Movie Review-Chimères

Review-Chimères focuses on this happy couple named Alex and Livia. The happiness changes when Alex is hit by a car when he forgets his camera at the pub. Alex has to be rushed to the hospital and is in need of a blood transfusion. It seems they infected him with “contaminated blood” and now he

Movie Review-The Inhabitants

Review-Michael and Shawn Rasmussen seem to really be embracing the supernatural genre. They wrote John Carpenter’s The Ward which was such a fun and underrated little film. Their debut film was Dark Feed which I was not a fan of, but for a first time film it did show some promise that made me feel

Movie Review-Insidious: Chapter 3

Review-How many people walked out of the first Insidious film and thought they would see two more sequels that would get theatrical runs? I figured when the box office receipts were counted we would more than likely get direct to home video cheapies, but I did not see them investing decent sized budgets into these

Movie Review-The Sensually Liberated Female/ He and She

Review-Thanks to the good people at Vinegar Syndrome they have released a set to help most guys score. Inspired by the best-selling book The Sensuous Woman, Matt Cimber’s interpretation takes the viewer on a mission to learn about the sexual habits of females. (To be honest, if you want to know the sexual habit of

Movie Review-Lust Inferno / Marathon

Review-I have come to the conclusion that Vinegar Syndrome’s Peekarama series keeps many old school perverts very happy. We start this set off with Lust Inferno which focuses on the one popular craze of televangelism, when we have a sadistic one who loves to get off on what he does to young women. In terms

Movie Review-June

Review-Perhaps the best thing you can say about what director L. Gustavo Cooper’s work so far is ambitious. Cooper’s latest film “June” may be seen as his most ambitious film to date. June is a little girl that has a secret, when she gets upset there is this evil that takes her over and bad

Television Review-Penny Dreadful: Season 2

Review-Penny Dreadful 2nd Season I was so worried about. The first season was just flat out incredible. I feel this show along with American Horror Story, Walking Dead, Bates Motel and Daredevil on Netflix are giving the movie theater a run for the money on putting out reasons to stay home and watch television more.

Horror Review: Bound to Vengeance (2015)

Bound to Vengeance

AKA Reversal A young girl, chained in the basement of a sexual predator, escapes and turns the tables on her captor. Director: José Manuel Cravioto Writers: Rock Shaink Jr. (story), Keith Kjornes (story) Stars: Richard Tyson, Tina Ivlev, Amy Okuda Release Date: 26 June 2015 (USA) Runtime: 80 min José Manuel Cravioto’s Bound to Vengeance,

Movie Review: The Visit (2015)

The Visit

A single mother finds that things in her family’s life go very wrong after her two young children visit their grandparents. Director: M. Night Shyamalan Writer: M. Night Shyamalan (screenplay) Stars: Olivia DeJonge, Ed Oxenbould, Deanna Dunagan, Peter McRobbie M. Night Shyamalan is back with his latest twisted tale of suspense and intrigue in The

Movie Review-Invoking 2

· Review-The Invoking 2, I have to say even though I reviewed it, I do not remember the first film. So, I dug out my copy to re-watch it and after 10 minutes I think I remember why I wanted to forget about the first film. This sequel though has nothing to do with part