Werewolves Within

Filmmaker Josh Ruben and Mishna Wolff have pulled off a near miracle with Werewolves Within, their wildly entertaining big screen adaptation of Ubisoft’s popular video game of the same name. As if bucking the recent trend of video-game-to-feature-film failure wasn’t challenge ...

Medusa

Because you can’t keep a good woman down! From Jagged Edge Productions and Devilworks, Medusa, rather interestingly, takes the mythological figure that we know from the pages of past incarnations and transforms her into a once bitten twice shy queen of the serpents figure and it is here where she towers ...

Hatched

When dinosaurs attack! Basking in the B-movie glory of low budget cinema's yesteryear, Hatched arrives just in time to keep all of our Jurassic asses in line as the summer starts and the quarantine masks start coming off.  Leave it to the British to bring back ...

Lilith

Beware!  Here thar be DEMONS who will do more than suck upon your bones!  Well, it rhymes with suck at the very least. This is the unholy territory of not-so sorority heartbreak when one forlorn college student, Jenna Collins ...

Rock, Paper And ScissorsChamber piece narratives in which a trio of relationships are central to its structure work because of one thing: dysfunction.  And it is that exactly which this movie excels in as tension threatens to wipe out every corner in this domestic thriller   ...

Angel (Un Ange)A beach side proposal of marriage equates to a ticket out of a lifetime of poverty in Angel (Un Ange), a film with more than a few tricks up its sleeves as two individuals from wildly different places meet and fall in love ...

Miranda Veil

Well, well, well, what do we have here?!  Solid gold, that's what! Miranda Veil, a unique slice of horror/fantasy by way of an unassuming character study, arrives and brings with it a reckoning of cult-like creativity that MUST be recognized by all those hellbent on howling at ...

Woe

Get rid of whatever doesn’t make you happy.  Wise words, but in the context of this movie?  WOW! In what goes down as a very disturbing opening, Woe begins with a solitary man, Charlie (Adam Halferty), clutching a garbage bag which is shaped like a person - a very still person.  He holds the garbage bag as if ...

Infinite

Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Magnificent Seven, The Equalizer), where are you?  Surely, Infinite is NOT the movie you wanted to make. Full of way too much stand still explanation that results in a quasi-nauseous feeling of déjà vu, Infinite - now streaming on Paramount Plus - is an utter disappointment as it  ...

F.E.A.R.Fear is a movie where a moment’s hesitation costs lives.  This point is made immensely clear in the opening scene in which a young boy hesitates on offing what appears to be a very sick person.  He looks to his father for some fortitude and, in that moment, the infected person STRIKES! ...

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