Cheng Lai Sheung (played by Josie Ho) evolves from dutiful daughter to mass murderer in Ho-Cheung Pang’s film Dream Home (2010).
Attracted by the welcoming Filipino government, Americans made movies there that they couldn’t make at home. The archipelago became a fertile environment for filmmakers to to let their imaginations run wild!
Blood on Her Name (2020) is an intense, rural-noir thriller with Hitchcockian overtones that takes the viewer on a voyage into the dark and turbulent lives of its characters.
[REVIEW] VINEGAR SYNDROME’S ‘BLOOD MANIA’ AND ‘POINT OF TERROR’ SET RIPS THE SCREAMS RIGHT OUT OF YOUR THROAT!
Blood Mania and Point of Terror, two nearly forgotten ghoulish tales of madness, mayhem, and murder, were rescued from obscurity by Vinegar Syndrome.
The Smith Brothers first film Volition is a well-written, fast-paced story with great characters, plenty of action, and deep questions.
While eagerly waiting for the wide release of Chad Crawford Kinkle’s new film, Dementer, Michael revisits his first film, Jug Face (2013).
The 2010s delivers a great many thoughtful and complex films that have taken the genre to a high place. Here are some of Michael’s top choices.
Black Christmas delivers an unexpected gift by providing a different sort of movie aimed at educating and promoting difficult discussions about sexism and gender among young people.
RED LETTER DAY is a dysfunctional film that provides an apt metaphor for the dysfunctional world it mirrors.
The combination of good characters, a solid story, excellent special effects, and an overall appearance makes MARLA MAE worth checking out, and Lisa van Dam-Bates is an artist to keep an eye on.