Go/Don't GoIt is a life based on day-in, day-out routine, etched out in earnest atmosphere as Adam (Alex Knapp, who also wrote and directed this movie) embraces the isolation and sameness of his existence in this future-set thriller.  Adam is seemingly alone on the third rock from the sun, but determining the cause  ...

Climate of the HunterWesley (Ben Hall) may or may not be a vampire.  That’s only one of the most fascinating aspects about Climate of the Hunter, a horror film which will leave you wanting to see more from Oklahoma indie filmmaker Mickey Reece ...

Army of OneSometimes the holiday season needs to end up on Santa’s naughty list.  That’s one of the reasons Army of One, starring rising action star Ellen Hollman (The Matrix 4), as Brenner Baker works so well.  While audiences cozy up by the fireplace, she’s out in the wild kicking all sorts of ass.  Why?  Because one  ...

The Facility

Sometimes it is best to leave the unknown alone . . . or the head-bandaged monsters will get ya! Written and directed by The Rizen’s Matt Mitchell, The Facility continues the story at the center of the aforementioned film and takes aim at those secret, occult experiments ...

The Mark of the Bell WitchSome people have grown up with the legend of the Bell Witch.  I was a young boy in Kansas when I first heard this tale of supernatural folklore and, considering that it has its roots in a town of only 600 people, that fact is quite an achievement and it is due to its terrifying nature as first documented  ...

Sound of MetalSound of Metal, the new film from first-time director Darius Marder opens with a loud, distorted cacophony of modulation, ringing, and unpleasant noise as a two-piece metal band thrashes about the stage at a concert ...

Black Pumpkin

Get ready for Bloody Bobby! Beginning with a clip from Night of the living Dead playing in the background might be a good way to shoot yourself in the foot, but Black Pumpkin, even in its opening minutes, does two things correctly.  First, within minutes, a welcome ...

Paintball MassacreWhy would anyone attend a high school reunion?  Let the past be the past, you know.  That’s the question posed by the bartender at the reunion which takes center stage in Paintball Massacre, a new horror film from Uncork’d Entertainment, which arms its participants with house-guns ...

Eternal CodeScience Fiction has a long history of being morality tales.  These far-fetched stories have a lot to say and they carry conscious weight to them, no matter their medium.  From the minutes ticking by in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis to the pages of H.G. Wells, there are a lot of future frustrations contained  ...

BackwoodsAnd on the Twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me . . . a slasher for the #MeToo era! Backwoods begins by traveling along a winding and lonely dirt road.  This eerie opening scene is reminiscent of a David Lynch creation: just the road and the ambiance of the moment.  It fills our visual and auditory senses ...

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