The Overlook Film Festival Movie Review: THE FARM

The Overlook Film Festival Movie Review: THE FARM

Sometimes volunteering to watch a film you know nothing about can take you on a fucked up journey. Or at least that can be said after viewing something like THE FARM. Man, was that a trip. 

Tribeca Film Festival Movie Review: THE DARK

Tribeca Film Festival Movie Review: THE DARK

Written and directed by Justin P. Lange, THE DARK is a tragic tale that ventures into traumatic territories while striking a compassionate nerve simultaneously. Mysteriously alone and hungry for flesh, adolescent Mina (Nadia Alexander) stalks the forests surrounding the Devil’s Den, an area said to be haunted by a deadly creature (IE Mina) where individuals have been known to disappear.

Movie Review: CORBIN NASH

Movie Review: CORBIN NASH

When I heard about Corey Feldman starring in his first movie in years, I jumped on the chance to see it. Little did I know what was in store. CORBIN NASH was written by Dean S. Jagger, alongside director Ben Jagger. It follows a rough and tumble detective in Los Angeles named Corbin Nash (Dean S. Jagger) who is looking for who, or what, killed his parents. People in the city are guided by a blind prophet played by the legendary Malcolm McDowell and there’s an appearance by Rutger Hauer as The Stranger.

Short Film Review: OBSIDIAN

Short Film Review: OBSIDIAN

OBSIDIAN is a new short horror film, written and directed by Jessie Seitz. Produced by the same director, Jessie Seitz, and Tobi Rice, who doubles as the special fx artist, it stars Haley Madison, Jim Van Bebber, and J. B. Beverley.

Movie Review: BUS PARTY TO HELL

Movie Review: BUS PARTY TO HELL

BUS PARTY TO HELL, written and directed by Rolfe Kanefsky, is exactly what you expect it to be: a party bus filled with unsuspecting sex crazed twenty-somethings on a one-way ticket to, well, hell.

TISH Film Festival Movie Review: DON'T LOOK

TISH Film Festival Movie Review: DON'T LOOK

1988? 2018? What’s the difference?

No time period is so connected to a specific sub-genre of horror the way the 80’s are to the slasher film. Literally hundreds of films followed the template set out by films such as Black Christmas and Halloween.

Movie Review: RAMPAGE

Movie Review: RAMPAGE

RAMPAGE, the latest film from director Brad Peyton (San Andreas), is an exhilarating action/adventure movie that includes over-the-top creature designs that will still appeal to the masses why also finding enjoyment from fans of the horror genre.

Movie Review: MARROWBONE

Movie Review: MARROWBONE

When I first started watching MARROWBONE, a 2017 horror thriller directed by Sergio G. Sánchez, I thought I was watching a late 19th century period film.  Only later into the movie are we told it’s actually 1969.

TISH Movie Review: ALL LIGHT WILL END

TISH Movie Review: ALL LIGHT WILL END

What is the true price of being a writer?

Creativity always seems to come with a cost. Think of all the wonderful artists, writers and musicians out there who have had to deal with all sorts of inner demons. Alcoholism, drug abuse, broken families, depression, anxiety, childhood trauma. Real art is about conflict in its various forms, and who is better at representing conflict than those who deal with it every day?