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Enter the Fat Dragon Review
It should come as no surprise at this point that I love all types of film, not just horror. Hell, if you’ve been following this site for a long time, I’m sure you’ve had to suffer through some non-horror reviews before. Well, I hate to disappoint, but I have to do it to you one more time. Tonight’s viewing pleasure went to an action comedy, Kenji Tanigaki’s Enter the Fat Dragon.
Officer Fallon Zhu is one of [...]
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 [...]
Better Watch Out Guest Review
So by turning on VRV, I decided to watch one of the movies on my viewing list while I gamed. The choice of the day — 2016’s Better Watch Out. The film claims to be a play on the old home invasion films, but it has one huge twist during half of the film that I can not say without giving it away. So it is a bit of a true challenge to review this film without giving away [...]
Train to Busan Review
There were a ton of horror films released in 2016. Like every year, there are of course, the good, the bad, and the ugly. I wish I could say I’ve seen them all, but we all know that this is close to impossible with real life getting in the way of movie watching. There were, however, a few last-minute releases that were making waves amongst horror fans that I knew I just had to see sooner rather than later. One [...]
When I first started writing film reviews, I did it for pure enjoyment. I’d write about the acting performances, the special effects, and any other element that appeared on the surface of all films I was watching. Now, almost four years later, I’ve found myself using a more critical eye to try to turn films that I don’t necessarily enjoy into something that still presents some enjoyable traits. Sure, I still look at things like the actors and effects, but [...]
Sometimes the films that depict events that can actually happen are more horrifying than the most gory of underground horror cinema. They may not be as grisly or anywhere near as explicit, but real-life events can cause real-life emotions from viewers. Thus is the case with Jamie M. Dagg’s crime thriller, River.
American doctor, John Lake (Rossif Sutherland, Hellions), is taking a much-needed holiday from his clinic in southern Laos. After an alcohol-filled night leads him to intervene [...]