Review For New Apocalyptic Indie GO NORTH

 GO NORTH hits select U.S. theatres and VOD this Friday, January 13th! In 2007 Michael Ogens released a heartwarming documentary about a group of street performers in Hollywood that made their…

Review For New Horror Short You’re Going To Die Tonight

You’re Going To Die Tonight enters familiar territory with perfect execution and tension I have been getting a lot of filmmakers contacting me looking to review their movie (which is amazing).…

Review For New Spanish Horror Short, INTO THE MUD

I have always been a fan of Spanish cinema, in fact, they have given me some of the most disturbing films that I could have ever hoped for. So I…

Inbred Slovenian Hillbillies On The Rampage In KILLBILLIES

The hills are alive with the sound of sexually deprived hillbillies So, Killbillies s the first ever horror film to come out of Slovenia and it’s damn impressive. I got…

Review For The Weird And Wonderful DER BUNKER

I can safely say that Nikias Chryssos’  directorial début DER BUNKER is unlike anything you have ever seen. I knew Der Bunker had great reviews from the festival circuit. Apart from that, I knew nothing…

Review For New Japanese Serial-Killer Movie, CREEPY (Fantasia Festival Review)

Fantasia Festival Screened new Japanese horror/thriller CREEPY   The new feature  from Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the director of Japanese horror hit PULSE Japan is home to some of the most fucked up movies…

Moviehooker EXCLUSIVE Interview With Director And Star Of Indie Hit SOME FREAKS

Some Freaks had its world premiere at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. The director and star kindly took the time to answer some of my questions about their important…

Fantasia Festival Review: Some Freaks

Fantasia International Film Festival Held The World Premiere For Ian Allister MacDonald’s, SOME FREAKS   I guess you could call Some Freaks a romantic comedy. I mean, it’s not your…

Ava’s Possessions Is A Unique Take On A Sub -Genre That Has Been Crying Out For Something Fresh And Original

We have no shortage of demonic possession movies out there but most of them follow a tiresome and predictable path, all of them trying to re-create the same fear that,…

Ultra-Violence Never Looked So Beautiful, Review For Tetsuya Nakashima’s Depraved And Disturbing, The World Of Kanako

Director, Tetsuya Nakashima was the Helmer of 2010’s epic revenge movie Confessions. Now Nakashima continues his schooling in filmmaking with another twisted tale of vengeance and murder, The World Of…

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