The Green Inferno Review

Hi everyone. The Green Inferno is an Eli Roth movie. If you know who he is, and you’re still interested, please carry on paying attention to this film. If you
By Daniel Rom on 07 Mar 2016

The Hateful Eight Review

The Hateful Eight and Quentin Tarantino are (unsurprisingly) cultural agents of incendiary race and gender debates, with regard to the purpose of film as a medium for messages about the
By Sindi-Leigh McBride on 02 Feb 2016

Children of Sorrow Review

Children of the sorrow could be described as a typical cult movie, however it absolutely extends this definition of eerie and sinister, taking horror it into new realms of utter
By Chelsey Walsh on 07 Oct 2014

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D Review

Tobe Hooper created what I consider to be a masterpiece in horror cinematography history. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre hit theaters in 1974 and audiences were greeted with a movie so
By Graham van der Made on 29 Oct 2013

Punishment Review

Punishment wants to desperately to be a “homage” to the early Slasher films of the 70’s and 80’s. This is not inherently a bad thing, however it fails to realize
By Daniel Rom on 22 Aug 2013

The Wicked Review

You can make a wonderful movie with a limited budget. You can even make a wonderful horror movie with a limited budget. What you should never do, however, is aim
By Daniel Rom on 22 Aug 2013

Evil Dead (2nd Opinion)

Evil Dead is a remake of Sam Raimi’s 1981 horror film The Evil Dead. In both films a group of young students visit a cabin in the woods. Here they
By Claudia Hauter on 15 Aug 2013

Evil Dead Review

Back in 1981, a then unknown Sam Raimi made the original Evil Dead, a classic horror film that helped to start the “cabin in the woods” genre of horror films
By Guest on 05 Aug 2013