Film Review: MUTE (2018)

Film Review: MUTE (2018)

Mar 20, 2018

MUTE (2018) Director: Duncan Jones Stars: Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux Imagine you’re browsing through one of the few bookstores left in town, or maybe through your favorite digital ‘bookstore.’ One book title stands out above the others: “TALES INSPIRED BY THE WORLD OF BLADE RUNNER.” Now, not being strictly a horror geek by any means, you may...

Film Review: MOHAWK (2017)

Film Review: MOHAWK (2017)

Mar 14, 2018

There are horror movies, and then there are HORROR movies. There’s the ones with scenarios and characters that are based on folklore, on pop culture, or on some kind of mythology that clever, talented writers can make up out of whole cloth. There’s also those hyped-up “based on true stories/events” movies that can make that claim by shoehorning in details,...

Film Review: MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981 and 2009)

Film Review: MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981 and 2009)

Feb 14, 2018

I watched the original My Bloody Valentine on an out of print Blu-ray edition. With this version, you can watch all of the extended footage where it took place in the film. This is must have footage when watching this film because it extends the kills and the gore. Since that’s what slashers are all about, it is imperative that you see everything. This is...

Film Review: MOM AND DAD (2017)

Film Review: MOM AND DAD (2017)

Feb 8, 2018

It’s probably safe to say that every parent in existence today, or every one that EVER existed, has had that moment of pause: that split second when dealing with their kids, regardless of what age (ESPECIALLY with teenagers, though), when something’s gone wrong, or something has happened that turned a shit day into an even shittier day, thanks to their ‘little...

Film Review: MAD MACBETH (2017)

Film Review: MAD MACBETH (2017)

Jan 1, 2018

Mad Macbeth is a new project from the European gore machine Domiziano Christopharo. As far as indie film directors go, this newcomer may be the most promising of the lot. He has consistently done nice work across numerous horror sub genres. He is also one of the newest filmmakers to hit the best indie horror label in the U.S., Unearthed Films. Mad Macbeth is...

Film Review: MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017)

Film Review: MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017)

Oct 16, 2017

Following on the heels of 2014’s MEXICO BÁRBARO, MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017) will be making it’s North American premiere at this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival. It brings with it eight more tales from nine of Mexico’s best up and coming directors. The official synopsis’ follow La Leyenda de Juan Soldado” (Juan the Soldier) Directed by: Abraham...