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...
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...

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...
Valentine

Why Valentine is a Respectable Alternative To My Bloody Valentine

There are a ton of options for what to watch on Valentine's Day, but for me it usually comes down to George Mihalka's 1981 My Bloody Valentine and Jamie...

Rings Chokes on Missed Opportunities

Maintaining the tone of the first two The Ring films, Rings is a sometimes scary, sometimes predictable sequel. F. Javier Gutiérrez recreates the world of Samara (Bonnie Morgan; Daveigh...
The Crow: City of Angels

Is The Crow: City of Angels Really THAT Bad?

The Crow is one of the most emotional, powerful horror/action movies ever made. It still hits all the right notes for me. I still feel something every single time...
parents

Vestron Blu-ray Review: Parents is a Perfect 10

Moving to a new town and starting at a new school can be traumatic for a ten-year-old; having a Mom and a Dad who are potentially cannibals can also...
Seven Bloodstained Orchids

Giallo Madness: Seven Bloodstained Orchids

A killer is targeting a group of seemingly unrelated women. But upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent that there is a commonality between the victims. A man and his...
Lair of the White Worm

Blu-Ray Review: The Lair of the White Worm

Of all the films to get the amazing Blu-ray treatment from Vestron, Lair of the White Worm is definitely one of the ones that deserves it the most. It’s...

Back to the ’80s: Lady in White

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...

Short Review: Blind Date Shows Great Promise For Its Writer-Directo

Blind Date is a short horror feature written and directed by Rob Rotondo, who is no stranger to the scene. While Blind Date is his first writing and directing...

Review: Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin

Teenage horror had a big year in 2016 with the releases of Yoga Hosers, Nerve and, if you're across the pond in the UK, the terrific The Final Girls....