Shifter Image

Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Shifter’ Unleashed Today On VOD And On Demand

    An experiment goes terribly wrong in director Jacob Burns‘ indie sci-fi thriller Shifter, which he co-wrote with Zach Burns.   Nicole Fancher (Unchained Love), Ashley Mandanas (Golden Arm), Paul T. Taylor (Hellraiser: Judgment), and Jamie Brewster (The Adventures of Jurassic Pet: Chapter 1) star.   In Shifter, “a young woman experiences painful and gruesome side effects after an experiment with time travel goes wrong.”   […]

Continue Reading
shark island

A First Glimpse Of ‘Shark Island’ Starring Michael Paré

    Shark season is here! Michael Paré and country music star Erin Alvey jump into the waters in Thailand’s Shark Island. Check out the first poster (above). In the film, directed by Stephen “Scruffy” Edgewood, several beautiful models are invited to an exotic location for a photo shoot. There they model a rare $10 million dollar necklace for a wealthy investor. Unbeknownst to them, the island’s surroundings are infested with […]

Continue Reading

Blu-ray Review: Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990)

Scream Factory is set to release the fearsome feature version of beloved arcane anthology program Tales From the Darkside, and I have had a chance to feast my eerie eyeballs upon it. So as I literally always do, here’s a revoltin’ review! Tales From the Darkside begins with it’s wrap-around segment; the story of a […]

Continue Reading
rent a pal

Wil Wheaton Is A Bad Friend In The Horror Thriller ‘Rent-A-Pal’

    Wil Wheaton (Star Trek -The Next Generation) is a bad friend in John Stevenson‘s new horror-thriller Rent-A-Pal, also starring Brian Landis Folins (Hoax). Set in 1990, a lonely bachelor named David (Brian Landis Folkins) searches for an escape from the day-to-day drudgery of caring for his aging mother (Kathleen Brady). While seeking a […]

Continue Reading
La Llorona 3

Political Horror ‘La Llorona’ Out Today On Shudder

    Director Jayro Bustamante‘s combines a Latin American fable as a metaphor for Latin American struggles in La Llorona, not to be confused with Michael Chaves’ 2019 movie The Curse of La Llorona. Written by Bustamante and Lisandro Sánchez, the film centers on an indignant retired general Enrique who finally faces trial for the genocidal massacre of thousands of Mayans […]

Continue Reading
La Llorona 4

Movie Review: La Llorona

In Guatemalan/French co-production La Llorona, director Jayro Bustamante offers up a historical and political spin on the South American legend of the titular “Weeping Woman” ghost. The result is an eerie film that delivers the supernatural goods along with topical drama. Ailing, aged military dictator General Enrique Monteverde (Julio Diaz) is confined to his home […]

Continue Reading
the wretched box

Blu-ray Review: The Wretched (2019)

Ol’ Ben (John-Paul Howard) is travelling the bumpy-ass road of adolescence and seemingly hitting every pothole; to wit: his parents are separated, he has no wheels, and he’s busting ass working a lame job at the local marina… oh, and he has to deal with being the only one that knows some ancient evil or […]

Continue Reading
cck 4

Check Out The Exclusive New ‘Cannibal Corpse Killers’ Character Posters

  From acclaimed horror writer-director Joaquin Montalvan comes Cannibal Corpse Killers, arriving on DVD and On-Demand this August, from Indican Pictures. We’ve got the exclusive first two character posters from the film that tease some serious carnage. Cannibal Corpse Killers follows Pike (Dennis Haggard, Hole) and a group of survivors as they endure a long, […]

Continue Reading
open 24

First Look: Serial Killer Horror ‘Open 24 Hours’

    This August, writer-director Padraig Reynolds‘s serial killer thriller Open 24 Hours lands on home release. In the film, “a paranoid delusional woman, Mary White, has just been released from a mental hospital for setting her serial killer boyfriend on fire. Mary suffers from severe paranoia and hallucinations. Her boyfriend, James Lincoln Fields, is […]

Continue Reading