- DEVIL’S ACID (2018) Review! Ever want to see a little person make vomit angels? Me either, but here it is.
- BUNNYMAN VENGEANCE (2017) Review! This movie has the weirdest dream sequence ever, and it’s worth it.
- TALON FALLS (2017) Review! Haunted Attraction make teens go slump in the night!
- THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM (2016) Review! Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke knock it out of ye olde English park!
- ARMED RESPONSE (2017) Review: Wesley Snipes does the limbo! (How low can he go?)
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Writer / Director: Joshua Shreve Starring: Morgan Wiggins, Jordyn Rudolph, Brad Bell, Ryan Rudolph Morgan Wiggins – Lyndsey killjoy, Brad Bell – Lance douche, Jordyn Rudolph – Ryder blonde, Ryan Rudolph – Sean boring Talon Falls is of the most recent … Continue reading
Director: Mathieu Ratthe Writer: Mathieu Ratthe Starring: Mathieu Ratthe, Kimberly Laferriere, Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles, Laurence Dauphinais, Alex C. Nachi, Juliette Gosselin The Gracefield Incident is a found footage alien flick from writer and freshman feature-length director Mathieu Ratthe, who also stars … Continue reading
Director: Alberto G. Rodriguez Writer: Alberto G. Rodriguez Starring: Leila Almas, Jaime Zevallos, Manny M. Hernandez, Eric Roberts The Summoning is the story of law student Rachel—played by Leila Almas (American Sharia)—and Detective Silva—played by Jaime Zevallos (American Horror Story)—both of … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way. REVIEW: Director/Writer: Alice Lowe Starring: Alice Lowe, Jo Hartley, Tom … Continue reading
In The Holly Kane Experiment (2017), the titular character (Kirsty Averton) is an isolated young psychologist who spends her time tweaking a do-it-yourself website about her subliminal mind-control techniques, and having beers with her chemist turned-drug-dealer friend. When she gets … Continue reading
REVIEW: Director: Mitesh Kumar Patel, Sam Son Starring: Kacey Clarke, Yves Bright, Caite Upton, Raymond Forchion, and Eric Roberts. Conventional wisdom suggests that all children need love, but Child of Satan has convinced me the Spartans had it right—there are some … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of meeting Eli Roth briefly in 2010 at the Los Angeles Film Festival screening of The Last Exorcism, a film which he produced, and he came off as a really swell guy. Because of that, and … Continue reading