Archive for Movie Reviews

Blood Myth Movie Review

Nov 06, 2019 No Comments

In our ultra-modern and super-connected world, the past seems almost superfluous. We are so used to our modern conveniences that it seems our ancestors must have been another species entirely. What happened even ten years ago seems like a different lifetime. But the past is not so easily erased. It patiently endures and continues into […]

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Pumpkins Movie Review

Oct 29, 2019 No Comments

Horrorween is just a few days away, and I don’t know about you, but this is my favorite time of the year. Now that my family and I have relocated from the Hellmouth (aka Florida) to the Midwest for a bit, we finally get the opportunity to experience what a “real” Halloween looks and feels […]

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Clownado Movie Review

Oct 01, 2019 No Comments

This clownado swirls up a whole lot of crazy characters, cheap-chunky guts and a little T&A. Director Todd Sheets (Dreaming Purple Neon, Bonehill Road), wrote, directed and edited Clownado and much in the same fashion of his other films, Clownado harkens back to grindhouse and pulp influences, but despite the ambitious effort to merge clowns […]

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Ashes Movie Review

Sep 24, 2019 No Comments

Most of us have a creepy relative or black sheep tucked somewhere into the recesses of our family. They’re whispered about, often avoided and, on occasion, laughed at … NOT in the best sense of comic relief. Enter Aunt Marion, the strange object of disaffection in Barry Jay’s directorial debut, Ashes. Auntie M’s weirdness is […]

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Empathy, Inc. Movie Review

Sep 11, 2019 No Comments

If you know me, you know that I’m usually not a huge fan of sci-fi. I don’t hate the genre, but I also don’t really geek out over the latest “Star”-whatever release. However, there are some pretty killer offerings that I do, in fact, enjoy. One of these being writer/director Yedidya Gorsetman’s brilliant film, Empathy, […]

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Wicked Witches Movie Review

Aug 28, 2019 No Comments

Formerly known as The Witches of Dumpling Farm directed by Martin J Pickering and written by Martin and his brother Mark, I was really looking forward to checking out Wicked Witches. I love movies based on witchcraft. There simply aren’t enough films in that genre. I’m also all about indie flicks and I definitely enjoy […]

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The VelociPastor Movie Review

Aug 14, 2019 No Comments

Lord have mercy. So, I just finished watching the award-winning, highly anticipated film, The VelociPastor. Writer/director Brendan Steere’s parodical story about how a “man of the claw” discovers that he’s got the ability to transform into a fierce velociraptor to battle evil…or ninjas. Sounds like a great plot, right? I know, I was super excited […]

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D-Railed Movie Review

Aug 06, 2019 No Comments

Trains make wonderful movie sets, particularly if the director wants to imbue his or her work with a sense of danger and claustrophobia. Sure, the clickety-clack of your locomotive may be relaxing, but you’re a captive audience in cloistered confines perched on steel rails often hurtling at breakneck speed over mountains, rivers and isolated terrain. […]

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Clinton Road Movie Review

Jul 18, 2019 No Comments

Take the most notoriously haunted area in the U.S. and litter it with a bunch of the douchiest douchebags to ever exist, and whaddaya get? You get one of the dumbest “horror” movies ever made. Clinton Road is the title of this movie, and there’s not much, if anything, nice that can be said about […]

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Dolls Movie Review

Jul 11, 2019 No Comments

The horror genre sure loves a possessed doll, doesn’t it? I’ve never been a fan of dolls. In fact, I’ve stripped, amputated and decapitated my fair share of them in my lifetime. Oh, and let it be known that I’ll smack the shit out of a bitch if they think it’s cute to call me […]

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