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Alien On Stage Film Review

Alien On Stage Is A Surprisingly Sweet Tribute To A Sci Fi Classic [SXSW 2021 Review]

Alien On Stage follows the amateur theater group Paranoid Dramatics as they attempt to adapt Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic to the community theater stage. By day, the players are an unassuming gro...

Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror SXSW Movie Review

‘Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror’ Is A Worthy Documentary Deep Dive [SXSW 2021 Review]

While the term “folk horror” is relatively new, the imagery and concepts are familiar to most horror fans. Isolated communities and dark secrets. Ancient rites and forgotten incantations w...

VHS Massacre Too Charlotte Film Festival Review

VHS Massacre Too Is A Documentary Too Eager To Fast Forward [Charlotte Film Festival Review]

Thomas Edward Seymour’s VHS Massacre Too is the second feature length documentary from the creators and friends of the popular podcast network formerly known as New York Cine Radio. The film is ...

Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo Review

‘Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo’ Is A Documentary That Needed To Put More Solitary Spotlight On Its Star

Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo is the story of one of the most prominent character actors of the past three decades. Even if you are not familiar with the name Danny Trejo, his deeply lined face, ...

Don't F**k With Cats

Armchair Detectives Get to Work in Trailer for Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer

In the seedy underbelly of the Internet, there’s an unwritten rule, rule zero: Don’t F**k With Cats. In December of 2010, this rule was torn to shreds following the publishing of a video c...

An image from the 2019 film Deodato Holocaust.

Fantaspoa 2019 Spotlight: Deodato Holocaust is a Top-Notch Horror Doc

There’s a scene very early on in Felipe M. Guerra’s Deodato Holocaust in which the cult favorite director behind movies like House on the Edge of the Park and Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man gleefully...

Lore delivers the perfect mix of fiction and reality [Review]

Horror is one of the most ubiquitous genres when it comes to the media in which it appears. Compared to comedy, which requires a very specific timing, horror has the ability to adopt many shapes and t...

More True Crime Documentaries Should Be Like Tower

Tower is a 2016 documentary about the 1966 Charles Whitman shootings on the University of Texas campus in Austin. Whitman, a former U.S. Marine, killed both his mother, Margaret E. Whitman, and his wi...

Review: Documentary Unacknowledged Attempts To Answer The Hard Questions By Drawing Non-existent Parallel

Unacknowledged is a documentary produced and written primarily by Dr. Steven M. Greer, the founder of The Disclosure Project, an organization whose main goal is to disclose information about UFOs, ali...

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