The Babysitter has that 80's kind of retro feel to it, so if you're one of those who happen to love films like, All Cheerleaders Die, and perhaps are looking forward to the similarly styled Death Day and Tragedy Girls, you are without a doubt going to enjoy this; a guaranteed bloody-fun time.Read More
Man Dog Man is a hilariously grim eleven-minute romp that hints at some of the lengths Condo is willing to go in order to tell his story, this being an indication of what we'll get from the budding director, there's good reason to get excited...
...you’re in for a darkly comedic dogie treat.Read More
"Placebo", is a substance/treatment with no active effect. Sometimes it is given in order to deceive the patient into thinking that it's actually working; this is called the "placebo effect", which in Latin means, "I shall please".Read More
...it's the realistic setup, which leads to very realistic misfortune - misfortune that COULD have been avoided - that allows these 6 minutes to have as much an impact as something telling the same story, in 90Read More
...you have in Elliot a profoundly gut wrenching journey that's deeply affecting. Be prepared to run through the gamut of emotion, and in turn, experience disgust, fear, hope, and crushing despairRead More
We really can’t recommend this enough, and for horror fans who are lucky to have the opportunity to attend any of the festivals this is playing at, DON'T MISS IT.Read More
Two band mates stuck serving coffee on Halloween need to kill time before their biggest show yet. Too bad for them time isn't the only thing being killed.
Director: Topher Hansson
Writer: Topher Hansson
Stars: Kati McCarron, Topher Hansson, Bérénice Achille
For the most part, each "kill" offers up something hilariously unique about it that you can't help but either gawk in astonishment or laugh in disbelief. I won't give them away, but the hammy performances of those meeting their demise, lend the perfect flavor to what would (should?) otherwise be disturbing acts of violenceRead More
There's a very recognizeable common thread that binds George James Fraser's recent work together, specifically Happenstance, and My Little Miracle - and it's not just the Shyamalan-esque twists either.Read More
When Sam returns home to the tidal island where he grew up to attend a funeral, he soon discovers that the seedy underbelly of this small community harbours more than just a few secrets.
...there was no denying that the Dogged Kickstarter would be a successful one. The only question that remained was, would the qualities which made the short film such a horrifically endearing experience, translate well to a full length feature film.
To cut to the chase; yes, they would.Read More
When Sam and Lola are the victims of a peeping tom, Sam's life begins to spiral out of control. After a series of terrifying encounters with masked maniacs, he must stay alive long enough to expose their true identities.
The first thing that immediately hits you when the short starts is the score. A score can make or break a horror movie in many ways, but this one is dark, intense, and really sets the tone for the story as it unfolds.Read More
Needless to say, if you're the sensitive type, and you prefer your horror films to play it safe (read: boring) - STAY AWAY. Thick-skinned gore hounds however, couldn't ask for a better gift than this! Craig Anderson's mean-spirited yuletide splatterfest is just the film for youRead More
...first 'Ghost in the Shell', and now 'Death Note'... I feel pretty much the same about both films. They don't really do anything sacrilegious or infuriating to the source material, and despite some flaws, they are pretty damn fun.Read More
...while Ghost House certainly has its fair share of stumbles, mainly in the way of editing inconsistencies, oddly misplaced musical pieces, and Jim, it still manages to be a highly energetic, gorgeously shot ghost story.Read More
Space Babes blasts us out of this world, to what feels like a long lost 'USA Up All Night' universe. This is easily the most light-hearted and fun romp we've seen from Williams.Read More
Rotten Love is a grisly charming short film, not unlike the recent indie hit, Nina Forever; it has something to say about the prospect of unconditional love, and finding the strength to move past tragedy.Read More
However, whatever heights it does manage to reach, made for a fairly entertaining horror flick, one propelled by decently gory kills, relatable - sometimes even likable - characters, plenty of obligatory titillation, and a fantastic surprise ending that left me smilingRead More
There comes along very rarely, a movie that exceeds all expectations, so much so that you are left utterly speechless. Here I am after having viewed Cat Sick Blues, mouth agape, absolutely giddy, and at a complete loss for wordsRead More
I really was excited to finally watch, what I sincerely thought would be, a film that would find it's ability to subvert in the strength of its perversion. I thought I found something that was more than its surface pegged it to be - a vapid exercise in "edginess" this wasn't - for sure, a boundary pusher in all the right ways!Read More
REVIEW - A bit more tolerable than its follow up film, "I Stand Alone", Carne is a gradual descent towards depravity, a depressing ride that only asks 40 minutes of our attention. It's less one-note than the sequel (the butcher gets to be a human being, even if just for a small while), and so, is easier to digest as a result.
Heads up to anyone sensitive to violence against animals, the film starts with the mutilation and preparation of a horse to be eaten.Read More
Let me apologize in advance for the incoherent adoration you're about to read. It's just, I can't begin to express the swelling joy and rapture I feel in knowing films like this exist, and the absolute privilege, YES PRIVILEGE, it is for me to experience themRead More