Film Review: HEIDI (2014/2017)
May20

Film Review: HEIDI (2014/2017)

This review is based on the 2014 film HEIDI, which was recently released in 2017 after only having been screened once at the Underground PollyGrind Festival in Las Vegas. This film arrived on the scene prior to the release of such films as The Boy (2016), Annabelle (2014) and Robert (2015), which all feature demonic/ possessed dolls. SYNOPSIS– After discovering a mysterious doll in an attic of a home of an elderly neighbor, two...

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Film Review: DIVINATION (2016) Short Form Film
May07

Film Review: DIVINATION (2016) Short Form Film

Filmmaker Jeff Kacmarynski directed this bizarrely intriguing short DIVINATION (2016) for the Fun Size Horror’s 60 Seconds competition, which will now be featured in the anthology film 60 Seconds To Die (which will be distributed by Sector 5). First we are introduced to a gas masked man (David Busoom) and a lady with one eye obstructed by a ghastly zipper (Marlene Mahon). Their macabre appearances create an unsettling...

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Film Review: THE WOODS (2017) Short Form Film
May02

Film Review: THE WOODS (2017) Short Form Film

From Writer/Director Daniel Fowlie comes his short film The Woods . Synopsis: A young man who pursues his partner, after she wanders into the nearby woodlands from their home. He must hurry to find her before a mysterious force that lurks in the woods does. Matt Hunter and Holly Claire James star as our unfortunate couple, residing near the woodlands of a foreboding nature. The short begins with a narration, our male lead telling us...

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Film Review: THE INNOCENTS
Apr25

Film Review: THE INNOCENTS

THE INNOCENTS (2015) Synopsis- In 19th century Argentina, a man returns to his family’s plantation after fifteen years away. His visit revives a violent past, brings forth past slave abuses and re awakens the evil spirits. Told in a fast paced back and forth between the stories present and the past, THE INNOCENTS (aka Los Inocentes) delivers a well paced unfurling of dark creepy joy for any horror fan. The story itself is rich...

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Film Review: DELUSION (2016)
Apr10

Film Review: DELUSION (2016)

From Creepy Kid Productions comes DELUSION (2016), an 85 minute film by writer and director Christopher Di Nunzio, that features the music from composer Frederic Mauerhofer. Synopsis: Three years after the death of Frank’s wife, a mysterious woman appears. As their attraction grows, Frank struggles with reality and his loss. He tries to start over knowing his choices could lead him to his own downfall. Christopher Di Nunzio...

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