Dementer is unapologetically writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle's film. Personal and with sharp focus, Kinkle brings straight in a head long mix of stark reality and horrifying manipulations.
Brown manages to make the beach setting a frightening place. Isolated, the vast ocean presenting a canvas for unspeakable horrors, which may or may not ever appear.
Relic employs a slow, steady pace that allows this black, intangible entity to creep through the house and create suspicion, confusion and fear before trying to consume the family entirely.
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.
Luz... Director: Tilman SingerWriter: Tilman SingerStarring: Luana Velis, Johannes Benecke, Jan Bluthardt Review Luz is a cryptic, supernatural chiller and the directorial debut from writer-director Tilman Singer. It hearkens back to the horror style of the 1980s, offering grainy 16mm film, a creepy mood and an unsettling, synth-heavy score. It is the kind of film... Continue Reading →
The Lurker...Director: Eric LiberackiWriter: John Lerchen Stars: Scout Taylor-Compton, Michael Emery, Domenica Cameron-ScorseseReviewSlasher films set in a high school are a lot like people wearing pajamas to Walmart. Both are a bit too ubiquitous for my taste, but both offer the opportunity to delight and surprise or merely disappoint and make me ask, “Why?”. Sadly,... Continue Reading →