Film Review: WHEN BLACK BIRDS FLY
Apr26

Film Review: WHEN BLACK BIRDS FLY

Jimmy ScreamerClauz literally took years to create this independent labor of love. In this film, he writes, directs, produces, animates, and even works on the soundtrack. The dedication and attention to detail in this film is what truly fascinates me about the independent film world. Without people like Jimmy, after all, the film fan would be stuck with whatever the mainstream wanted to throw at them. In the film, a couple in the...

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Film Review: THE PURGING HOUR
Apr24

Film Review: THE PURGING HOUR

If you are like me, you are probably getting a little tired of anything that falls within the mockumentary and found footage genres. These types of films are coming out at a fast and furious pace right now. It may be for that very reason that they are getting harder and harder to sit through. Due to the simplistic nature of the films, this is also creating a situation in which the true gems are becoming harder and harder to find. With...

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Film Review: Sinistre (1996 & 2017)
Apr23

Film Review: Sinistre (1996 & 2017)

Old school underground splatter fiend Ronnie Sortor, is re-releasing a hidden gem from 1996. His 1997 film Ravage was released by Sub Rosa Studios. His work as an editor and producer have been showcased through the more recent indie hits¬†Flowers and Lung II (Directed by Phil Stevens). While those movies were given great releases by Unearthed Films, Sortor’s own company, Borderline Cinema,¬†played a huge part in their popularity....

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Film Review: Voyage to Agatis (2010)
Apr22

Film Review: Voyage to Agatis (2010)

Marian Dora is an underground icon. He only has a few films, and they are all pretty hard to come by. Voyage to Agatis was released by Massacre Video, and is perhaps the easiest to find. It is still a victim of Ebay rapists, so I urge you to shop around and be patient if you’re looking for it. There are crazy people out there. I have seen these people asking for over a hundred dollars for this film. At this point, I am beginning...

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Film Review: Black Metal Veins (2012)
Apr21

Film Review: Black Metal Veins (2012)

Lucifer Valentine is the twisted fuck behind the Vomit Gore films. He is a sick and demented filmmaker that is even polarizing within the underground community. It’s pretty entertaining to watch the Facebook Groups go crazy with conversation when his name comes up. Even fans of the most extreme films can take issue with his work. I am not one of these fans, despite the fact that some of his work has been one and done when it...

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