17 Nov 2019

FILM REVIEW: RED LETTER DAY

Looking for a fresh start in a new community, a recently divorced mother and her two teenager kids receive some cryptic letters in the mail that assign each of them a neighbor to kill, before that same neighbor kills them. Considering the premise, it is tempting (and even fair) to

Bobby Pearson 0
23 Sep 2019

FILM REVIEW: PREY

When I first received my copy of the deserted island horror flick PREY, I admit that I didn’t know what to expect. What I did know was that the film was produced by genre favorite production company BLUMHOUSE and directed by Franck Khalfoun. This was a promising revelation, considering the

Andy Breslow 0
18 Mar 2019

FILM REVIEW: 20TH CENTURY FAUX

Recently I was given a sneak peek of 20th CENTURY FAUX, the newest short film compilation by filmmakers Will Blank & Jake Bradbury. I admit that I was a newcomer to their work, but from what I’ve seen, it looks like these two have a bright future. FEAR FOREVER was

Andy Breslow 0
22 Nov 2018

FILM REVIEW: GIRLS NIGHT ANTHOLOGY

French indie film maker David Teixeira has given fans of amateur horror his interpretation of the classic slasher with his film GIRLS NIGHT. Although the film doesn’t particularly bring anything new to the table it is a valid entry into the sub-genre. Three friends Jess (Marina de Sousa), Chloe (Liliana

Erin Grant 0
30 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: MAYHEM (TORONTO AFTER DARK)

MAYHEM played at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival this month. My schedule did not allow me to go see it when it played in the theatre, so I watched it at home.  Before I delve deeper (and reveal some spoilers) I will say this: If you get the chance

Amy 0