07 Feb 2018

*NSFW* FILM REVIEW : DEAD. TISSUE. LOVE. – FINAL GIRLS BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL

                                                                          *NSFW WARNING*        *THIS POST CONTAINS NUDITY – NOT SAFE FOR WORK (Unless your work is cool with that)* Natasha Austin-Green is a cutting edge experimental documentary filmmaker, who shows us once again that boundaries of taboo subjects can make you reconsider

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05 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: LOCK IN – (1 of 3 SHORT FILMS)

It’s always amazing when you attend a film festival and you walk away remembering a short film, rather than a feature. It’s no mystery to anyone that attends film festivals, that often times the short film programs are the first to sell out. With the advancements in technology, as well

Andy Breslow 0
04 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW : PLEASE LOVE ME FOREVER – Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

The 1st of February marked the opening night of the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival(FGBFF). It’s a film festival created with the purpose of putting the spotlight on horror that is directed, written or produced by anyone who identifies as female. Like almost any other industry, the film industry is

Erin Grant 0
03 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: PREVENGE – Final Girls Berlin Film Festival

This weekend marks the return of the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, and the line-up is looking strong. This particular fest aims to showcase female driven horror films, whether they’re writers, producers, or directors. It’s about damn time that women start getting some horror recognition, since many of the strongest

Andy Breslow 0
02 Feb 2018

CONTEST: CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS iTUNES GIVE-AWAY (CANADA ONLY, SORRY!)

Yesterday we posted our review for the Rob Zombie narrated documentary CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS.  This film is extremely compelling and gives a much more personal viewpoint than so many of the Manson documentaries before. It also marks the last film Manson collaborated on before his passing in November

Amy 0
01 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: CHARLES MANSON: THE FINAL WORDS

It’s a strange time we live in. Kids are eating tide pods and everyday the fight over Charles Manson‘s body gets weirder with more people coming out of the woodwork, trying to stake their claim. Charles Manson died November 19th 2017.  In the year before his death Manson collaborated with

Amy 0
22 Jan 2018

FILM REVIEW: LIKE ME

LIKE ME is an impressive debut from first-time writer/director Robert Mockler, and shows immense potential. It was a tricky film for me to review, because I’m not really sure whether or not I actually liked it. I’m not opposed to something that challenges me to use my brain, but I

Andy Breslow 0
16 Jan 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE ROAD MOVIE

As a somewhat new driver who is not all that confident in their automotive capabilities yet, maaaaaybe this wasn’t the movie for me.  Sure, I can and have spent copious amounts of time over the years watching crash compilations on Youtube, but those are edited for maximum destruction.  If THE

Amy 0
15 Jan 2018

Book Review: Hug Chickenpenny: The Panegyric of an Anomalous Child

There is no doubt that S. Craig Zahler is making a name for himself as an incredible director and writer. His first film, BONE TOMAHAWK was a successful, genre-bending take on a classic Western and the recently released BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 had people positively salivating . It’s fairly

Erin Grant 0
12 Jan 2018

Film Review: MUSCLECAR

MUSCLECAR is an Australian independent horror-comedy that has gained my appreciation as an instant Ozploitation classic. Not only that, it’s a film which debunks the overtly sweeping sentiment that grindhouse cinema is dead. Rockabilly babe Bambi Steele (Jacinta Stapleton) is almost broke after her directorial debut fails. That doesn’t stop

Erin Grant 0