Film Review: STRAWBERRY FLAVORED PLASTIC (2018)
Jan12

Film Review: STRAWBERRY FLAVORED PLASTIC (2018)

Strawberry Flavored Plastic (2018) Directed By: Colin Bemis Reviewed By: Madeline Milden It is not often I encounter a film so dull it’s more irritating than sleep inducing. Trust me eating strawberry flavored plastic would have been more enjoyable than watching this mess again. Filmmakers Errol and Ellis discover a serial killer named Noel and make him the subject of their first documentary. Noel finds out his ex from a few years ago...

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Film Review: A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2016)
Jul04

Film Review: A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2016)

A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2016) was another film I was really excited for, and yet another disappointment. This is two and a half hours of gorgeous cinematography, some great acting, but not much else. The trailer gave a very Lovecraftian vibe so I just had to own this one. The trailer lied and I am a sucker. Lockhart (Dane DeHaan) is a determined executive sent to a “Wellness Center” in the Swiss Alps to fetch the companies’ CEO. Through...

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Film Review: HOWARD LOVECRAFT AND THE FROZEN KINGDOM (2016)
Jun25

Film Review: HOWARD LOVECRAFT AND THE FROZEN KINGDOM (2016)

HOWARD LOVECRAFT AND THE FROZEN KINGDOM (2016) is based on the graphic novel written by Bruce Brown (Jack and the Zombie Box) and with art by Renzo Podesta (Twenty Seven). The story follows a young Howard Lovecraft voiced by Kiefer O’Reilly, as he is transported into a frozen world while reading the Necronomicon. He encounters eldritch being called Thu Thu Hmong aka Spot aka Cthulhu voiced by the film’s producer Sean Patrick...

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Film Review: ADAM AND EVE VS. THE CANNIBALS (1983)
Jun11

Film Review: ADAM AND EVE VS. THE CANNIBALS (1983)

When I first came across the bizarrely titled ADAM AND EVE VS. THE CANNIBALS (1983) I thought I struck gold, boy was I wrong. This film is a confused cluster that doesn’t do a decent job at being an Italian Jungle Cannibal or religious movie. If you know the story of Adam and Eve…forget it because this takes some interesting liberties. The story starts off with Adam played by Mark Gregory (The Bronx Warriors) being born in the same...

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Film Review: THE BAD SEED (1956)
May30

Film Review: THE BAD SEED (1956)

If you’re looking for an effective form of birth control, get a copy of the 1956 film THE BAD SEED. This is one of the first films to kick of the evil child genre, and in my opinion the most unnerving. The mix of the wholesome 1950’s television feel, with a theatrical style and characters that you won’t ever forget…this is a must see classic. In 1954 William March wrote a novel “The Bad Seed” that took off so...

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