shattered

Shattered (2017) Short Film Review

A grieving mother takes matters into her own hands in Shattered, the short film directed by Mikel Ledesma. The short follows Rose (Scarlette Martin), the...
WorldFest

Worldfest Film Festival 2017: Thriller/Suspense Short Film Reviews

Continuing my coverage of the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival, here are reviews for six thriller/suspense short films recently screened: She Came Knocking (d: John Ainslee), Whack (d: Syni Pappa), The...

“Chapter 4” – American Horror Story Season 6 Episode Recap

Another week, another episode of American Horror Story Season 6! But what all did "Chapter 4" entail? Well, let's find out! Beware, there will be...

Carnage Park (2016) Review: Mickey Keating’s Love Letter to Pulp

Writer/Director Mickey Keating is a force to be reckoned with in the horror genre. Several months ago, I was blown away by his film, Darling,...
Don't Fuck in the Woods

‘Don’t Fuck in the Woods’ (2016) Review

Horror fans know that in order to survive, we have to follow certain rules. No drinking, no drugs, and definitely no sex. The film Don't...
Cell

Cell (2016) Review: Don’t Answer This Call

Adapting Stephen King has become quite a daunting task over the years. In 1999, The Green Mile marked the twelfth time a King novel...
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...
Paranormal Pals

Paranormal Pals (2017) Pilot Review: Ghosts are Real

Going into Paranormal Pals, a supernatural comedy series created by Jesse Gouldsbury and Jon Weiss, I hadn't the faintest idea what to expect. A...

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...

The Walking Dead Season Premiere: Did the Cliffhanger Have to end?

The following recap contains major spoilers about The Walking Dead season premiere. Pissing our pants yet? It seems like forever ago when The Walking Dead left us...
31 Rob Zombie

Rob Zombie’s ’31’: Did it Live Up to the Hype?

There are certain elements expected with the announcement of a new Rob Zombie movie - a visual aesthetic reminiscent of a 70's grindhouse splatterpiece...
Vinyl Cape

Album Review: ‘The Glitter of Putrescence’ – Vinyl Cape

“It's a pleasure to be your entertainment in the last days of culture” Since coming together a few years ago, Vinyl Cape has been seamlessly...
annabelle: creation

‘Annabelle: Creation’ Understands why Horror Fans go to the Movies (Review)

Why wait until September to be scared by Pennywise when you could just go ahead and be terrified right now? Annabelle: Creation is a...

Happenstance (2016 Short Film) – Review

Every once in a while, unexpected things happen in life. What you see isn't always what you get. When I went to bed at four...
Sky Has Fallen

The Sky Has Fallen (2009): A Bloody Marvel of Practical Effects

"You've taken everything from me; everyone I ever loved. I'll never stop until I've killed every last one of you." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UEntBX_484 The Sky Has Fallen -written,...
Blood Hunters

Blood Hunters (2016) – Movie Review

Imagine closing your eyes in the safety of your own home and then opening them again to find yourself nearly naked, strapped to a cold,...
The Forest of Lost Souls

The Forest of Lost Souls (2017) is a Beautiful, Unconventional Slowburn

The Forest of Lost Souls, written and directed by José Pedro Lopes, is not the type of film I was expecting it to be. This...

Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl (2016) Review

Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl is a new gothic horror film set in the Reagan-era of the 1980s.  The film is directed by A.D. Calvo...

SXSW 2017: ’68 Kill’ is Brilliantly, Utterly Insane

When I discovered that Trent Haaga was premiering a "punk-rock romantic comedy" film at SXSW Conferences and Festivals this year, I immediately added it to my must-watch...
the madame in black

The Madame in Black (2017) Short Horror Film Review

The Madame in Black is a new horror short from Swedish writer/director Jarno Lee Vinsencius that tells the story of siblings Alex and Emma as...
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