skyquake

Skyquake (2017) Movie Review: How Far Will You Go To Find The Truth?

One of the things I love about Midnight Releasing is that I never know what to expect from them. They are continuously releasing film after...
Berlin Syndrome

‘Berlin Syndrome’ Encourages Travelers to Stay Home (DIFF 2017)

A chance encounter could lead to the gravest of consequences. More specifically, you never know if a stranger is a controlling sociopath. Berlin Syndrome, screened at...
Dark Tapes 2

The Dark Tapes (2017) is Indie Horror at its Most Ambitious

The Dark Tapes is a found footage horror/science fiction anthology from writer Michael McQuown, who co-directed the film alongside Vincent J. Guastini. Sticking with...
into the mud

Into the Mud (2016) Review: You Might Get Caught Off-Guard!

Into the Mud is a brilliant short film that plays on some common survival horror tropes, but may catch you off guard with its...
abattoir

Abattoir (2016) Review: Ambitious Horror Noir for a Lazy day

Abattoir is a horror film with several great things working in its corner. For starters, genre favorite Lin Shaye is on the bill, and...
Chicago Rot

‘Chicago Rot’ (2017) Review: Revenge is Dish Served Bloody

Chicago Rot was written and directed by Dorian Weinzimmer and co-written by Brant McCrea. Set in a downtrodden area of Chicago, the film stars McCrea, Shira Barber, and...
Speak No Evil

Comic Review: ‘Speak No Evil’ Issue #2 from Gray Bear Comics

Gray Bear Comics has released Issue #2 of their Lovecraftian horror comic series Speak No Evil. I absolutely loved Issue #1, which introduced us...
shut in

Shut In (2016) Movie Review: Be Careful Who You Let Into Your House

Several awesome horror films came out in 2016 that I wasn't able to watch, but little by little I'm making my way through them....
wolfcop

WolfCop (2014) Review: It’s a Howlin’ Good Time

What has two thumbs, loves peanut butter & jelly sandwiches and is hella late to the party? This guy. Nearly three years after its...

Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla (2014): We All Scream for Ice Cream

Meet Warren Thompson. He’s a mild mannered, socially inept ice cream vendor who likes nothing more than peddling his 3 favourite ice cream flavors...

Lucio Fulci’s Zombie Comic Review: ‘We Are Going To Eat You!’

Italy has produced some fine horror icons.  Argento, Bava--shit, they even have their own genre of horror: Giallo.  Another of the Italian titans of...
Candy Skin

Candy Skin (2016) Review: It’s Deliciously Gross!

Candy Skin is an ambiance-driven short film with plenty of body horror and some incredible practical effects. Candy Skin's story is fairly simple. David (Renny Jachowicz)...
The Transfiguration

SXSW 2017: ‘The Transfiguration’ Film Review

Michael O’Shea’s directorial debut, The Transfiguration, had its SXSW premiere March 11, 2017 and its world premiere at Cannes Film Festival in 2016. The...
Two Pigeons SXSW

SXSW 2017: ‘Two Pigeons’ is a Disturbing Black Comedy

Dominic Bridges' Two Pigeons made its world premiere at SXSW Conferences and Festivals on March 10, 2017. The film is the first full-length feature...
atomica

Review for Syfy Films’ Sci-fi Thriller ‘Atomica’ (2017)

Atomica is a futuristic sci-fi thriller from Syfy Films, which was released in select theaters on March 17th and on VOD and Digital HD...
capture kill release

Capture Kill Release (2017) Horrifyingly Brilliant, Found Footage Gold

It's kind of crazy how we're only 3 months into the new year, yet 2017 has delivered many superb horror movies already. I can't count how...
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...
Night Kaleidoscope

Night Kaleidoscope (2017) Review: Seeing Vampires Through a New Lens

Night Kaleidoscope is a bizarre, psychedelic, artistic take on vampires, with an unusual detective story mixed in. Night Kaleidoscope is a film that does not...
Ana Asensio Most Beautiful Island

SXSW 2017: ‘Most Beautiful Island’ is a Relevant, Thought Provoking Thriller

One of the most anticipated film premieres during this year’s SXSW Conferences and Festivals was Ana Asensio’s Most Beautiful Island. Asensio not only directed the film,...

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...