He Never DiedApril 15, 2016
Jack, a social outcast, is thrust out of his comfort zone when the outside world bangs on his door and he can’t contain his violent past. He Never Died is a 2015 Canadian/American comedic horror film that was written and directed by Jason Krawczyk. It had its world premiere on 17 March 2015 at South
Kill Your FriendsApril 10, 2016
Kill Your Friends is a 2015 British dark comedy crime–thriller film directed by Owen Harris, script written by John Niven based on his own written 2008 novel of the same name. The film stars Nicholas Hoult, Craig Roberts, Tom Riley, and Georgia King. The film was selected to be shown in the City to City
Motivational GrowthOctober 26, 2015 Respond
After a failed TV set leads to a failed suicide attempt, depressed and reclusive Ian Folivor (Adrian DiGiovanni) begins taking life advice from The Mold (Jeffrey Combs) a fungal growth in his filthy bathroom.
BLOOD FEAST [Herschell Gordon Lewis, 1963]April 16, 2015 Respond
It is a rare and holy (Easter) occasion to offer a sneak bloody review into a movie such as Blood Feast. Hershell Gordon Lewis opens up with this movies the floodgates for that viscous and vicious materiality for the entire world to see: gore movies. This is a one-of-a-kind movie, a trite, to the wound-,
The Voices (2015)March 14, 2015 Respond
From the director of Persepolis comes a dark comedy about a likeable guy pursuing his office crush with the help of his evil talking pets – but things turn sinister when she stands him up for a date. The Voices is a 2014 Biography film directed by Marjane Satrapi and written by Michael R. Perry.
The Tower (TV, 1993)February 9, 2015 Respond
The Tower has a lot to say about the occult nature of corporations. INTERCORP – the filmic corporation may be the first truly artificial, openly anti-human conglomerate, debugging itself as it debugs its human ’employees’ and their damaging activities and blunders. We can see but we cannot stop what its electronic eyes can scan, running
Ravenous (1999)January 22, 2015 Respond
this post works as a mere reminder of a movie that is unfairly neglected, underrated if not simply forgotten. ravenous, an oddball directed by antonia bird is definitely not what you would call a crowd-pleaser. and considering its dreadful official poster, who would give this movie a second thought? but, joking aside, ravenous dwells on
The Battery (2012)January 3, 2015 Respond
two basketball players who’ve formed a battery (a defensive team of catcher and pitcher) back in the old days survive an apocalypse we don’t get to know anything about. wandering and scavenging ever since. one of them still dreaming of the old world and fantasizing about a pair of pink panties and a husky female