Bigfoot FamousThe new comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson called The Hustle is an almost identical remake of the 1988 classic comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin - itself a remake of Marlon Brando’s Bedtime Story. I say “almost” because  ...

Disappearance at Lake Elrod

Time is relative. Or is it? The examination of this phrase and its meaning lies at the center of Disappearance at Lake Elrod, a new psychological crime thriller from Lightbulb Film Distribution.  It's the things you don’t want to remember which are the hardest to forget, you know.  That’s what happens  ...

They're Outside

Keep telling yourself that it’s just a story! As far as found footage movies go, I think the ongoing Blackwell Ghost series proves that there is still a lot of gas in the sub-genre’s tank when it is done correctly.  That’s part of why They’re Outside works so well.  You take a real issue like ...

The Crickets' DanceThere is a slow-moving beauty embedded within each shot of The Crickets’ Dance.  It echoes resoundingly into the audience, too.  It bounces around within the landscape and it comes to a boil as a mystery is unearthed.  That beauty also stretches toward narrative itself as one attorney finds ...

Time NowSometimes a homecoming can only lead to heartbreak.  This is the truth in the spilled guts of Time Now, which is being released by Dark Star Pictures and Uncork’d Entertainment, and it will leave you trembling ...

The Last Duel

“God will not punish those who tell the truth.” One story – three conflicting points of view – two possible outcomes. Though set in the end of the long-ago time of the late 14th century, director Ridley Scott’s newest film, The Last Duel (one of two films from the filmmaking legend we get this ...

Smoke & Mirrors: The Story of Tom SaviniYou know you are getting old when this happens: a career-defining documentary about a celebrity whose work in horror films you grew up admiring.  Except they - like you - are no longer among the young.  The passing of time sucks in that way, my friends, but here we are . . . facing the wrong end  ...

Halloween Kills. . . and KILLS again! The nightmare isn’t over.  Far from it.  Of course, fans of Michael Myers already know this.  The Bogeyman can never be stopped from doing what it does.  In the capable hands of Director David Gordon Green and cinematographer Michael Simmonds, Haddonfield of 1978 comes  ...

LambGrief is a powerful force. Everyone knows it, and those who’ve experienced it, fear it. But never has the burden of its weight been illustrated with such heartbreak as it is in Lamb, a wild and woolly little folktale from A24, the wonderful little studio that brought us Midsommar and Hereditary ...

Demigod

And that’s why it is a bad idea to eat the eye out of a freshly-killed deer. As a fan of Continuum and of Rachel Nichols’ portrayal as Kiera Cameron in that series (which was never given a fair shake), there was no way I was going to miss seeing her in a brand-new horror film.  Thankfully, Demigod is ...

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