House of Forbidden Secrets Review
If you’ve been reading my most recent reviews, you’ll have noticed that I’ve been on a little Unearthed Films kick. In continuing with that recent trend, I figured I’d check out another one of the most recent additions to their ever-growing filmography, Todd Sheets’ House of Forbidden Secrets.
It’s Jacob’s first night as the security guard for ShadowView Manor. After meeting with the rest of the night residents of the building, Jacob reluctantly agrees to be a participant in [...]
Artsploitation Films has been releasing movies from around the world for just about seven years now. I actually own just about the entire catalog of their films in my personal collection. My favorite thing about the movies they release is that they are all vastly different from one another. Since 2012, there have been gory horrors, satirical horror comedies, and hard-to-watch drama thrillers, all under the same Artsploitation banner. Where does their newest release, Adolfo J. Kolmerer’s Snowflake, fall [...]
Dead Night Review
Years ago, I was able to crank out review after review, on almost a daily basis. Lately, it’s become extremely hard to find the time to do so, naturally causing movies to pile up on my shelf. When I do find a spare hour or two, I’ll grab whichever one from the pile looks the most interesting, usually based on cover art alone. Fortunately for me, Brad Baruh’s Dead Night was one hell of a movie to pick at random! [...]
Slender Man Review
Within the last couple of years, there have been plenty of movies diving into the mythos of the internet meme of the Slender Man. Having never seen any of them, myself, I thought it be best to go with the one that saw the widest release theatrically. Of course, I’m referring to Sylvain White’s film from earlier this year, simply titled Slender Man.
A group of curious friends learn of a secret plan the cute boys at school have [...]
The Unnamable Review
With my recent ventures into the more extreme side of horror cinema, I have been diving deeper into the Unearthed Films catalog. With that, I was able to discover another of their more recent releases that piqued my interest. This time around, it wasn’t another indie film from an up-and-coming young director who was assaulting us with tons of gore. Instead it was a film that was only available on VHS until now, Jean-Paul Ouellette’s 1998 The Unnamable.