"An endlessly intriguing, breezily enigmatic yarn that hangs out in the unincorporated territory between waking and dreaming, reality and paranoia. Daniel Kremer does not lack for ambition, persistence, bravery, and talent, and his work deserves a wider audience."
-Michael Fox, KQED/NPR
"Overwhelm the Sky is Antonioni’s Blowup filtered through early David Lynch with echoes of Dostoyevsky’s Underground Man and Nathanael West’s Miss Lonelyhearts. It's an enormously impressive and imaginative feature by Daniel Kremer, a natural and a skillful filmmaker, with extraordinary black-and-white cinematography by Aaron Hollander and a brilliantly expressionist neo-Bernard Herrmann score by Costas Dafnis."
-Gerald Peary, celebrated film scholar and veteran film critic for The Boston Globe and The Boston Phoenix
"A gutsy movie that knows how to build a story. The monochrome cinematography provides the film with some knock-you-on-your-behind eye candy. Daniel Kremer is surely a directing talent to watch. Many sequences feature evidence of a budding master at work."
-F.X. Feeney, critic emeritus of L.A. Weekly, Z Channel Magazine, People Magazine, and Vanity Fair
"The movie is quite a trip! It's a tantalizing puzzle; words cannot begin to describe the experience of seeing it. The black-and-white cinematography is stunning."
(Critic's Pick) "Part noir, part epic journey from inner mind to outer expanses. Dress up a little (just like people did for the roadshows of the ’60s), get your program, and settle in for a unique afternoon of movie entertainment. Daniel Kremer certainly has a story to tell."
-G. Allen Johnson, The San Francisco Chronicle