Has She Gone Mad?

Rampant Review

Rampant movie review

Vampire flicks are few and far between these days. Even when they do present themselves, they are usually of the lower-budget persuasion and not the most enjoyable to watch. That couldn’t be further from the truth, however, with Sung-hoon Kim’s latest film, Rampant.

The Plot

The Joseon nation is at war; Rebels have attempted to overthrow a king who no longer serves for the good of his people. After the suicide of his brother, Prince Ganglim returns to not [...]

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You’ll Soon Get the Hang of It

Footsteps Review

Footsteps Movie Review

I was never good at answering those “who is your favorite” questions. The most difficult for me is when it comes to something like favorite director. In recent years, however, one filmmaker that sticks out in my mind much more than others is Gareth Evans. I recently learned of his first-ever feature film, Footsteps, and decided to give it a watch.

The Plot

Andrew is in a downward spiral after his father is in a terrible accident. Afraid to [...]

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We’re Definitely Not in Kentucky Anymore

The Cloverfield Paradox Review

The Cloverfield Paradox Movie Review

I am not a football fan whatsoever. I use the Superbowl as a way to get together with family and/or friends who I don’t get to see too often, eat some good food, and have a good time. With that said, the only thing I ever really remember about the big game is a handful of worthy commercials. One commercial from last year’s event that sticks out most clearly is the announcement/trailer for Julius Onah’s The Cloverfield Paradox.

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I Just Feel Cool

Hotel Inferno Review

Hotel Inferno Movie Review

My recent journey into the history of Italian horror cinema reminded me of some films that I have been meaning to watch for years. While the ones I am referring to aren’t considered giallo by any means, they are created by Italian filmmakers. One of the films I’m referring to is Giulio De Santi’s Hotel Inferno.

The Plot

Hitman Frank Zimosa is hired for what he considers a simple job — head to a location and take out an [...]

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Dude! Paranormal Activity, Bro!

Haunted Hospital: Heilstatten Review

Haunted Hospital: Heilstatten Movie Review

It is Valentine’s Day yet again! I didn’t want to do the same thing as every other site, YouTube channel, or blog, so instead of checking out a holiday-appropriate flick, I just chose another at random. Today’s viewing goes to Michael David Pate’s Haunted Hospital: Heilstatten.

The Plot

A group of vloggers agree to spend a 24 hour period inside a notoriously haunted sanatorium, as their latest challenge to one another. Will the boys of Prankstaz.tv outlast their online [...]

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Then It’s Not a Real Giallo

All the Colors of Giallo Review

All the Colors of Giallo Documentary Review

Growing up in a large [and loud] Italian family, I remember my excitement when I first learned of the huge influence the culture has had on the horror genre. Learning, at a young age, that there were Italian filmmakers creating some of the most memorable films the genre has seen was something of great pride for me. Naturally, when I heard of a new documentary that takes a closer look into the evolution of the giallo film, I knew I [...]

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