Film Review: ANTIVIRAL (2012)
Jan09

Film Review: ANTIVIRAL (2012)

CALEB LANDRY JONES. You’ve probably been seeing that name associated with a lot of roles lately, from the psychotic brother of Allison Williams character in Jordan Peele’s brilliant directorial debut GET OUT, to a conflicted, drug-addicted boyfriend in David Lynch’s revisit to TWIN PEAKS. His first role should have been an indication of things to come, as one of the kids on bikes who spots a wounded Javier Bardem in The Coen Brothers’...

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Film Review: ADAM CHAPLIN (2011)
Jan08

Film Review: ADAM CHAPLIN (2011)

ADAM CHAPLIN (2011) Directors: Emanuele De Santi, Giulio De Santi Synopsis: Adam Chaplin investigates his wife’s murder and discovers mafia boss Denny, is involved. Unable to trust the corrupt police, Adam summons a demon to lead him to the murderer, if he does everything the demon asks. Touted as one of the bloodiest films created, Adam Chaplin certainly delivers a Grindhouse reminiscent gore level of blood and guts. Visually...

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Film Review: ANTITHESE (2017)
Oct22

Film Review: ANTITHESE (2017)

Antithese is a short film from Thomas Binder and Jonas Sommer. It centers around a couple, in a cabin, in the woods; but, it’s no Evil Dead. I don’t mean that in a bad way either. Although it is short film, it definitely has sequences that will pack a gory punch for most viewers. The gore hounds, of course, are expecting that kind of experience from the director of Necrophile Passion and the evil mastermind behind Black...

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Film Review: A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2016)
Aug27

Film Review: A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2016)

“Something In The Water Does Not Compute”, Prince once wrote, as the chorus and the title of a “deep cut” from one of his albums. But it could also be the ‘elevator pitch’ that was used to sell the premise of A CURE FOR WELLNESS, Gore Verbinski’s terminally gorgeous-to-look at psychological/Gothic thriller. It’s most fatal flaw, though, lies in its “LORD OF THE RINGS”-lengthiness. The plot of the movie wouldn’t have been out of place...

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Film Review: THE ACID SORCERER (2017)
Jul22

Film Review: THE ACID SORCERER (2017)

Dakota Bailey is one of the newer names in indie/underground horror. His movies are small, but getting bigger. I have reviewed American Scumbags in the past. That was definitely a film that showed promise, despite the occasional rookie mistakes. The Acid Sorcerer is a huge step up. This definitely makes me happy to say that I may have been right when I said he showed promise in the past. Once again following around some of the worst...

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