Reviews

Review: Mohawk Is A Different Kind Of Horror

Mohawk is a film that takes places in New York, 1814 following the war between American Soldiers and British soldiers (1812). Actress Kaniehtiio Horn’s powerful presence as Oak, a Native American woman who fights to survive alongside her lovers, Calvin… (Read more)

Review: Black Creek Is Not Worth The Visit

Many Native American Tribes firmly believe in the existence of skinwalkers. They believe skinwalkers walk freely among the tribe and secretly transform under the cover of night.To become a skinwalker requires the most evil of deeds, the killing of a… (Read more)

Review: Butcher The Bakers

This is seriously a not serious horror movie. The life of two young bakers who run a small shop, is about to change when they find themselves suddenly involved in the “saving the world” business. In an ordinary night walking… (Read more)

[REVIEW] Hellraiser: Judgement (2018)

This year appears to be the dumping grounds for direct to home video sequels with the recent release of Victor Crowley (Hatchet 4), the soon to be released Children of The Corn: Runaway, and now Hellraiser: Judgement; I’m quite alright with… (Read more)

[REVIEW] Victor Crowley – A Horror Nerds Dream Come True!

For a very long time, the film Victor Crowley was kept a secret until a tenth-anniversary screening of the cult classic Hatchet, revealed to the horror community Victor Crowley (Hatchet 4) was the film screening. With the age of the… (Read more)

Review: BAD APPLES Is Nothing But Goodness

“one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch”   Halloween night, Ella and Robert are new in town, one after another their neighbors introduce themselves, in a very peculiar way. When you have lived in a town for a long… (Read more)

Review: Before I Wake Is A Must See!

Before I Wake is an excellent film directed and co-written by Mike Flanagan (Oculus (2013), Hush (2016), Absentia (2011). Flanagan takes the overdone topic of “Creepy Child” to a new level of imagination and heart-pounding thrills. The storyline was very… (Read more)