Movie Review-Ghosthouse / Witchery [Blu-ray]

Review-I am so happy that Scream Factory is going back to the golden age of VHS horror. Their slate is full of so many fun classics that as a fan of both the genre and blu ray technology how can you be anything more than excited. Case in point, Ghosthouse and Witchery. Ghosthouse really has

Music Review-Exovex-Radio Silence

Review-Progressive rock is starting to change, and leading this new revolt is a band called Exovex. Not sure if band is the proper term for Dale Simmons new project. This bastard child of multi-instrumental Dale really takes the elements we all like about Prog rock and changes them in a very odd way. I will

Music Review-Failure-The Heart is a Monster

Review-In a year that Faith No More would make their return to music, here comes another band that has not been on the scene since the 90’s, Failure. I remember Fantastic Planet and that catchy radio single Sgt. Politeness, like it was yesterday. The band that I felt was a cross between the catchiness of

Movie Review-While We’re Young

Review-Noah Baumbach has taken what people loved so much about his two past films The Squid and the Whale and Greenberg and combined them in his latest While We’re Young. Like Squid, Noah explores in this film marriage at its core and heart. Like Greenberg, he also explores mid-life crisis and the anger and beauty

Movie Review-Silent Retreat

Review-Silent Retreat was directed by Tricia Lee, who has a history of directing short films but this is her first feature length. The mentality of a short film director is cram as much as you can in a small allotted time. That technique is evident in this film. As the film opens we meet Janey

Movie Review-Maggie

Review-Arnold Schwarzenegger goes to the art-house in a zombie drama called Maggie. Directed by first time film director Henry Hobson, we explore a scaled back Arnold who is stripped away of his action persona and those campy one liner’s. In this film he portrays everyday man Wade Vogel. Wade has a problem though, his 16

Movie Review-Howling II: Your Sister Is A Werewolf

Review-Philippe Mora in the 80’s had the reputation as a director who really seemed to be making a big name for himself. He had the surprise horror hit with The Beast Within and then followed it up with the Rutger Hauer and Kathleen Turner little adventure called A Breed Apart. Some will say that is

Movie Review-Der Todesking (The Death King)

Review-Cult Epics is either the most daring company out there, or the oddest company. I feel that debate can be clearly seen in the film type these people put out. Some critics like me and others who love the disturbing cult and art house appeal films will salivate every time they release something. The ordinary

Movie Review-Society

Review-Brian Yuzna has directed some of my favorite and not so favorite films. He took over the Re-Animator series with its two sequels. He also tried to create his own franchise with The Dentist. Return of the Living Dead III is still in my books one of the best zombie films. The list can go

Movie(s) Review-1990: The Bronx Warriors—Escape From the Bronx—The New Barbarians

Review-Enzo Castellari is to Italian fans what Roger Corman is to American fans. My first taste of his films came in the form of The Last Shark. The Last Shark had a brief US run to try and capitalize at the time on the Shark craze. Directors like Enzo really capitalized on the video store