Top 25 Films of 2014-James Picks

For the fifth straight year I will say this, “this is the time of the year I bow to all you readers, film companies, and the talent behind films who always look out for this site”. When I started this almost 5 years ago, my goal was to exist. As I started to grow, I

Movie Review-the Devil’s Hand

Review-Hollywood seemed to have shied away from horror in an Amish community. They have found new grounds with cults, from religious to satanic. The Devil’s Hand I would assume is taking on the Amish community but this film is so safe not to offend anyone we are not really sure at times. This film is

Movie Review-At The Devil’s Door

Review-Nicholas McCarthy’s debut film The Pact I really enjoyed and found it to be very effective in its suspense and story. The fact that Casper Van Dien could carry a film in this day and age deserved the man an Oscar. Nicholas now proves that not only did he avoid the sophomore slump but he

Movie Review-Cam2Cam

Review-IFC has some balls; a few months ago they released this very good film called The Den. The Den told the story about a computer stalker and the topic of online addiction played a huge part into the plot. Where when we go into a chatroom we are not exactly sure who we are dealing

Movie Review-Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever

Review-As a blogger I am always trying to look for ways to broaden my taste in things. I feel if I talk about one genre of film or music, it tends to get very bland and boring eventually, more than likely to be burnt out over the course of time as well. What would make

Horror Review: Come Back to Me (2014)

Come Back to Me

Sarah & Josh are married suburbanites. After a car accident, Sarah suffers blackouts & ends up pregnant though Josh is sterile. As her life spirals she hides a camera in her home & unlocks a horrific secret with far-reaching consequences. Director: Paul Leyden Writers: Paul Leyden (screenplay), Wrath James White (based on the book “The

Metal Review: Blodhemn: H7 (2014)

Blodhemn: H7

Norwegian black metal band Blodhemn is back with their latest collection of black metal madness “H7.” The band is the brainchild of the multi-talented Invisus and is only his third release in ten years since the band’s inception. Hailing from Bergen, Blodhemn has a lot to live up to coming The album opens with that


TURBO KID to Debut at 2015 Sundance Film Festival MONTREAL – Dec. 5, 2014 – EmaFilms, T&A Films and Epic Pictures Group are pleased to announce that TURBO KID, a Canada-New Zealand co-production, will make its World Premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in the Park City at Midnight section. The Festival takes place

Song of the Week: Jacobs Dream: Sarah Williams

Jacobs Dream: Theater of War

Columbus, Ohio power metal band Jacobs Dream began their career as Iron Angel in 1994, but switched their name to Jacobs Dream in 1996 because of another band by the same name. They also released a demo album containing 7 songs, one of which was a ballad entitled Sarah Williams, which ended up not making

10 Years Later: We Still Miss You Brother Dime

Dimebag Angel

Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the murder of heavy metal guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, who was best known for his work in Pantera and Damageplan. It is hard to believe that it really has been a full decade since that tragic night, but it is still not as shocking as what happened that