George A. Romero's The Amusement ParkForty-six years in the making, The Amusement Park, written and directed by George A. Romero (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, The Crazies, Martin), finally sees the light of day thanks to the George A. Romero Foundation and producer Suzanne Desrocher-Romero ...

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Satan is real and it just might take The Warrens to get you to accept it . . . especially in a court of law. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is definitely NOT the best in the ongoing franchise, but it isn’t the worst either.  The positives in this horror flick, which concerns itself a demonic possession instead of a haunted house, remain ...

Blackstock Boneyard

Beware the Griffin farm! The Griffin Brothers, wrongfully executed for crimes they didn’t commit are back!  And, boy, are they pissed off.  South Carolina will never be the same again once they finish with their murderous rampaging! ...

Doctor Who: Jon Pertwee - The Complete Season TwoThe GOLDEN AGE of Doctor Who on blu-ray continues!  Let that crimson-lined cape (which covers a black velvet smoking jacket and a ruffled shirt) freak flag fly!  Pertwee is back! ...

Digging to Death

There’s a body in a box in my backyard.  What’s in your backyard?   From Honeycomb Films and Uncork’d Entertainment, come explore a closet within a closet!  Sound inviting?  It shouldn’t because Digging to Death focuses on a fixer-upper that has its fair share of dark and disturbing ...

Open Your Eyes

“Write something you son of a bitch.”   With those words, one writer - alone in his apartment - opens doors to his past that are better left closed, sealed, or perhaps nailed shut.  Opening with a bizarre sequence which has the lead character in a series of interesting and head-scratching situations, Open Your  ...

A Quiet Place Part IIMarking the momentous return to cinemas for the summer movie season is A Quiet Place Part II, the much-anticipated and oft-delayed follow up to one of 2018’s biggest films. Set to originally open in March of 2020, the film was shelved when the Coronavirus pandemic shut down theaters  ...

Road Head

That’s my bad bitch! Lessons in Global Warming don’t get any more hilarious than in the twisting pull of Road Head, a horror comedy from writer Chloe Skye, director David Del Rio, and Terror Films.  The horror and hilarity begins almost immediately when an endless road in the dead of ...

Finding YouAs charming as it is long, Finding You, the new movie from cinematographer-turned director Brian Baugh is packed with plenty of good intentions and awkward cliches. And that’s part of the problem ...

Drunk BusDrunk Bus opens on a chilly and snowy night in Kent, Ohio.  The streets are slick with freshly fallen snow and . . . foul-smelling puke.  That’s right, living up to its name, the passengers on board this bus are all about the good times, well, everyone but the driver who, nine months prior to the start of this comedy, lost the young love of his life when she left him for New York City.   ...

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