With Hannibal finding a new audience on Netflix it's timely to revisit our recaps.
There may be no greater fury than an angry thirteen year old girl and to prove this point, writers Nick Morris and Lane Skye have gifted us with Becky.
A recently and oft heard complaint is that the zombie genre is played out. The people that say this will be made to eat those words with Blood Quantum
Powerbomb...Directors: R. Zachary Shildwachter, B.J. ColangeloWriters: Wes Allen, R. Zachary Shildwachter, B.J. ColangeloStars: Matt Capiccioni, Roni Jonah, Josh Miller, Britt Baker, Wes Allen, Cash K. AllenReviewGrowing up, I had two big loves: genre movies and wrestling. Who am I kidding? Those are still my biggest loves. I love nothing more than the many horrors captured... Continue Reading →
We Summon The Darkness...Director: Marc MeyersWriter: Alan TrezzaStars: Alexandra Daddario, Johnny Knoxville, Keean Johnson, Logan Miller, Maddie Hasson, Amy Forsyth, Austin SwiftReviewGet ready to go back to 1988 and smack bang in the middle of a satanic murder spree. We meet three friends Alexis (Daddario), Val (Hasson), and Bev (Forsyth) all on their way to... Continue Reading →
Dead By Dawn...Director: Sean CainWriter: Wes Laurie, Sean Cain (story)Stars: Drew Lindsey Mitchell, Kelcey Watson, Jamie BernadetteReviewOpening on a zen yoga scene, these quiet moments will be the last peaceful ones experienced in Dead By Dawn. Although set in modern day L.A., Dead By Dawn is a throwback to 70’s rape/revenge films and it even... Continue Reading →
Tingle Monsters...Director: Alexandra SerioWriter: Alexandra SerioStars: Alexandra Serio, Kareem RahmaReviewIn Tingle Monsters Alexandra Serio (Writer, Director and Star) takes aim at how female are viewed on the internet and that words and their intent are a jumping off point for violence or at the very least the possibility of violence toward women and Serio succeeds... Continue Reading →
Queer Horror Shorts...Queerness is an integral part of horror’s tapestry and has been throughout the genre’s histories in both literature and film. It’s only natural considering the genre is where we bear witness to our anxieties and re-consume them. And, though LGBT themes in horror often appeared coded in the past, like in the case... Continue Reading →