Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity Review
Believe it or not, I didn’t see my first Full Moon Features film until just a few years ago. Since then, I’ve watched as many entries in the company’s filmography as I can get my hands on. The latest to scratch off my list is Ken Dixon’s Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity.
After a narrow escape, Daria and Tisa crash land on a strange planet. They are greeted and welcomed by a charming host, Zed, and his [...]
Ever since I started reviewing films for this site, I’ve been afforded countless opportunities to learn about and watch many films that I would otherwise be completely unaware of. This isn’t always a great thing because, as we all know, not all movies are created equal. With that said, there are in fact many amazing flicks out there that deserve to reach a wider audience. One of those is Felix Randau’s Iceman.
Kelab is the primary caretaker [...]
Family Game Night Review
I don’t have the busiest schedule during a typical week, but there are certain days that I have less time than others it seems. I try my best to keep up with the films that I am constantly acquiring for my collection, but it is virtually impossible to do so. On nights where I really don’t have time for a full-length feature, I count my lucky stars for short films! Tonight’s viewing pleasure belongs to Nick Ferwerda’s Family Game Night [...]
Over the years, there have been countless movies that I’ve caught clips of here and there while randomly flipping through the channels of my TV. I’d stop for a few minutes at a time if something happened to catch my eye, but quickly move on to something else. One of those films, that I can now say I’ve seen in its entirety, is Luis Llosa’s Anaconda.
A film crew sets out on an Amazon river to make [...]
Blood Lake Review
Anyone who remembers the good old days of video rental stores will recall the awesome artwork that was always on display in the horror section. More often than not, if you weren’t sure of a film, all you had to judge was that beautifully horrifying cover art. For many physical media collectors today, that same allure still exists. There are tons of films being released by countless boutique labels on a daily basis. Quite often, newly commissioned or even just [...]
It’s no secret that I love horror in any and all forms. While watching films takes up a lot of my free time, I do find myself being somewhat successful in keeping up with some of my other hobbies. One of those other, more enjoyable, ones is collecting and reading comics. There are tons of horror-themed comic books to choose from these days, but it’s always intriguing to me when one of the “big two” gets in on the action. [...]