Kill or Be Killed was marketed as “the greatest Hollywood martial arts movie ever made!” But we’re here to tell you that is definitely not the case.
I previously reviewed Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk after seeing it on the big screen at The Palace in Syracuse NY. I was very moved by this picture, and raved about it. … Continue reading ‘Mohawk’ Arrives on Blu-Ray
The Warriors AlamoCity is a feature length fan film that adds some backstory to the original with a little retconning for good measure.
Arrow Video recently dropped its limited edition Blu-ray/DVD of Dario Argento’s second feature, Cat O’Nine Tails.
Comparing Fake Blood to Catfish makes me feel like this review is already giving too much away, but, Spoiler Alert! It’s a risk I’m willing to take.
Mohawk is the follow-up to director Ted Geoghegan’s 2015 film We Are Still Here, from a script he co-wrote with Grady Hendrix (the writer of Horrorstor, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, and Paperbacks From Hell). I was fortunate enough to catch an early screening in Syracuse this past Friday at the Palace Theater, where Geoghegan was in attendance to introduce the movie and do a Q&A at the end.
Nicolas Cage is having quite the year. It’s only the beginning of February and he’s already had a lot of buzz. Sadly, the least exciting thing about 2018 so far for Cage is Looking Glass.
Inoperable uses Groundhog Day mixed with both supernatural and slasher movie aesthetics for what sounds good on paper, but feels a like a little too much in practice.
“It’s not a remake. It’s not a sequel. And it’s not based on a Japanese one,” claimed the original poster for Adam Green’s 2006 horror comedy Hatchet. The movie revived … Continue reading Victor Crowley Returns Today!
With a holiday season as cold as this one has been, a trip to the movies with my family was a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Here in the … Continue reading ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Is a Treat for the Whole Family
‘Bright,’ the first big budget, straight-to-Netflix movie starring Will Smith is not as bad as you have been led to believe.
I went in to ‘The Last Jedi’ ready to see my hero draw his lightsaber and turn the 38-year-old man sitting in my seat back into that little kid in a cape. But that didn’t happen.