Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE CRUCIFIXION

Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE CRUCIFIXION

I’ve always had this…thing with possession movies. While I have found the premise silly, I have always loved the flourish and frills of how Catholicism handled the appearance of demons.  It‘s always quite the event with lots of accessories. When I heard about the movie THE CRUCIFIXION I was like, “Yeah, why the hell not.”

Movie Review: INOPERABLE

Movie Review: INOPERABLE

One of our generation's favorite scream queens is back in a new supernatural horror thriller, directed by Christopher Lawrence Chapman. Danielle Harris stars in INOPERABLE, a Groundhog Day themed film about a young woman named Amy who finds herself stuck in a seemingly evacuated hospital after waking up there in the middle of a hurricane.

Movie Review: SOMEBODY'S DARLING

Movie Review: SOMEBODY'S DARLING

Welcome witches and warlocks,

Today I will be reviewing the horror/mystery SOMEBODY'S DARLING (2016) by writer/director Sharad Kant Patel. To best describe the story, I will use my own plot summary:

"A brooding, privileged fraternity president becomes obsessed with a coed and seems set to give up his way of life to show her how much he cares, until dark secrets about his fraternity come to light." 

Blu-ray/DVD Review: BETTER WATCH OUT

Blu-ray/DVD Review: BETTER WATCH OUT

BETTER WATCH OUT is the latest film from director Chris Peckover and it's easily one of the best Christmas horror films to come out in recent years. The film, co-written by Peckover and Zack Kahn, stars Levi Miller (Pan), Ed Oxenbould (The Visit), Olivia DeJonge (The Visit), Virginia Madsen (Candyman), and Patrick Warburton (Ted). 

Movie Review: BULLET HEAD

Movie Review: BULLET HEAD

Welcome witches and warlocks,

Today I will be reviewing the horror/thriller BULLET HEAD (2017) by writer/director Paul Solet. To best describe the story, I will turn to the IMDB plot summary:

"Three career criminals find themselves trapped in a warehouse with the law closing in and an even worse threat waiting for them outside." 

Short Film: THE DAUGHTERS OF VIRTUE

Short Film: THE DAUGHTERS OF VIRTUE

THE DAUGHTERS OF VIRTUE, directed by Michael Escobedo, follows the story of a lonely housewife who fears for her life when at a women's pray group the meeting turns into a fanatical intervention to rid her soul of evil. 

Movie Review: KALEIDOSCOPE

Movie Review: KALEIDOSCOPE

Welcome witches and warlocks,

Today I will be reviewing the psychological thriller KALEIDOSCOPE (2016) by writer/director Rupert Jones. To best describe the story, I will use my own plot summary:

"Mild mannered Carl's fresh start is shattered when past actions and his mother begin to haunt his present." 

Movie Review: ANOTHER WOLFCOP

Movie Review: ANOTHER WOLFCOP

If you know me at all, then you’ll know my love for all-things Wolfcop. With the first movie being chock full of satire, vulgarity, and a boozehound cop turned werwolf, it is no surprise of my fondness for the franchise. I’m definitely a fan of any film that’s werewolf related, as they are in short supply nowadays. But Wolfcop delivers on many levels that should satisfy your love for good practical transformation effects alongside crude humor, with ANOTHER WOLFCOP venturing even farther into that realm than its predecessor. This is a film that won’t be for everyone, while others will find themselves having a hard time not being entertained. 

Blood in the Snow Film Festival Movie Review: BLOOD CHILD

Blood in the Snow Film Festival Movie Review: BLOOD CHILD

The "based on a true story" disclaimer before any horror film always sucks me in right in, and the one at the beginning of BLOOD CHILD was no different. Though I'm not ready to give this movie a high star rating, it has intrigued me to later research what the possible "true story" is, because it seems to be an interesting story to be told. BLOOD CHILD may not have hit the nail on the head from a critical standpoint, but I think it definitely brought a style of storytelling to the table that I crave from the horror industry. 

Blu-ray/DVD Review: WOODSHOCK

Blu-ray/DVD Review: WOODSHOCK

Kirsten Dunst has made some interesting career choices as of late and deserves all the credit for doing so. While she easily could continue to pursue the mainstream projects that helped make her a household name (she was in the Spiderman movies before that was even such a thing), she’s been taking on more diverse roles. One of my personal favorites as of late was her insane portrayal as Peggy Blumquist in the second season of "Fargo". She’s developed some indie cred and her latest role falls into a genre less category.