Movie Review

Drag Me To Hell – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Today, I’m doing something different! A video review of Drag Me To Hell Blu-ray from Scream Factory. Enjoy! Screenshots

Happy Hunting – Review (Umbrella Entertainment DVD)

What happens when you take concepts from The Purge and The Most Dangerous Game, put them in a blender and hit purée? What would most likely come out is the film Happy Hunting, a low budget thriller from directors Joe Dietsch and Louie Gibson. Sometimes combining concepts of other movies can be a terrible idea, but other times it works out for the best. Happy Hunting falls somewhere smack dab in th...

Ronin – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

When do we think the last great Robert De Niro film was? I believe Ronin is the film that capped off his career. If you take a look at his IMDb page you can see that after 1998’s Ronin, his choices of movies have been, how do we say this nicely, terrible. Honestly though, if you want to end your career on a high note, Ronin would be the way to do it. It’s a fast-paced thrill ride that ...

S.O.S. Tidal Wave – Review (Olive Films Blu-ray)

S.O.S. Tidal Wave is a terrible film. There I said it. It was made in 1939, it only has a runtime of 62 minutes, and it’s a festering turd. It’s meant to be a political thriller with a mix of disaster film with a tidal wave heading to wipe out New York. However, the tidal wave plot point doesn’t show up until the final 10 minutes, and it’s just footage from another film tit...

Dark Age – Review (Umbrella Entertainment Blu-ray)

The Australian 1987 horror film Dark Age feels like a possible Jaws rip-off and older audiences Free Willy before there was a Free Willy. It stars Wolf Creek actor John Jarrett in awfully short shorts, the gorgeous Nikki Coghill/her boobs and a giant somewhat rubber looking crocodile. It features enough croc munching to please fans, and enough Aussies doing Aussie things to please Ozploitation fan...

Slither – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

I remember back in 2002 when James Gunn was the guy who was known for writing the Scooby-Doo movie and everyone freaked out when he was attached to write the remake of Dawn of the Dead. Of course, the DOTD remake turned out to be excellent, and Gunn impressed again in 2006 with the fantastic horror film Slither. Gunn has gone on to do even more amazing movies, but the film we are discussing today ...

The Devil’s Candy – Review

I jumped into The Devil’s Candy knowing that it was going to feature some heavy metal music and demon possession. I did not know, however, that it was light on the demon possession and thick on the home invasion-esque storyline. The backbone of The Devil’s Candy does rely on Satan dragging his sharp pointy fingers into the weak minded, this time the weak individual is known as Ray (pla...

Lost Password