Podcast episode 31: OLDBOY (2003 version) /...
This month's movies: both the 20003 and 2013 versions of Oldboy, Holla if I Kill...
Robin Franson Pruter reviews WHITECHAPEL S1E03
A satisfying end to the mystery. (★★★)
Blick Tolkien reviews THE WALKING DEAD, season 4,...
Children departed and couples reunited. (★★★★)
Robin Franson Pruter reviews THE VAMPIRE DIARIES...
Episode shows astounding intricacy and depth of character development. (★★★★)
Mr. Benzedrine reviews RAINBOW DRIVE
Somewhere over the rainbow, shit gets real… (★)
Doomsey reviews PULSE
It has often been said that there are more people alive than have ever been dead. But that’s not true, and that means...
Podcast episode 30: A FIELD IN ENGLAND / HERE...
This month's movies: A Field in England, Here Comes the Devil, 100...
John Bruni reviews GOTHIC
As long as you are a guest in my house, you’ll play my games. (★★)
Doomsey reviews RE-ANIMATOR
The Evil Dead of HP Lovecraft. (★★★)
Robin Franson Pruter reviews THE VAMPIRE DIARIES...
Giving the episode the benefit of the doubt. (★★★)
Robin Franson Pruter reviews WHITECHAPEL S1E02
Stuck in the middle. (★★)
Rob Walker reviews THE SIXTH SENSE
Let’s be honest.  The real twist in The 6th Sense is that M Night Shyamalan actually made a decent movie....
John Bruni reviews THE ENTITY
You felt him in you, though? (★★★)
Robin Franson Pruter reviews VAMPIRE ACADEMY
The kind of movie you watch through your fingers because you're cringing with embarrassment for the people involved....
Robin Franson Pruter reviews THE VAMPIRE DIARIES...
Four star scenes and two star scenes average out to make a three star episode. (★★★)
Blick Tolkien reviews THE WALKING DEAD, S4E13:...
On the road again… (★★★)
Support Indie Horror: Dismembering Christmas
Wisconsin-based independent horror filmmakers Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz, AKA Slasher Studios, are currently...
Lackey reviews A FIELD IN ENGLAND
"The Ultimate Trip"...Oliver Cromwell style. (★★★)
Blick Tolkien reviews THE WALKING DEAD, S4E12:...
The redneck & the optimist. (★★)
Robin Franson Pruter reviews THE MORTAL...
Another attempt to create a successful franchise out of a young adult fantasy novel series. No better or worse than the...