‘Black Magic for White Boys’ succeeds in the way that it combines relevant political commentary, philosophical inquiry, and — well — black magic.
Scream: Resurrection is a thrilling ride. It’s hip, it’s cool and it’s sassy. Fans of the franchise and new viewers alike won’t be disappointed.
DIS/MEMBER’s coverage of CINEPOCALYPSE 2019 continues with a review of the shocking Sundance favorite MOPE!
Attack of the Demons is laced by some great narrative, incredible directing, smooth animation, and a dope-ass soundtrack.
Part of what works is that you could see both of these couples existing in the real world. And that to me is scarier than vampires, werewolves, and mummies.
[CINEPOCALYPSE] ‘THE MUTE’ AND ‘THE LAST TO SEE THEM’ ARE DELIBERATELY PACED, STYLIZED AND WORTH WATCHING
Bartosz Konopka’s ‘The Mute’ and Sara Summa’s ‘The Last to See Them’ aren’t just standard genre films, they’re proof of the importance of film festivals.
CINEPOCALYPSE’s second slate of shorts prove that sex, blood and heavy metal do mix.
SWAMP THING SEASON 1: EPISODE 1 & 2 Starring: Crystal Reed, Andy Bean, Virginia Madsen,
Culture Shock starts with introducing us to a young woman who is trying to make her way across the border to a perceived better life in America. For fans of psychological horror, this is the movie for you.
In “Shadows Within” Cinepocalypse showcases a series of short and surreal psychological horror films from a variety of talented directors.