Pat Healy
 
 

“Small Crimes” Feels Like A Big Movie Crammed Into A Short Script

With everything Macon Blair has his hands in, I’m always curious how they’re going to turn such a simplistic script into a full-length feature film. Punk band takes on Nazis in “Green Room”, guy looks fo...
 
6.5

Netflix Recommendation: “Teenage Cocktail” Is Both a Sweet Love Story, and a Warning For the Internet Generation

  What starts out as a sweet, high school love story ends up taking some dark, violent turns in director John Carchietta‘s “Teenage Cocktail”. Masterfully avoiding stereotypes and blending genres, Carchie...
 
7.5

31 Days Of Horror: “Freaks Of Nature” Is An Insanely Fun Experience

Dillford. A small, quiet town. Just like any other town you may have been to but with one small twist: it’s a place where humans, zombies and vampires all live together. They’ve found a way to coexist; vampires teac...
 
7.3

Review: Netflix’s “Rebirth” Is A Mind-Bending Thriller

In the new Netflix Original movie, “Rebirth”, nothing is as it seems; parts drama, comedy, thriller, and social commentary, writer/director Karl Mueller keeps you guessing at every turn while you frantically try to ...
 
8.0

Review: “Pandemic” Brings A Video Game Experience To the Big Screen

Whether you like it or not, found footage is not going away. Once it was introduced, Hollywood found they can make movies at half the price while still bringing in big dollars at the box office. Fortunately for us, there are mo...
 
6.5

Review: “Carnage Park” Is A Stylized Horror Film That Plays By Its Own Rules

Our story begins in California, 1978, three years after the Vietnam war. The first words we hear are from the mouth of Wyatt Moss (Pat Healy); a veteran sniper that feels he’s been forgotten by the country that he was onc...
 
8.3