Film Review: CANNIBALS AND CARPET FITTERS (2017) – MidWest WeirdFest
Mar03

Film Review: CANNIBALS AND CARPET FITTERS (2017) – MidWest WeirdFest

CANNIBALS AND CARPET FITTERS (2017) Before we go any further let me mention the online screener I was sent had this note “Cannibals and Carpet Fitters Screener: this is a work in progress version as the film is still in post production. This screener contains temporary picture grade and incomplete credits.” They shouldn’t have worried, it looks fine. After an amusing and gory prologue involving a couple of lost campers played by Alex...

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Film Review: THE FLATWOODS MONSTER (2018) – Midwest WeirdFest
Feb23

Film Review: THE FLATWOODS MONSTER (2018) – Midwest WeirdFest

Since the release of THE MINERVA MONSTER in 2015 Small Town Monsters has built a reputation for producing interesting and well made documentaries on various strange phenomena mostly involving cryptozoology, the study of legendary creatures such as Bigfoot. With their most recent release INVASION ON CHESTNUT RIDGE and now THE FLATWOODS MONSTER they’ve expanded to UFOs and their occupants. Based on an incident that happened in the town...

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Film Review: ANTIHUMAN (2017)
Feb19

Film Review: ANTIHUMAN (2017)

Originally filmed under the title POST HUMAN: AN EVENT, the second film from directors Luke Gietzen and Mark Robins would have had a hard time finding acceptance among mainstream horror fans as it was. A slow, dialogue driven film better filled with scenes and ideas better suited for the art house than mass market in the first place. But then Wild Eye Releasing re-titled it ANTIHUMAN and sold it as a cross between ORPHAN BLACK and...

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Film Review: THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017)
Feb11

Film Review: THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017)

THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017) I have to say right from the start I had a hard time watching THE FAITH COMMUNITY. Not because of anything in it’s content but because this may be the shakiest film in the history of found footage. While I don’t particularly like shaky cam footage it usually doesn’t affect me. This was so bad I ended up with a headache. The plot follows three students, Hannah (Janessa Floyd), Colin (Jeffrey Brabant), and...

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Film Review: CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL (2018)
Feb02

Film Review: CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL (2018)

Even though evil dolls have been around since the beginning of film, it was ANNABELLE that reanimated it. And CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL may well be the film to kill it again. Beginning with a prologue set in 1660 in which a witch is dragged off to her doom as her doll, (with eyes that look oddly plastic given the time period), watches. We then jump ahead to 1942, Adeline (Helen Crevel SURVIVAL INSTINCT) and her daughter Chloe (Layla...

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