Probably one of the most relevant found footage films I’ve ever seen, “Victor’s History” is a must-watch.
Blood Machines is like nothing I’ve ever seen before. It’s entirely unique and vibrant. Chock full of amazing set pieces, and a wonderfully fantastic story.
Ready to save the world? “STARFISH” is coming to VOD, and I’ve been waiting for this one for a while.
There’s a very strong voice in genre/cult/horror cinema waiting to be unleashed upon the masses. Maniac Nun on a Mission to Kill Leo Fontaine is live NOW on YouTube.
“Butterfly Kisses” attempts to be two things at once, and succeeds on both counts with flying colors. One of the best found footage horror films I’ve seen.
Emil Johansson returns to the directorial chair, but strays from his usual horror binge and ventures into comedy. Does it pay off?
“The Gated Community” contains within some examples of interesting independent cinema, but the differing tones and subpar quality of some segments hold it back.
Can “Train to Busan” transport us into the greatness of Asian horror? Or will we feel bitten and left for dead?
A creepy triumph of sheer entertainment over technical flaws.