Refreshingly Terrifying Marianne

French horror has always pushed the envelope with extreme terror, and Netflix has thrown its hat in the ring with its own contribution to the genre. This time though, we get some old-fashioned supernatural scares and imagery that will stay with you into the wee hours of the night with the series Marianne. Emma Larsimon... Continue Reading →

Review: Empathy, Inc.

Virtual Reality has gone through many iterations, from clunky goggles to full body suits in order to experience another world without leaving your home.  In Empathy, Inc., we find out just how far one man will go to make a fast buck in this brave new world of technology. When his tech company tanks due... Continue Reading →

Review: Seeds

Urges and family ties create an unnerving experience in Owen Long’s Seeds. Marcus (Trevor Long) is a man with an affliction, and when an untimely accident occurs with his lover, he retreats to his family home by the sea to lay low while his drug dealer takes care of things. His brother Michael (Chris McGarry)... Continue Reading →

Ready or Not is Full of Horror Comedy Riches

Often,"marrying up" carries a set of consequences that you must adhere to for acceptance into the fold.  Proper etiquette, dressing to impress and a background that isn’t too sullied by scandal lest you be judged harshly is all very important in this superficial world. But what if marrying up means marrying into something more sinister... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Cinema Serves Up Schlocky Fun

I’m a huge fan of horror anthologies.  Give me a classic Amicus horror like Dr. Terrors House of Horrors or Asylum; The Monster Club straight from the 80s; or the more recent Tales of Halloween-I’ll watch them all.  I was excited to hear there was a new anthology coming out, helmed by Mick Garris (The... Continue Reading →

Child’s Play 2019 is a Decent Romp

Stephen Hawking, the late world-renowned scientist, warned us about artificial intelligence. He basically said we should be careful because artificially intelligent machines could eventually become sentient beings, putting humans in peril. I'm not a fan of all the A.I. platforms myself, and cringe at the thought of a disembodied voice greeting me or selecting my... Continue Reading →

Men In Black International Keeps Things Safe

Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones were the first to make Men in Black a fun, alien-filled comedy with gags galore.  As a franchise, the stories in subsequent films gave us more of the secret agency ready to protect the universe as we know it from invading extraterrestrials vying for galaxies to intergalactic doo-dads filled... Continue Reading →

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