1 hr. 20 min.
 
 

“Dave Made A Maze” Is Refreshing and Fun

“Dave Made A Maze” is the directorial debut of Bill Watterson and the writing debut of Steven Sears, and what a debut it is. Original, fun, quirky, and smart, this is the type of movie fans of filmmaking and aspirin...
 
7.8

“Space Babes From Outer Space” Is Something New (But Equally Awesome) From Brian K. Williams And Scott Schirmer

Holy Asteroids! Space Women!!! Bandit pictures takes a break from it’s focus on original, unflinchingly raw horror, to bring something a little lighter (and bustier) to their fans. Brian Williams and Scott Schirmer are th...
 
7.0

“Casting JonBenet” Scratches the Surface Of Being Interesting

The JonBenet Ramsey murder case is one of the most terrifying in the fact that the victim was a six year old girl and the case, twenty-one years later, remains unsolved. If you’ve even heard a bit about the case (which ev...
 
6.0

Review: “XX” Showcases The Talents Of It’s Four Fearsome, Female Directors

Horror anthologies have seen a major resurgence recently. As always, they have been a mixed bag of good and not so good, but more often than not they are entertaining and show off the talents of young, up-and-coming writers and...
 
7.0

Review: “The Dead Room” Starts Strong Only To Fail In Its Final Act

Two scientists and a psychic enter a home that was abandoned by its previous owners when they claimed it was haunted. Trying to find either spirits or a reasonable explanation for why things are happening in the home, the three...
 
5.8

Throwback Thursday Review: “The Pagemaster” Tried To Get Kids To Enjoy Literature (1994)

Richard Tyler (Culkin) is a young boy who is literally scared of everything. When his dad (Begley Jr) tries to get him into sports, he spouts off statistics about how shin splints cause blood clots. When he builds him a treehou...
 
6.5