Sleepless Beauty Film Review: Not so much torture but it has an amazing animation

It begins with an ambassador’s assassination plot and a chat window that informs us of a new method of getting people to do certain things. Then we see Mila through…

Secret Zoo Film Review: A lighthearted comedy that definitely hit the mark

Son Jae-Gon keeps making contributions to the comedy genre (The Man Who Saw Too Much, My Scary Girl, Villain and Widow), now with a trendy but beautiful message in it;…

Alone Trailer

When an outbreak hits, Aidan barricades himself inside his apartment and starts rationing food. His complex is overrun by infected Screamers, and with the world falling apart into chaos, he…

Perempuan Tanah Jahanam aka Impetigore Review: A little village full of creepy people who have a thing for puppets and satanic rituals

Joko Anwar has delivered some amazing films, like “Modus Anomali”, “The Forbidden Door” and “Satan’s Slaves”; obviously I was thrilled since I learned he was filming a new horror movie…

TERROR 5: New South American Horror Anthology – Artsploitation Films

Indie Horror Film Terror 5 Coming to DVD & VOD April 2 Brothers Sebastian and Federico Rotstein Direct This Horror Anthology   Artsploitation Films have had some great, gut-wrenching horror in the last…

Cold Hell (Die Hölle) 2017 Exclusive to Shudder 15th, March 2018

Mr MovieHooker reluctantly passed Cold Hell to me to watch last week. His internet is still not firing on all cylinders and quite frankly, it’s making me happy. If not…

Diverge (2016) Review — Two Paths, One Life

Diverge has been playing at festivals in 6 countries since 2016. Releases February 18, 2018 to the public via VOD from Gravitas Ventures.

CUT SHOOT KILL: A Disappointing, Wasted Opportunity

 CUT SHOOT KILL Hit VOD On August 8th Struggling actress, Serena (Alexandra Socha) is having a hard time finding an acting job. Wondering if she will ever catch a break, she…

An Oddly Original Tale Of Vampirism: Review for THE TRANSFIGURATION

  The directorial debut from Michael O’Shea hits VOD on August 8th The Transfiguration is the tale of Milo, a young boy who has a strong desire to be a…

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…

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