Review: “I Am Not A Serial Killer” Is A Slice Of Indie Films At Their Best

Every so often a film comes along that you haven’t heard much about but that surprises you with how original and good it is. “I Am Not A Serial Killer” is one of those movies. Getting a relatively unknown cast...

Review: “The Mind’s Eye” is a fun as hell throwback to the sci-fi/horror films of the 80s!

A lot of the best movies to come out of the indie horror scene, over the last few years, have been fun homages, to the sci-fi/horror films of the 80s. One of my absolute favorite films last year, “Turbo Kid”, was a ...

Throwback Thursday Review: “Spellbinder” (1988)

Top critic Heather Wixson (Daily Dead) recently went on the F! This Movie podcast, and talked about how she missed the good ol’ days of original content, specifically in the horror genre. With about 90% of the movies, tha...


Review: “Imperium” Boasts Strong Acting but Rushes Through Story

Daniel Radcliffe plays the part of Nate Foster; an excited yet misunderstood FBI agent who is dying to get his first real taste of action. When Angela Zamparo (Toni Collette) gets her first look at how he deals with a would-be ...

Review: “Sun Choke”

I knew nothing about writer/director Ben Cresciman’s feature film debut “Sun Choke”, going in. I was browsing VUDU, for something to watch, and came across it, in the “Early release” category. When...

Throwback Thursday Review: “Inside” (2007)

There were a slew of good to great, French, horror films, in the first decade of this century. Films like “Martyrs”, “Haute Tension”, and “Trouble Every Day” all melted my brains, the first t...


Review: “In the Deep” Is A Good, Not Great, Shark Movie

Alright. A lot of weird things going on with this movie so I’m not even sure this review will be necessary until next Summer, but we’re going to go with it anyway. Let’s start at the beginning: “In the D...

Review: “Harvest Lake”

  A couple of years ago, I did a review on a micro-budget horror flick called “Found.“. Director Scott Schirmer had created something new, fresh, and disturbing and I couldn’t wait to see what he did next...

Throwback Thursday Review: “The Ghost and the Darkness” (1996)

  In 1896, a pair of man-eating, male lions terrorized construction crews, working on an African railroad, in Tsavo. Lt. Col. John Patterson, who was heading the bridge-building project for the railroad company, wrote his ...


Review: “Hangman” Succeeds Despite Being A Found Footage Film

It’s no secret that I can’t stand the found footage genre; if you read any of my reviews on said films they are, for the most part, unkind. When watching a horror film, I want to be scared, I want to be made to feel...