the endless

The Endless (2017) is a Wildly Entertaining Story of Brotherhood, Cult Life, and the...

Every year, it seems that there are several masterfully made, lower-budget horror films that generate enough buzz to over-perform at the box office due...
Hollow Child

‘The Hollow Child’ Review (Worldfest 2017 Premiere)

While covering the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival, I had the privilege of attending the US premiere of the excellent horror film- The Hollow Child. I have always...

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...
Offenisve feature

‘OFFENSIVE’ (2017) is Brutally Fantastic (Worldfest 2017 Premiere)

While covering the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival this weekend, I had the privilege of attending the US premiere of the brutal UK film, OFFENSIVE. "A retired couple,...
Boy by the sea Worldfest

Worldfest Film Festival 2017: Drama Short Film Reviews

Continuing my coverage of the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival, here are reviews for six drama short films that recently screened: The Light in the Afternoon (d: David Steiner), Gifted...
Taissa Farmiga

Taissa Farmiga makes ‘The Conjuring’ Franchise a Family Affair; Joins Cast of ‘The Nun’

As reported exclusively by Deadline, the Corin Hardy-directed spinoff of The Conjuring 2, The Nun, has added Taissa Farmiga to the cast. Farmiga is...
the windmill

‘The Windmill’ (2016): A Unique Take On A Slasher Story

Sometimes it's fun to sporadically pick a film to watch on Netflix. In doing so, there's a chance of finding hidden gems that you...
The Girl, The Mother and The Demons

‘The Girl, the Mother and the Demons’ Review (Worldfest 2017 Premiere)

While covering the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival this weekend, I had the privilege of attending the US premiere of the brilliant Swedish film: The Girl,...
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...
Man in the Rabbit Mask

The Man in the Rabbit Mask (2017) Review

The Man in the Rabbit Mask is an eerie and disturbing new take on urban-legend style horror. The premise of the film is simple. Two...
split

Split (2017) is M. Night Shyamalan’s Most Intense Film Yet (Spoilers)

After years of struggling to bring audiences a compelling film, M. Night Shyamalan offered critics and movie-goers a return to form of sorts with...
Shadows Falling

Shadows Falling by Andrew Jones: Horror Book Review

I've read a lot of horror stories in my years on earth. I got a taste for them with a little book called...
backcountry

Backcountry (2015) Review: ‘Cape Fear’ meets Natural Horror

My admiration for survival stories, both in film and otherwise, stems from my childhood obsession with Gary Paulsen's Hatchet in elementary and middle school....

The Wicked One (2017): Ain’t No Rest for This Wickedly Brutal Slasher Story

Sometimes people just snap. It's as if the madness takes them over and the person they once were is completely gone. This can be...
you're gonna die tonight

You’re Gonna Die Tonight (2016) Short Film Review

Sergio Morcillo's You're Gonna Die Tonight is a short home invasion horror film with lots of promise. When the film opens, we're quickly introduced...

Teenage Ghost Punk (2017) Review – Supernatural Fun for the Whole Family!

Teenage Ghost Punk is a fun family comedy that has a few supernatural elements and a lot of heart. The story focuses on a family...

Pool Party Massacre (2017): A fun Tale of Blood, Boobs and Beer!

I love 80's horror, especially slasher films. There's something about the subgenre that allows you to relax and take a step back from the...
Assignment

Film Review for Walter Hill’s ‘The Assignment’ (2017)

The idea for the revenge thriller film The Assignment has been around since the late 70's, when director Walter Hill received a draft of Tomboy...
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...
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