I may have things a little backwards here. Since I’m a firm believer in the saying “it’s better late than never,” I decided to squeeze a Thanksgiving-related review in here before going full-on Christmas mode. With that said, continue on to read my thoughts about Marcus Dunstan’s Pilgrim.
In hopes of bringing her family closer, Anna has invited a group of Thanksgiving re-enactors to her home for the holiday. Never breaking character, the new guests take some [...]
As much as I love serious films that require you to pay close attention and keep a watchful eye over every little detail, it is way more fun to turn on a horror flick that you can mindlessly watch with no real commitment whatsoever. That is what I hoped for with Todd Sheets’ Clownado and I am happy to report that it is everything I expected and more!
After brutally murdering her lover, Savannah gets her revenge on [...]
Red Letter Day Review
Thanksgiving has come and gone and I have sufficiently stuffed myself for an entire four days. Instead of jumping right into the Christmas-themed flicks, I think it best for my sanity to keep things in the realm of ordinary, non-holiday horror for a bit. The film I chose to help me do just that is Cameron Macgowan’s Red Letter Day.
Melanie and her two children are adjusting to their new lives in the quiet community of Aspen [...]
47 Meters Down: Uncaged Review
One thing I always take flak for is the fact that I don’t know how to swim. For some reason, people find this hard to believe. Personally, I’m fine with it, but it does make going to the beach a bit less fun. I do take solace knowing that I have less of a chance of getting attacked and eaten by some murderous great white sharks though. Unfortunately, the same can not be said for the characters in Johannes Roberts’ [...]
Horror fans have it good in the year 2019. There are countless boutique labels putting out tons of films, from the most popular to the most obscure. The biggest fish in this sea of genre films are of course Arrow Video, Scream Factory, Vinegar Syndrome, and a handful of others. There are other companies pumping out some great stuff, however; Ones that don’t make as much noise, but perhaps should. The latest film presented by Dread is clearly evidence of [...]
The Spirit Gallery Review
With the recent increase in the amount of reviews I pump out each week, I’ve managed to dwindle my “to watch” pile down to almost nothing. Although my personally film collection has enough material in it to last a lifetime or two, these are the times where I will always welcome new movies into the fray. The most recent to cross my path is John Strysik’s The Spirit Gallery.
Gwendolyn is a God-fearing woman who’s faith in [...]