Review: Son of Hercules vs. the Psychedelic Dracula Is Purely Charming

Son of Hercules vs. the Psychedelic Dracula revolves around the town of Detroit, MI which is caught between the victorious hero, the Son of Hercules, and the sinister Psychedelic...

Not Quite Horror: Lady Macbeth (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...
Rings

Blu-Ray Review: Rings is Riddled With Cliches and Unsympathetic Characters

Rings follows Julia (Matilda Lutz) on her search to locate her missing boyfriend, Holt (Alex Roe of The Fifth Wave). What Julia discovers in her quest is that Holt was part...
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Review: The Howling: Revenge of the Werewolf Queen

The Howling: Revenge of the Werewolf Queen is one more example of eighties nostalgia being reworked for modern audiences. In general, there's a part of me that inwardly cringes any...
Cujo

Cujo – A Hauntingly Plausible Classic

Directed by Lewis Teague (just coming off of another rampaging animal movie, Alligator, at the time) Cujo tells the story of a St. Bernard that goes rabid after chasing...
B&B

B&B is a Brilliant Premise Weighted Down by Dull Writing

B&B has a brilliant premise: a Christian bed and breakfast refuses services to a gay couple so they sue to get their double bed. Once they’ve won in court,...

Review: Another Evil Is A Well-crafted Horror Movie That Will Leave Viewers Baffled

Another Evil features father and artist Dan Pappadakis (played by Steve Zissis, Roadies, Togetherness), who hires Os Bijourn (Mark Proksch, Better Call Saul, Son of Zorn) with the consultation...
Tunnel

Tunnel is an Insightful and Thought-Provoking Nail-Biter

Director Kim Seong-hun’s new disaster thriller Tunnel is a near-perfect expression of the idea of complexity via simplicity. The premise is decidedly the latter: Car salesman Lee Jung-soo is...

Review: Justice Served Has A Smart, Innovative Concept But Falls Apart By Trying To...

Justice Served revolves around three sets of people who are connected by the fact that one has been failed by the justice system after a devastating crime and the...

Not Quite Horror: Unforgettable (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...

Review: Mary Kills People Is A Well-crafted Series That Asks The Hard Questions About...

Mary Kills People, an upcoming T.V. show on the Lifetime network, which premiered Sunday, April 23rd stars Caroline Dhavernas (as seen in Hannibal and Blue Moon) as the lead...
The Girl With All the Gifts

Review: The Girl With All The Gifts Brings Originality, Thrills And Heart To An...

The Girl With All The Gifts centers around a post-apocalyptic world where all but a small few humans have been infected by a fungal disease that transforms them into...

Review: Rupture Recycles Without Good Cause

Director Steven Shainberg’s new horror-thriller is another tale of an independent woman kidnapped and tortured for alternative science. Despite boasting a cast of well-known and accomplished actors (Noomi Rapace,...

Review: A Dark Song is Pure Black Magic

When you have a movie with two characters and one location, you need an inspired concept. A Dark Song manages to conjure one. Even if its ending isn’t as...
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Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #4

The first arc of Angel Season 11 has come to a close and it’s nice to see that it has a quieter finale than expected. After a great deal...