Tag Archives: Supernatural
The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead Review
While I generally am a fan of the independent horror scene in the States, it is safe to say I enjoy films from around the world a tad bit more. Some of my favorites, more recently especially, come from Japan or even Australia. With that said, how does Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy’s Russian horror film, The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead, hold up? Read on to find out.
A bachelor party getaway at his summer house proves to be [...]
The horror genre is a vast spectrum made up of tons of mini sub-genres. There are your straight-forward slasher flicks and your creature features. Then there are the more difficult ones to wrap your head around; The ones that don’t quite fit into any one category. That is, at least for me, what can be said about Adrian Corona’s Dis.
An ex-soldier is taking refuge in the woods, where he is one day attacked by a mysterious [...]
Dry Blood Review
Before I created this site years ago, I would watch horror movies as often as possible. Even though it was always one of my favorite hobbies, there was no possible way to watch every single film being released. Even now, with the constant collecting I am doing and all of the films that come my way for review purposes, I still miss out on tons of great projects from very talented filmmakers. Today I can cross one more off of [...]
The Dark Review
In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been watching tons of movies lately. I’ve been able to dig into things that I, a few months ago, thought I’d never have time for. A little shifting around of my every day routine, however, has allowed me the luxury of checking out some horror flicks that otherwise would go unwatched, collecting dust on my shelves. Tonight’s feature is Justin P. Lange’s The Dark.
A wanted man finds refuge in rundown [...]
Dreaming Purple Neon Review
One of the main reasons I started reviewing films years ago was to talk to others who enjoyed the horror genre as much as me. With my goal being to reach other fans, I never expected that reach to extend to those who are actually involved with the films — actors, producers, etc. I was recently contacted by Todd Sheets after reviewing a couple of his movies, with an invitation to watch another of his newest projects. I couldn’t [...]
The Mimic Review
As a long time collector and, in more recent years, ‘film critic,’ it was inevitable that I’d stack up movie after movie without getting to watch all of them. From time to time, I start digging through these piles and after what seems like hours, I finally decide what to watch next. Today’s mood struck me as a perfect time to give Jung Huh’s ghost story, The Mimic, a chance.
Hee-yeon has moved her family to care [...]