Tag Archives: Vampires
Daughters of Darkness Review
As a long time collector, it is not a foreign concept to acquire a film, stick it on one of my many shelves, and forget about it for ages. In a day and age when new restorations of said films are given to fans periodically, there is no longer a reason to ignore them. As I received yet another copy of Harry Kümel’s Daughters of Darkness, there was no better time to finally dive into it.
I’m really shocked that I’ve been able to keep the horror-movie-a-day streak going this year, guys! I know, I know. It’s only eight days into the month and I can screw it up at any time. I haven’t so far and that is cause for celebration. Well, if not celebration, at least another review? Read on as I discuss my thoughts on Edward Drake’s Broil.
After a couple of suspensions from school, 17-year-old Chance (Avery Konrad, Unspeakable [...]
The Shed Review
The horror genre can be broken down into a ton of sub-genres. While some are done to death, there are others that I wouldn’t mind seeing more of. One of those is the vampire sub-genre. Luckily I’ve now got one more that I can revisit from time to time with Frank Sabatella’s The Shed.
After finding out that a vampire has inhabited his shed, Stanley’s already rough life takes a turn for the worse.
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 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 [...]
The Monster Project Review
While it seems that the found footage sub-genre is almost non-existent at this point, there are still a few filmmakers who dare to try their hand at it. Some manage to do so quite effectively, I might add. The latest evidence of this is Victor Mathieu’s The Monster Project.
A couple of buddies who want to increase their [YouTube] viewer count decide to make a documentary about real life monsters. They have all the right ingredients for [...]