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The Pack Review
A few months back I was watching and reviewing as many Bloody Disgusting Selects films as I could gather. Rather quickly, I had accumulated a nice stack of these movies, but I never found the right time to watch the one I was most excited about. That film is Franck Richard’s The Pack.
Charlotte is an unrefined girl on a road trip to nowhere, when she picks up a stranger hitching a ride. The two stop off at a [...]
It is quite refreshing to pop on a film you’ve never seen before only to be treated to an original and creative presentation. That is exactly what one will get when viewing Paul China’s Crawl for the first time.
Not like your typical Aussie horror flick, Paul China managed to take a screenplay with very limited dialog and turn it into a wonderful time. I want to say that about 70% of the film is completely without any type of [...]
I’ve been doing my best recently to collect and watch all of the films put out by Bloody Disgusting and The Collective. So far, the films in this ‘selects’ series have really been hit or miss — I loved Exit Humanity and Atrocious, while I absolutely detested Blood Runs Cold and The Woman. Now it seems, that I’ve found one that is right in the middle of the bunch. I thought Trent Haaga’s Chop was delightfully original, but [...]
Exit Humanity Review
I can’t remember the last time I watched an independent, low budget film have so much ambition and actually pull everything off with such ease. John Geddes’ Exit Humanity is wonderfully crafted, bringing originality back to the over-saturated zombie sub-genre.
I don’t even know where to begin with this one. Let me start by saying you will never see another zombie film quite like this. The story is split up into chapters, allowing for easier transitions between the segments of [...]
Slow burn movies are some of my least favorite horror flicks ever. I don’t necessarily need fast-paced action all the time, but for some reason I just don’t have the patience for them. “Yellowbrickroad,” however, is one that I’m glad I sat through finally, after hearing so many good things about it.
Co-directors Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton managed to make a film that is very creative and fresh, while still borrowing some elements from the past. I don’t really [...]