryan, and writer…read more →

No Treat

No Treat

Dutch by Rachel Willis Drug kingpin Bernard “Dutch” James (Lance Gross) rules the streets of Newark, New Jersey. In co-directors Preston A. Whitmore II and David Wolfgang’s film Dutch, we…read more →

I’d Vote for Him

I’d Vote for Him

My Name is Pedro by Rachel Willis Pedro Santana is the bright, innovative, caring teacher/school administrator that every child deserves and some desperately need. It’s not surprising that in her…read more →

Far From Wonderland

Far From Wonderland

Alice Fades Away by Rachel Willis Watching Alice Fades Away is akin to stepping into a Flannery O’Connor short story (without the overt religiosity). The film crackles with ominous energy…read more →

Table for Three

Table for Three

First Blush by Rachel Willis When Nena (Rachel Alig) meets Olivia (Kate Beecroft), there’s an instant spark. So even though Nena is married to Drew (Ryan Caraway), that doesn’t stop…read more →

Breaking the Pattern

Breaking the Pattern

Breaking Fast by Rachel Willis Most rom-coms, or rom-dramedies, follow a very specific pattern. You already know when each plot point will happen: the meet, the first date, the montage…read more →