American Zombieland Review
As I continue to try and reach some sort of consistency with my movie reviews, I manage to find more and more films that I have no recollection of ever obtaining. Tonight’s viewing pleasure goes to another that I knew nothing about beforehand, George Bennett’s American Zombieland.
Sam (Dave Mussen, Trafficked) is an aspiring filmmaker who, after being rejected by yet another film festival, scores the chance of a lifetime when he decides to make the [...]
Pagan Warrior Review
I was able to find some time last week to bang out three new movie reviews, the first three that I had done in quite a while. It’s been so long, in fact, that I had completely forgotten about countless films that I had acquired in recent months. One of these forgotten flicks that I decided to throw on here tonight is Louisa Warren’s Pagan Warrior.
After his family is attacked and his castle taken over by [...]
Rad Guest Review
Let’s start this review off with talking a little about the release itself.
First thing to note is this is the first time Rad has been releases since VHS and a limited run on Laserdisc. Vinegar Syndrome finally brings this film to not only Blu-ray, but 4K release as well. It is packed with tons of bonus features including a 25 year event that was held for fans of the film, archive interviews with the cast and crew, tons of [...]
Brahms: The Boy II Review
There are plenty of horror films that I’ve loved over the years that I would die to see receive a sequel. Ones that really deserve to have their stories continued, expanded, and explored further. Sadly, those sequels seldom happen. Then, there are times when sequels that you would never expect come to fruition. William Brent Bell’s Brahms: The Boy II is one of those sequels.
After a traumatizing home invasion/burglary, a family moves to a quiet countryside estate [...]
The Hunt Review
The other day I wrote a review for the last film that I had seen in a movie theater before this current global pandemic hit us all. Now, as I slowly attempt to get back into writer mode fully, I find it fitting to write about the first film I watched digitally once my quarantine took effect. I’m referring to Craig Zobel’s somewhat controversial 2020 flick, The Hunt.
A group of strangers wake up in a random [...]
The Invisible Man Review
Like most of the country, hell, most of the world, I have been in some version of quarantine for over 100 days now. During this time, I’ve rekindled my love of some older hobbies, while letting others slowly fade into the background. Unfortunately, one of those hobbies was writing reviews for the films that I have enjoyed, and the ones that I’ve not liked so much, too. The last film that I had the pleasure of viewing in an actual [...]