The Boogeyman – Film Review

Remember that Zoom-horror movie ‘Host’ that came out during the pandemic? Well, director Rob Savage is back with a new horror film (we’re just going to ignore what came between these two movies – because Dashcam was abysmal), and this time he’s going mainstream with 20th Century Studios. Some might fear this could damage his …

Swarm – TV Series Review

With Swarm, Janine Nabers and Donald Glover (both writers on Atlanta) have created a series so unconventional yet timely it’ll speak to an entire generation. It’s a story so surreal, you start to believe it’s real, and perhaps some of it even is. I found myself pausing certain episodes and Googling specific events, because I …

Baby Ruby – Film Review

The successful blogger and happily pregnant Jo (Noémie Merlant) is awaiting the arrival of her first child. But soon after Jo welcomes baby Ruby home, something just doesn’t feel right. Everyone around her keeps telling her this is normal, but as things start to get weirder while night and day overlap, Jo starts to question …

Here Be Dragons – Film Review

Bosnia, 1993. Englishman David Locke (Nathan Sapsford) is stationed in Bosnia. Two months after his arrival, he meets a charming young woman he thinks he could have a future with. That is until his run in with Ivan Novak (Vladimir Gvojic), a sadist who loves his country and wants the English out. He offers David …

Squeal – Film Review

Lost in an undisclosed remote part of Eastern Europe, Samuel is a foreigner in search of his biological father. When he hits a pig with his car, the local pig-farmer’s daughter invites him over to her home, where she captures Samuel and makes him her slave. Aik Karapetian’s dark fairy tale ‘Squeal’ is unlike anything …

Shut In – Film Review

In the middle of nowhere america, recovering junkie Jessica (Rainey Qualley) and her two kids are just trying to make it through another day. She’s trying to clean out her grandmama’s house that needs to get on the market as soon as possible so she can move on with her life and move to Texas, …

Escape the Field – Film Review

Shane West as Ryan in Escape The Field. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lionsgate One-by-one, six strangers wake up in a never-ending cornfield. None of them remember how they got there, and they all have their own set of theories. With nothing but one item on them, they must find a way to Escape the Field, …

Blacklight – Film Review

A troubled off-the-books fixer for the FBI, Travis Block (Liam Neeson), tasked with pulling undercover agents out of dangerous situations, finds himself in the middle of a deadly conspiracy when an undercover agent starts questioning the very people he’s working for. Block, must not only track down the agent, but also find out the truth. …

The Abandon – Film Review

U.S. soldier, Miles Willis (Jonathan Rosenthal), is shot and wounded during an intense firefight in Iraq. As he tries to radio for help, a sudden blinding light surrounds him, and he awakens to find himself trapped in a strange, colorless cube with nothing inside but his own combat gear. As time passes, the cube begins …

Knocking – Film Review

Following a traumatic experience, Molly (Cecilia Milocco) is dispatched from a psychiatric facility only to move into an apartment where strange knocking can be heard each night. Fearing for the worst, Molly falls down a dangerous rabbit hole to find the source of the knocking no matter the cost. Described as “twisty” and “claustrophobic”, director …