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

Split – 2017 (SPOILERS)

*** CONTAINS SPOILERS *** Films such as Fight Club, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Raising Cain and Psycho are great examples of films that deal with split personalities; M. Night Shyamalan is known for directing intriguing films in the horror/thriller/suspense genres. Put these two elements together, add the M. Night “twist” and you get nothing … Continue reading Split – 2017 (SPOILERS)

Aftershock – 2012

Anytime you throw in Eli Roth’s name you can expect some good ole blood & gore. In his English film debut Chilean writer/director Nicolás López gets his time to shine. Roth produces/stars in the film as Gringo who along with friends Ariel and Pollo (think a spanish version of Zach Galifianakis) are partying in Chile. … Continue reading Aftershock – 2012

Come Out and Play – 2012

I’ll admit it… children in horror movies creep me the hell out; everything from Pet Cemetery, Children of the Corn, Poltergeist and even those damn girls singing the Freddy Krueger song. I love horror films but that’s one element that can still send a shiver up my spine. With that being said I took my … Continue reading Come Out and Play – 2012

John Dies at the End – 2012

With a resume of films such as Phantasm I – IV and Bubba Ho-Tep writer/director Don Coscarelli is a perfect match for a film adaptation of David Wong’s horror/comedy novel John Dies At The End. I’ll start off by saying I have not read the novel itself so this review is solely based on the … Continue reading John Dies at the End – 2012