HORROR THURSDAY: HUSH

HORROR THURSDAY: HUSH

Hush is a home invasion horror film about a deaf novelist being tormented by a total stranger for no reason. I could also say that Hush is a modern home invasion horror film and be accurate enough. All too often now, the […]

HORROR THURSDAY: THE FALLING

HORROR THURSDAY: THE FALLING

The Falling is, quite honestly, one of the strangest horror films I’ve ever seen. After the death of their close friend Abby, a group of young women in a boarding school begin to experience uncontrollable fainting spells and mass hysteria. […]

HORROR THURSDAY: 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE

HORROR THURSDAY: 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE

10 Cloverfield Lane is the giant monster attack/apocalypse horror film we deserved when the original Cloverfield came out in 2008. That film was an ambitious but messy shakycam disaster film with the bones of a good intimate horror/survival film trapped inside. 10 […]

VINTAGE VAULT:  ROOM SERVICE

VINTAGE VAULT: ROOM SERVICE

The Marx Brothers were always known for a very frenetic style of comedy in their films. Anything could, and usually did, happen. Things like story and plot usually took a back seat to just making sure the boys had plenty […]

HORROR THURSDAY: THE IMOM

HORROR THURSDAY: THE IMOM

“The iMom” is a satirical horror/sci-fi short by writer/director Ariel Martin. It opens with an infomercial advertising the benefits of a a digital mother surrogate (including actual footage of one of the increasingly realistic androids being developed in laboratories) before […]

NEW RELEASE REVIEW: DEADPOOL

NEW RELEASE REVIEW: DEADPOOL

Hi there, um, what is it he calls you, stargazers? Yeah, that’s about as clever as a one-piece jigsaw puzzle. Anyways. If you haven’t noticed it’s your friendly neighborhood merc with a mouth here on this VERY special day. That’s […]

VINTAGE VAULT:  I CONFESS

VINTAGE VAULT: I CONFESS

All film fans have their dark secrets. I’m going to admit to one right now. Deep breath…though several Hitchcock films are among my favorite films, my experience with the master of suspense is not as deep as I would like […]

VINTAGE VAULT:  A BUCKET OF BLOOD

VINTAGE VAULT: A BUCKET OF BLOOD

Director Roger Corman has played an interesting role in film history. He is considered by many to be the king of low-budget B-movies and over time he has given first big breaks to many other filmmakers. Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, […]