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Warning From Space is Important, but Not Good [Blu-ray Review]

Two years after Gojira rampaged through Tokyo for the first time in 1954, Warning From Space revisited the city, this time bringing extraterrestrial life to Japan. In the first sci-fi movie produced i...

Cold Light of Day Will Chill You [Blu-ray Review]

Fhiona Louise’s first and only feature film, Cold Light of Day, is a lightly fictionalized account of the brutal real life murders of serial killer Dennis Nilsen. It opens with two and half dialogue f...

Mortal

Mortal is an innovative mythology story that steps on its own feet [Review]

Mortal follows Eric Bergland (Nat Wolff, The Stand, Paper Towns) an American lost in the Norwegian woods after a tragic incident. Following a strange encounter with a couple of pesky teenagers, where ...

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula Races onto Blu-Ray With a Bang [Review]

Train to Busan was one of the most buzzed about zombie movies of 2016. Though it hasn’t been getting the same buzz or acclaim, it’s sequel Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula is a worthy successor. The...

Mexico Barbaro

Mexico Barbaro is a Solid Anthology [Review]

Mexico Barbaro is an anthology with eight short films by eight different directors. The helmers include Laurette Flores Bornn, Edgar Nito, Aaron Soto, Isaac Ezban, Lex Ortega, Jorge Michel Grau, Ulise...

Antebellum

Antebellum is Regressively Simple in its Techniques [Blu-ray Review]

Sometimes ineptitude can be endearing. On the other hand, in most instances one will find themselves infuriated by witnessing an impotence of expression – incapacity that ensures a thing unashamedly s...

Voodoo Apocalypse

Voodoo Apocalypse Leans into Grindhouse Instead of Trying to Subvert it [Review]

Buddy cop comedies have always been awesome. Two mismatched cops—one gruff and cynical; the other just graduated the academy at the top of their class, full of optimism—go to war against a gangster wh...

Koko-di, Koko-da

Koko-di, Koko-da is Defiantly Strange and Surprisingly Emotional [Review]

Koko-di, Koko-da is the latest proudly bizarro offering from acclaimed Swedish filmmaker Johannes Nyholm (Jätten). And, in the grand tradition of weird Scandinavian fare, it takes some getting used to...

Haunt Horror

Haunt Special Edition [Blu-ray Review]

Haunt was a bit of a sleeper hit upon its initial release. The film quietly made its way to DVD without a lot of fanfare. That kind of distribution strategy is often indicative of a project that a dis...