We Are The Flesh

We Are the Flesh (2016) Review: All Shock, No Substance

We Are the Flesh, writer/director Emiliano Rocha Minter's debut feature, is the film equivalent of being all dressed up with nowhere to go. The...
channel zero

Channel Zero (2015): A Thrilling and Mind-Bending Journey

I'm an avid connoisseur of films from any genre. I love discovering gems or experiencing new ways of telling a story. After watching, Channel Zero,...
Blair Witch

Blair Witch Review- Back to the Woods 17 Years Later

When the original Blair Witch Project came out, I was living in Tennessee, which has a haunted history of its own. Most notably, the...

Antibirth (2016) is an Indie Genre Blend to get High on

Going into Antibirth, I knew nothing of the film other than that it was recently added to Netflix and that it starred the always-wonderful...

In Defense of Yoga Hosers (2016), Kevin Smith’s Late Night Marvel

It's no secret that Yoga Hosers, the 2nd film of Kevin Smith's True North trilogy, has been met with particularly scathing reviews by critics...

The Audition (2017) Short Film Review

The Audition is a unique kidnapping story, featuring some cringe-worthy moments and a completely unexpected twist. The story focuses on an unnamed actress (Hollybeth Gourlay)...
Corporate

‘Corporate’ Short Film Review (Comicpalooza 2017)

Corporate is a short black comedy from director Joseph Cox and Average Joe Films. The film recently screened at the Comicpalooza Film Festival in...

Tempus Tormentum (2017) Review

Tempus Tormentum is a new film from director James Rewucki.  This Canadian piece is about a drifter that wanders into a bizarre little town...
Alien Covenant

Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ (2017) Review

In the five years since its successful, yet polarizing, release, Prometheus has become one of those movies that sparks endless internet debates. The central...
Witch

Modern Masterpieces Vol 1: Under The Witch’s Spell

There are a select few horror movies that I would consider to be flawless, but The Exorcist, Rosemary’s Baby, and The Shining have always...
The Bad Batch

The Bad Batch (2017) is a Wasteland Well-Worth Visiting

The indie, arthouse, and western genres collide in The Bad Batch- a film that is bound to divide audiences. Set in a fenced-in desert...
The Monster

The Monster (2016) Review: Emotionally Powerful and Scary as Hell

It's a shame that I didn't catch The Monster in 2016, as it would have most certainly been atop my list of favorite horror...

Green Room (2016) – Movie Review

Green Room. Jeremy Saulnier (Dir). Stars: Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Macon Blair, Patrick Stewart. Released May 13th 2016, 95 mins, Rated R/18.   ANARCHY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST! Green...
Speak No Evil

Speak No Evil Comic Review: A Fun Lovecraftian Tale!

Independent comic creators Gray Bear Comics has released the first title in their new series- Speak No Evil. Set in the 1930s, two mischievous...

American Horror Story “Chapter 8” Episode Recap

With each passing Wednesday, American Horror Story Season 6 has delivered exciting episodes for its fans. For the first time, they decided to do...
Stephen KingGwendy's Button Box

‘Gwendy’s Button Box’ by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar

I've been a Stephen King fan since I was a kid, instantly falling in love with the Master of Horror after picking up his...

Lights Out (2016) – Film Review

Well, I'm certainly not looking forward to my next electricity bill.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LiKKFZyhRU Lights Out is a supernatural horror film directed by David F. Sandberg, based on his...

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) – Review

New horror films are often hit or miss with audiences - either people love them or they hate them. People will say that Hollywood...

“Chapter 1” – American Horror Story Season 6 Episode Recap

For the last month or so, American Horror Story fans have been teased non-stop about what the theme will be for Season 6. Every...
White Willow

‘White Willow’ Short Horror Film Review

With a run time of two minutes, White Willow has only one star, Emily Lamberski, who doesn't say a single word. There is no backstory or explanation...