Blank delivers us an awesomely frightening take on writer’s block.
From is what you get when get when you combine the terrors of The X Files with the world of The Twilight Zone.
How Dark They Prey is a joyride into the dark side of mankind.
When two friends find a body in their bathtub after a raucous Halloween party, the fun and frights begin.
Of The Devil gets an A+ from psychic/medium Marie Gilbert because of the good story line, the believable acting, and the surprise ending.
While it may look good, Camping Trip is marred by a lack of well-written characters.
Infrared offers a more personal journey into things that go numb in the night.
Marie Gilbert says director Maxwell McCabe-Lokos’ film Stanleyville is an unexpected joyride into madness.
Marie Gilbert says that Diary of a Spy from director Adam Christian Clark delivers plenty of suspense.
Aftermath is a superb thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
With The Bloody Man, co-writer/director Daniel Benedict was able to bring together a real horror story with heart.
In A Town Full of Ghosts, Mark and Jena invest their entire life savings on an abandoned ghost town and get more than they bargained for.