Category Archives: Movie Reviews

Movie Review-Red Krokodil

Review-Director Domiziano Cristopharo has been a very interesting director. Some may compare him to a Bava in terms of not really understanding his vision but finding enough eye candy not to complain too much. His last few films I have seen I thought was the signal he was going into more hardcore adult related horror?

Movie Review-Planet of the Vampires

Review-The film opens with two spaceships named Argos and Galliot. They are traveling past a planet that is called Aura. The planet it seems is sending signals to them. The people on the spaceship think that there could be some sort of life on the planet and decide to go explore. As they get close

Movie Review-My Demon Within

Review-Imagine if Wishmaster was more about personal revenge than granting wishes. My Demon Within introduces us to Cyril Bass. He is a very nice guy who seems to get run over a lot and treated like trash. He has a crush on the girl who lives in the apartment beside him, but she has the

Movie Review-Estranged

Review-Just when you thought it was safe to have a family reunion. The family reunion that takes place in this film is going to really make you start thinking about your own family. The film opens on a happy note, which for these kinds of films is never promising. We see January and her boyfriend

Movie Review-Badge of Honor

Review-Structured like a television movie with a topic that feels like it could ripped out of today’s headlines. Badge of Honor focuses on two narcotic detectives that during a drug bust, one of them accidently shoots a teenage kid who is unarmed. Mike after this happens realizes that someone else watched him do it, but

Movie Review-Crimson Peak

Review-Crimson Peak takes place in Boston at the dawn of the 20th Century. We meet Edith Cushing who is an aspiring writer. Her book is a love story that has ghosts in it. Little does she know, that her real life will mirror that premise as the film goes on. Sir Thomas Sharpe enters her

Movie Review-MI-5

Review-Going into this film, I did not watch the British TV series that aired in America and A&E. So, this review will be seen as a stand alone film, more than what the television show provided or who returned for the film. The film opens with this motorcade lead by the MI-5 team, they are

Movie Review-When Black Birds Fly

Review-” There is no art without risk”. I remember a teacher telling me that in college and that sentence pretty much sums up what I feel about the art house film. I love a film to be daring, bold and yet expressive in its own language that the mainstream may dismiss but true fans will

Blu Ray Review-Pieces

Special Features: TWO complete versions of this shocking gore classic PIECES (83 minutes) – the original, unrated U.S. theatrical version, presented in English MIL GRITOS TIENE LA NOCHE (86 minutes) – the original uncensored director’s cut, presented in Spanish with original score by Librado Pastor Spectacular new 4K transfers – scanned from the original camera

Movie Review-Hangman

Review-How would you feel if you and your family went on a vacation and when you get back home you find out that someone broke into your house? What would you feel if there was nothing really stolen but the place was pretty a huge mess? The questions would arise, “ why would someone break