Film Review: AGONI (2015)

Ryan Vincent Logsdon’s debut film AGONi premiered at the Slaughter In Syracuse film festival last month, and it was met with great applause. The movie, simplistic but violent in nature, tells the story of “impulse murderer” Maxwell Edison, who is showing us his world in a first-person view as he carries around his camera, giving us a glimpse...

Film Review: THORDU (2015)

From time to time, The Film Splice gets movies submitted for review that don’t fit into our “normal” reviewed genre (read: they’re not horror films…Oh my!) The great thing is, though, that oftentimes, these films are quick little bites of comedy or sleaze, and are, for the most part, nice little breaks in the depravity that often...

‘Lipstick Red’ Interactive, Music-Driven Short Film Seeks Funding

Taking inspiration from films like Rocky Horror Picture Show and Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the new film Lipstick Red is being developed as a music-driven, “interactive” short film. The synopsis is listed below: A full moon floats in the night sky. Zeke, a backpacker road-tripping across the country, encounters misfortune when his car crashes...

Film Review: IT’S MY PARTY AND I’LL DIE IF I WANT TO (2015)

By Reuben Claridge Short Synopsis: Join Sara and her friends as they celebrate her birthday in the reputedly haunted Burkitt manor. The evil within the house has awoken and has brought along some unwanted guests. I’ll begin with a little background information about the film, all of which I learned from an exclusive introduction by director Tony Wash,...

Film Review: DEATH-SCORT SERVICE (2015)

Ever since I watched Sean Donohue’s last film, Die Die Delta Pie, I had been excited to see what he would come out with next. Whereas Die was a throwback to 80s camp and a little bit of cheese, Donohue’s latest film Death-Scort Service, which is a co-production between his company Gatorblade Films and The Sleaze Box, is a straight-to-the-point gore...

Film Review: TANTRUM (2015)

James Bell has only made 3 films, and yet is one of the most talked about people in the underground horror scene today. Breaking into the world with his first film, a quasi-documentary called Dog Dick, Bell changed his style completely with his second outing, Manuer. In Tantrum, his most recent film, which had its world premiere recently at the Slaughter In...