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Kaleidoscope Is A Psychological Thriller Sans Thrills

Kaleidoscope is one of those flicks that feels like three different movies superglued together. The first half gives you the impression it’s going to be a Hard Candy-esque “perils...
Danielle Harris in 'Inoperable'

Danielle Harris is the Highlight of the Ho-Hum Inoperable

Hallucinations. Dream sequences. The old "I Am Tyler Durden" dual character motif. Flashbacks. Every red herring plot device you can think of finds its way into Inoperable, and just...

Blu-Ray Review: The Crucifixion Tries to Follow in The Exorcist’s Footsteps but Falls Short

It’s hard to overstate how much film—horror films especially—changed at the end of 1973 with the release of The Exorcist. Lines spanned for blocks outside of theater doors. People were vomiting and passing...
Amityville: The Awakening

Blu-Ray Review: Amityville: The Awakening is a Huge Mess

Amityville: The Awakening sees the Walker family moving into the infamous house at 112 Ocean Avenue. Shortly after settling in, Belle and her younger sister Juliette begin experiencing unexplainable phenomenon....
Slaughter High

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: Slaughter High

Slaughter High finds a group of high school friends playing a series of April Fool's Day pranks on Marty, the class nerd. But when their antics leave him horribly disfigured, Marty is...
The Last Witch - The Last Witch Movie

Review: The Last Witch is a Blatant Blair Witch Project Knockoff

The Last Witch sees a group of aspiring documentary filmmakers take to the woods in an attempt to capture evidence regarding an ancient witch who was found guilty of a variety of...
Annabelle: Creation

Blu-Ray Review: Annabelle: Creation is Bland and Derivative

In Annabelle: Creation, a doll maker (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife (Miranda Otto)--who lost their only daughter in a tragic accident--take in a group of girls whose orphanage has closed its...

Jigsaw Has More in Common with the Saw Sequels than the Superior Original Film

Saw was brutally simple, spending much of its runtime in a small room with two men chained to opposite walls with a corpse between them. A saw, and a...
Kidnap

Blu-Ray Review: Kidnap is Generic but Still Entertains

Kidnap sees a single mother's world turned upside down when her only son is abducted from an amusement park. She must keep her wits about her and remain strong in the...
Shortwave

Shortwave is a Cerebral Film that Will Illicit Confusion and Disappointment

Shortwave follows Josh (Cristobal Tapia Montt, The Stranger) and his wife Isabel (Juanita Ringeling, The ABCs of Death) as they move into a remote house two years after the disappearance of their beloved daughter....
Escape Room

DVD Review: Escape Room Falls Flat…Really, Really Flat

a group of friends visit an escape room after a celebratory birthday dinner. The festivities are cut short when the insufferable scoundrels begin to succumb to grisly deaths for failing to correctly solve...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Lowlife

Lowlife was the biggest surprise of Frightfest 2017. The trailer and poster (which looks, perhaps purposefully, like a vagina for no discernible reason) are both garbage. But, ignoring them,...
The Babysitter

Review: The Babysitter has camp and blood in spades

Okay, first of all, let me level with you guys for a second: I love camp. While the serious stuff is what usually defines horror, there's nothing like a...
Dead Again in Tombstone

Review: Dead Again in Tombstone Pits Danny Trejo And Jake Busey Against Each Other...

Dead Again In Tombstone revolves around Guerrero (Danny Trejo, needs no introduction), a good old-fashioned western outlaw who has sold his soul to the devil and is in Satan’s service forever....

Frightfest 2017 Review: Devil’s Gate

With a title like Devil's Gate, we pretty much know exactly what we're in for, right? Except this juicy little kitchen sink thriller is precisely not what you, I,...