Little Joe Review
We are living in a strange time. Like something out of a horror film, most of the world has been ordered to stay indoors and have as little contact with other humans as possible. While for most this means that they can no longer work, I have been fortunate enough to continue work as usual. Because of this, my time to watch and review films has not changed any. Still, I do want to find some time for myself to [...]
Casual fans and people who only dabble in horror will always be so quick to tell you that the genre consists solely of remakes and reboots, that there are no original ideas left. Well, I’ll tell you something. Those people clearly don’t watch the same films that I do. More specifically, they’ve never had the pleasure of watching a Joe Begos film. Read on as I share my thoughts on his latest, VFW.
After stealing a local [...]
Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary Review
At this point, it is safe to say that there are more horror films out there that I’ve never heard of than ones that I have. While never even hearing of a film is generally a bad thing, there are some rare instances in which I am pleasantly surprised. Luckily, that is the exact case here with Fabricio Bittar’s Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary.
A group of YouTube influencers who specialize in the supernatural are in desperate [...]
The Devil's Familiar Review
The majority of the films that I cover in my reviews are ones that I specifically ask to receive copies of. There are the rare occasions when I write about films that are simply collecting dust on my shelves and then there are the even more rare instances when I am approached to share my thoughts on a particular film. This is exactly what happened this time with Kieran Edwards’ The Devil’s Familiar.
Two film students are [...]
Grand Isle Review
There are a number of contributing factors that get me excited for a movie. Of course there is the obvious — a great plot synopsis — but sometimes just seeing a familiar face is reason enough. My latest excitement came at seeing the involvement of the ever-busy Nicolas Cage and the movie in question is Stephen S. Campanelli’s Grand Isle.
A struggling new father must prove his innocence as he recalls the events of a dark and [...]
I used to think of myself as a pretty cultured fan of film. I would watch foreign flicks from time to time and, at one point, thought I had a finger on the pulse of what was going on outside of the States. It wasn’t until I started Repulsive Reviews, however, that I really became aware of how many great films were really truly out there, waiting to be discovered. The latest to cross my path is Rene Eller’s We [...]