Depraved (2019)When Mary Shelley started writing her Frankenstein novel, I wonder if she knew just how fluid and longstanding her masterpiece of fiction would prove to be.  Probably not, right?  I mean, that’s not the writer’s purpose.  We, the audience, are the ...

Hellmington - Movie ReviewBecause secrets – especially those involving cold, cold corpses – don’t stay buried forever.  This is where an independent feature like Hellmington, willing to get is hands dirty, gets its strength ...

Satanic Panic Ca-Ca-Crazy lives here and, if you are anything like me and my warped sensibility, you are gonna love it  ...

Brittany Runs a Marathon (2019)We all have our marathons to run. Whether battling drug addiction, fighting a disease, or simply trying to raise a family the right way, life is hard and it presents many challenges that we must overcome to be happy with ourselves ...

It CHapter TwoWhen Stephen King’s doorstop novel was adapted for TV in the 90’s, it accomplished what shouldn’t have been possible. King’s novel is a behemoth tome, with dozens of characters, and was one of his truly graphic forays into the horror genre for ...

The Farewell What a beautiful tapestry we weave when the threads of inclusion and diversity are laced into the fabric of an industry. Such is the case with a Hollywood currently at the forefront of the inclusion and representation movement. Lots of work still needs to be done, but ...

Clownado

It’s over the BIG TOP fun when Big Ronnie (John O’Hara) and his Circus of A Thousand Wonders arrives in your town!  Your ass better hightail it for the hills! Clownado, written and directed by Todd Sheets (Dreaming Purple Neon, Bonehill Road), knows exactly ...

GwenArthouse films have a lot to offer fans of the horror genre.  Gwen, operating as a feminist folk tale, is yet another example of that statement.    ...

The Peanut Butter Falcon - Movie ReviewFeaturing a special needs character in a film is always a risky proposition that has the potential to cross that fine line between exploitation and exposition. ...

The Nightingale The trees on this godless land are bare throughout The Nightingale.  They look like crooked fingers stretching up toward an empty sky that offers nothing but darkness.  So, too appears the land surrounding Clare Carrol’s (Aisling Franciosi) home.  She’s an Irish convict trying to get clear of Tasmania ...

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