Chloë Sevigny

Lizzie (Movie Review)

What makes a better Horror story than cold blooded murder? How about an unsolved real life mysterious tale of a double murder sprinkled into a forbidden love challenge bombarded with uncomfortable situations of a sexual nature? That is just the tip of the iceberg when ... Read More

Interview – Craig William Macneill

Perhaps one of the most infamous, mysterious, and compelling murders in America history is the case of Lizzie Borden. A story depicted in films, theatrical productions, literary works, and folk rhymes for centuries now, it still intrigues many. Growing up in the New England area, just ... Read More

The Dinner (Movie Review)

Are right and wrong subjective entities? How do you draw the lines when your own child is involved in a horrific tragedy? Based off the stellar novel comes The Dinner, a Drama presented by The Orchard and Code Red, which was released into select theaters ... Read More

Antibirth (Movie Review)

Initially premiering at Sundance on January 25th of 2016, American-Canadian Independent film Antibirth was quickly picked up by IFC Midnight. A mix of Horror and Comedy, Antibirth was soon after released as part of IFC’s Midnight Film series on September 2nd, and rightfully so, because ... Read More