25 Mar 2019

FILM REVIEW: THE LAPLACE’S DEMON

Having recently finished up its festival run, I’m rooting for GIORDANO GIULIVI’s (APOLLO 54) latest cerebral horror flick THE LAPLACE’S DEMON. Now available on iTunes, Prime Video and more On Demand platforms in the US and Canada, this little gem will hopefully make some waves and find its audience. And

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14 Mar 2019

FILM REVIEW: NOTTE NUDA *NSFW*

Editors note: This review contains images with nudity. I mean, the film IS called NOTTE NUDA which translates in English to NAKED NIGHT so….yeah it’s NSFW.     Whether considering the sophisticated brush strokes of DARIO ARGENTO’s “SUSPIRIA” or the crude grime of ANDREA BIANCHI‘s “BURIAL GROUND: THE NIGHTS OF

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26 Oct 2018

FILM REVIEW: SILENCIO

Isolated in the arid high deserts of Northern Mexico, at the junction of Chihuahua, Coahuila and Durango, spanning about 50 kilometers across, lies the Zona Del Silencio or “Zone Of Silence”. Often considered Mexico’s answer to the Bermuda Triangle, it is a literal hot bed of bizarre phenomenon. The perplexing anomalies

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18 Sep 2018

FILM REVIEW: TERROR TAKEAWAY

As Halloween swiftly creeps in, horror fans will inevitably be dining on an endless buffet of welcome scares and gory treats. This applies to both foreign and domestic markets, and this year Italy is no exception. Director Alberto Bogo (EXTREME JUKEBOX) will soon be serving his second stab at the

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17 Aug 2018

SHORT FILM REVIEWS: ANDREW J.D. ROBINSON

There’s nothing quite like viewing the work of up and coming filmmakers as they test their visual tool belts and flirt with all the possibilities of the medium. Behold the beauty of shorts! They are the unavoidable rite of passage for anyone that is serious about making movies.  A pragmatist

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12 Aug 2018

FILM REVIEW: SHHHH

(Editors note: I couldn’t find many stills for the film so I Googled “Assholes In Movie Theaters” and the images that came up are most certainly of the kind of assholes in movie theaters that would/should die in this film.)   Apologies in advanced for the hacky box art one-liner,

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01 May 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE 12TH MAN

Confession time: Traditionally I find trying to digest war dramas to be fairly work intensive and this is especially the case when it’s based on a true story. If I’m not busying myself by questioning the accuracy of the story, I’m working to navigate through crowds of convoluted subplots that

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