Review: The Belko Experiment is Chaotic Fun But Its Ending Needed a Peer Review

The Belko Experiment opens with Michael Milch (John Gallagher Jr., 10 Cloverfield Lane, Hush) driving through a market in Bogotá, Columbia. Two little boys in skull masks are playing....
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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #5

I cannot express how great it is to have Georges Jeanty back on Buffy, even if it’s for a single issue. This is not to take away anything from...

Review: Solace Is A Serial Killer Movie That Descends Into Madness

Solace revolves around easy going FBI agent Joe Merriwether (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Walking Dead) and his wound up partner Katherine Cowles (Abbie Cornish, Limitless and Seven...

Review: Ghosts of Darkness Is An Interesting, Humanistic Character Study

Ghosts of Darkness centers on Jack Donavan (played by Michael Koltes, Capsule, Alice Through the Looking Glass), a paranormal investigator, and Jonathan Blazer (played by Paul Flannery, Nightmare Live,...
Atomica

Review: Atomica is a Compelling, Satisfying Thriller With More Smart Futurism than Logan

The problem of storage and disposing nuclear waste has created a real risk for radiation exposure for hundreds of thousands of Americans. In 2014, an explosion at an underground...

Back to the ’80s: Cat’s Eye

Welcome to Back to the ’80s. This recurring feature aims to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from horror’s most beloved decade. Regardless of...
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Blu-Ray Review: Ghost in the Shell

Anchor Bay’s new Mondo Steelbook is a fantastic way to visually and sonically experience Ghost in the Shell. Mamoru Oshii’s seminal anime science fiction film drips with atmosphere and...

Not Quite Horror: I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore (2017)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still loaded with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or...
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Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #3

The third issue of Angel is a little less action-packed, though there are still some big, exciting moments. Angel, Fred and Illyria are still stuck in the past while...
Lavender

Review: Lavender Is A Cerebral, Suspense-Filled Mystery With More Than Enough Twists And Turns...

Lavender revolves around Jane (Abbie Cornish, Limitless, Sucker Punch), a photographer who is involved in a tense marriage with her husband Alan (Diego Klattenhoff, star of TV’s The Blacklist...
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Comic Review: Dark Horse/DC: Justice League Volume 2

As a huge fan of crossovers, especially between properties you would not necessarily expect to cross over, I loved this book. It’s a collection of several miniseries from the...
We Go On

We Go On Is A Deep Journey That Asks The Big Questions About Our...

We Go On centers around Miles Grissom (played by Clark Freeman, of TV’s NCIS: New Orleans and horror oddity YellowBrickRoad) and his determination to find out if there is...

Advance Review: Get Out and See Jordan Peele’s First Movie in Theaters

Get Out marks Jordan Peele’s — known for his role in the phenomenal sketch comedy Key and Peele — feature length directorial debut. It’s shocking how well he does...
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Book Review: Powers of Darkness: The Lost Version of Dracula

Sometimes, as a Dracula nerd, you come across an amazing discovery. And the deeper you go into the lore and the history of the novel, it becomes harder and...

Review: Don’t Knock Twice Is An Uneven Supernatural Thriller

Caradog W. James’s third movie Don’t Knock Twice follows a mother and the daughter, separated by social services, reconnecting after the daughter summons an angry demon. While the cast’s résumés...