The Vigil: Are you afraid of the dark?

For a first-time director, Keith Thomas has demonstrated in his new film, The Vigil, an understanding of horror that established filmmakers still struggle with. The Vigil, being released after making waves...

Psycho Goreman: The movie we need right NOW!

With his new film, Pyscho Goreman, Canadian film director, Steven Kostanski shows us that he understands that for genre fusion to work, you have to understand where to two genres meet. Nita-Josee Hanna...

Spiral: Paranoia, insanity, and good neighbors

What Kurtis David Harder truly succeeds with his new horror film, Spiral, is drawing on the familiar reality of how devastating a single act of trauma can stalk your life for the rest of your life. When you...

Mulan – Heartful, and Fun

There’s always been one singular problem with the idea of remaking films, the audience. On one side of the auditorium, there are the cinephiles that don’t have any interest in seeing a remake of a film...

Swamp Thing: Gory, Messy, and Fun

If we’re going talk about the new Swamp Thing live-actio series, premiering this fall on the CW, we’re going to have to talk about Alan Moore first. In 1983, then-editor at DC, Len Wein,  one of the...

Z – Imaginary friends and your deepest fears

Brandon Christensen’s new film, Z, addresses the idea that we can outgrow our deepest fears. Z follows Keegan Connor Tracy’s Elizabeth Parsons and her husband living the idyllic quiet life in suburbs...

Extraction: Bullets, blood, and mayhem!

Even if you don’t know the name Sam Hargrave, I promise you that you’ve seen him. Sam Hargrave is a stunt man that’s had the unbelievable luck for doubling everyone from Chris Evans in the Marvel films,...