Reviews – 2015

The Lights (2015)

The Lights (2015)

Australian Indie Film “The Lights” is low-budget, but high enjoyment. The Lights is filmed about as low-budget and found footage-y as it gets. The camera quality is low, but for me, that added to realness of what I was watching; which was an alien encounter in the countryside of South Wales. …

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AGATHA (2015)

Timothy Vandenberg’s short film AGATHA proves promising as it delivers chills in it’s 8 minutes of screen time. Official Synopsis: “The orphan train comes daily, spilling hundreds of children onto the streets of Pennsylvania in the late 1800’s. Desperate and alone, the penniless 7 year old Sophie, entrusts an older …

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She Who Must Burn (2015)

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  Starring Sarah Smyth, Shane Twerdun, Jewel Staite, Missy Cross Directed by Larry Kent   Let’s get one thing crystal clear: Larry Kent, director of She Who Must Burn, doesn’t sugarcoat a goddamn thing. He doesn’t shy away from discussing issues like abortion and rape, nor does he charge at …

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Dark Prism (2015)

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Dark Prism may just be the most fun I’ve ever had clawing my eyes out in stark raving madness. The director, Dylan Mars Greenberg, acts as both a master of madness and curator for experiences you won’t find elsewhere. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a true “experience” …

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Room (2015) – Two Halves of a Movie

Room (2015)

It’s not often that the Wife and I sit down to watch a movie together. It’s even less often that we watch a horror flick as she generally hates them. We’ve been on what I can only describe as a run lately watching a whopping TWO movies together in the …

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Loving Maggie When Most Don’t

Maggie

As great as The Walking Dead has been and aside from some comedy horrors of the 2000s, there hasn’t been much worthwhile in the world of the flesh-eating subgenre since Romero’s Dead and The Return of the Living Dead’s trilogies. The downfall with zombies is – there isn’t much more …

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