2017 movie review

Zburbs (Movie Review)

Zburbs is a Comedy-Horror film written and directed by Greg Zekowski, known for his directorial work on 2000’s Bloodline: The Devil’s Game. The film revolves around a married couple, Shelly (Marieh Delfino: Jeepers Creepers 2 2003, National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2 2006) and Bill (Ian Alda: ... Read More

Hangman (Movie Review)

For as long as we have had working terminology to put handles on the minds of serial killers, society has not been able to look away. It is a grim fascination with the aberrant and macabre. This fascination drives further study and technology toward understanding ... Read More

Art of Obsession (Movie Review)

It is no secret that the arts are filled with damaged or disturbed creators that use their traumas, challenges, and/or instability to generate some of the most incredible, inspiring works of art. Art and obsession commonly go hand-in-hand, but obsessions turn terrifying when one unhinged ... Read More

The Doll Master (Movie Review)

The human mind is very fragile, easily broken, and even more difficult to repair. Interjecting the topic of mental health into the story, the British Horror film The Doll Master made its way to VOD in the USA back on December 5, 2017 thanks to Cinedigm. ... Read More

Darken (Movie Review)

Once an enlightening haven, the world known as “Darken” has slowly become both a literal and figurative prison of fear; more so for those considered exilers and outsiders. It is a world that is sustained by the “blood” of a purported entity referred to as ... Read More

England Is Mine (Movie Review)

Morrissey has always been something of an enigma. The former Smiths frontman has lived a life shrouded in mystery—and lately in controversy, too. While Morrissey is well-known for the misery-soaked music he gifted to his dedicated fanbase, few seem to consider his time as Steven, ... Read More