Do Not Reply

https://www.youtube.com/embed/lryUrXubK74 In this being the digital age we have everything at our fingertips: face to face conversations from across the globe, items that can purchased instantly, immediate home surveillance and it even helps us in the dating world. The problem with technology is people get too comfortable with this ease of access; we now get … Continue reading Do Not Reply

Black Water: Abyss

The scariest moments in film are not always because of deadly slashers or a nightmare demon, it’s the scares that exist in our reality that can make us feel at our most uneased. Films like Jaws, The Ghost and the Darkness and Crawl used animals to instill fear in its viewers. The tension is built … Continue reading Black Water: Abyss

The Rental

Being a fan of cinema I still get excited when new projects come around especially when someone recognizable decides to try something new. I always find it interesting when actors decide to step behind the camera and direct a film of their own. If there is one thing you take away from working different projects … Continue reading The Rental

Corporate Animals

Morning huddles, after closing meetings, petty gossip and uninspired gathering/events seem to be the staple of any standard 9-5 job especially those in an office environment. Living it myself I cringe watching shows/films like The Office and Office Space. It is its own bubble and environment that is ripe for satire and some workplace violence … Continue reading Corporate Animals

Blood Fest

One of my favorite film genres like many others would be horror. From the silent era with films like Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari to horror icons such as Ash Williams, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers. Regardless of people’s opinions of the genre it does take skill when making a horror … Continue reading Blood Fest

The Chamber

In his feature film directorial debut Ben Parker highlights his skills as a powerful story teller. The Chamber which Parker also wrote is set in a small submarine which is overtaken by the US government to conduct a secret mission. Parker surrounded himself with a good cast headlined by Swedish actor Johannes Bah Kuhnke as … Continue reading The Chamber

The Awakening (2012)

Who doesn’t like a good scare once and a while? If done right it can send shivers up your spine and have your arms covered in goose bumps; leaving you with the sensation of just getting off a great rollercoaster. First time director Nick Murphy brings us The Awakening starring Rebecca Hall (The Town, Vicky … Continue reading The Awakening (2012)

Life – 2017

Review by : Anatoliy Budnitskiy LIFE is a really good film. I just can’t really say it was nothing more than a great clone of the ALIEN films. I understand filmmakers can make homages to their favorite films but blatantly ripping off a film really sets it off from the bunch. Until things got going after … Continue reading Life – 2017

Dig Two Graves

Death is difficult to accept when it concerns a loved one. We are unable to process the thought of losing someone that means so much to us without repeatedly breaking down emotionally. Some say time heals all wounds; in theory, I guess that is possible but for the human mind and heart to let the … Continue reading Dig Two Graves