For a short film, ‘Blood Oak’ from BCS Films brings the wintry horror, being a worthy entry into the small genre of upstate New York horror.
No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
Red Letter Day ratchets up the paranoia, big laughs, and practical gore effects to create a wild and unique horror experience.
The Mortuary Collection is sure to make its way into heavy rotation around Spook-a-Doodle time.
Frostpunk’s biggest success is that it provides real gravity to the usual strategy formula
There are so many different things going on ‘Making Monsters’ that one film can’t hold them all. And this one doesn’t. It’s still a fun watch.
‘MediEvil’ comes to the PlayStation 4 in a remastered version that made reviewer E.A. Henson’s jaw drop, but not completely off.
Mike Thorn’s double shot of short horror, ‘Dreams of Lake Drukka’ and ‘Exhumation,’ don’t need much time to deliver a case of the chills.
‘Witches in the Woods’ tries a lot of different things, but none of them work as well as Sachin Hingoo wants them to.
Retro side-scroller ‘Fight’N Rage’ brings old arcade fighting games to mind, but not much else. Richard Kirwin places his review In the Game.
With sure direction and a surprise-filled script, Bong Joon-ho’s award-winning festival favorite, ‘Parasite,’ may be the best film of the year.
Peek behind the canvas curtain with the excellent wrestling documentary, ‘Nail in the Coffin: The Fall and Rise of Vampiro.’