TOP 10 VILLAINESS’ IN HORROR
Apr02

TOP 10 VILLAINESS’ IN HORROR

This list is based on my view of strongly portrayed villainess’, and the actresses who portrayed them. I will examine briefly the roles that put them on the list and provide other genre titles that they have had roles in. With this list I considered the number of roles as the character or as evil characters and the cinematic impact it had. This includes current and classic cinema, and is a reflection of my own thoughts. This is...

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Film Review: BEYOND THE WOODS (2016)
Mar18

Film Review: BEYOND THE WOODS (2016)

BEYOND THE WOODS (2016) Synopsis: Set in an isolated house in the middle of a forest, seven friends have decided to meet up after not seeing each other for a long time. Unfortunately for them a fiery sink-hole has opened up in the mountains near the house and it’s burning hot and spewing out sulfur. The friends are determined to make a good weekend of it even though the roads around the area are closed and there’s a...

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Film Review: STORAGE (2017) Short Film
Mar04

Film Review: STORAGE (2017) Short Film

STORAGE (2017) is the brainchild of Stefan Sundberg and Henry Chu. Flying shy of six minutes in length, the short form film delivers a hearty little wallop in its impressively short running time. Storage navigates the story of a man storing boxes in the cellar with his young daughter. However, when they encounter a mysterious being, it’s intentions turn suddenly sinister and a day to day chore becomes a battle for survival. The...

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Film Review: FILMS FROM A BROKEN MIND (2015)
Mar02

Film Review: FILMS FROM A BROKEN MIND (2015)

FILMS FROM A BROKEN MIND (2015) Director: Bazz Hancher Three tales of sordid satire and woe, and an additional mock-umentary, are the brainchild of Bazz Hancher (an English filmmaker, who primarily films in Kidderminster, England – a stones throw away from where I grew up, making their accents a thing of nostalgia for me!). As our host and in between each tale is a bold, oddly voiced Devil played by Matt Lee. His purpose is to...

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Film Review: VISITOR (Short Film 2017)
Feb20

Film Review: VISITOR (Short Film 2017)

VISITOR may come in at just under 10 minutes, but it has enough content to interest even the shortest attention span. Written and Directed by Roger Sampson, with an accompanying and with the impressively well put together score by Ryo Utasato. Sampson crafts a simple story about Doctor Price (played amazingly by Ashley Maure), a fertility specialist who becomes the victim of an unknown caller and  unseen encounter. The story could...

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