Review: Hulu true crime docu-series ‘SASQUATCH’

Sasquatch is a new ‘Hulu Original’ three-part documentary true crime series. directed by Joshua Rofé (Lorena, Swift Current) executive produced by Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass, and Mel Eslyn of Duplass Brothers Productions (Wild Wild Country, Evil Genius), Rofé and Steven Berger of Number 19, along with David Holthouse and Zach Cregger, and produced by M. Elizabeth Hughes.

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Review: ‘He Dreams of Giants’ – Documentary about Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

‘A 30-YEAR QUEST TO FILM THE IMPOSSIBLE’

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Review: Coming 2 America

Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall are back in Coming 2 America which is set 30 years on from the events of Coming To America; with Prince Akeem now serving as King of Zamunda. However the mistakes of the past come back to trouble our king as he must see off a threat to the throne from bloodthirsty General Izzi (Wesley Snipes) by finding his unknowing heir (Jermaine Fowler) back in Queens New York. The film is directed by Craig Brewer who brought us the well-received return of Eddie Murphy to our screens in 2019’s Dolemite is My Name.


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BluRay Review – Hellraiser: Revelations

Hellraiser: Revelations is being released on Blu-Ray and streaming in the UK for the first time by Lionsgate on March 1st 2021. It is the ninth film in the Hellraiser film series; written by Gary J. Tunnicliffe and directed by Víctor García. The film follows the fates of two friends who discover a puzzle box that opens a gateway to a realm inhabited by sadomasochistic monsters known as the Cenobites.

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Review: Wrong Turn (2021)

*Spoiler Free*

Wrong Turn (also known internationally as Wrong Turn 7: The Foundation) is a 2021 horror film directed by Mike P. Nelson, written by Alan McElroy and distributed by Saban Films.

The film is a reboot and the seventh installment of the Wrong Turn film series. The film stars Charlotte Vega, Adain Bradley, Emma Dumont, Dylan McTee, Daisy Head, Bill Sage and Matthew Modine. Continue reading

Review: Draw with Me

Review by Benjamin Gummery


DRAW WITH ME is a short documentary film by Constantine Venetopoulos created in partnership with The Trevor Project. The film follows the coming out journey of Brendon Scholl, a youth who identifies as Trans, and how their art became their outlet for self-expression. The film features Jennifer Lopez – Brendon’s aunt – in a special introduction, as well as President Elect Joe Biden.

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Review: Killer Therapy

Review by Paul Grammatico


There are times when a family can be severely fractured because of one bad apple in the family. An apple, while it is young, can have some internal development issues coupled with bruising from outside forces. When said apple turns rotten, it enters into the barrel that surrounds it and infects the other apples, thus the phrase, “one bad apple can spoil the barrel”. This may be true, but when you look harder, it can be an inversion of the proverb where the bad apples in the barrel can spoil the apple that it surrounds. Nothing could be closer to this than Killer Therapy, a film produced by Rellik and distributed by 4Digital Media where a child’s development grows out of control as nurture triumphs over nature.

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REVIEW: ‘Ten Minutes to Midnight’ – A Blood-Soaked Good Time

Review by Paul Grammatico


When Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula was published in 1879 and made vampirism a thing, there are a massive number of literary and visual works that has referenced these infected, mutated and cursed beings. This presence of the undead has permeated in many films throughout cinematic history with the romantic, to the menacing, to the lurid, to the comedic. With ‘Ten Minutes to Midnight’, Mainframe Pictures with Jinga Films and 1091 Pictures give us a gritty, lurid, but fun vision of how a single event can cause catastrophic consequences.

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Review: A Night of Horror – Nightmare Radio

Review by Paul Grammatico


When I was a small child, I was surrounded by much older adolescents when my family resided at a summer cottage in the woods in Northern Michigan. In the flames of nocturnal bonfires, I became petrified by the folklore, urban legends, and other horror stories that were expertly regaled by the various voices that penetrated my mind within the crackling flames. These stories shaped my childhood and made me a maven of the unusual and unexplained with terror being a byproduct which entered my cerebral cortex. Black Mandala and Uncork’d Entertainment’s newest horror anthology A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio brings those tales to the terrestrial airwaves.

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Review: ‘Vicious Dogs Attack Me In Sleepless Nights of Summer’ audiobook (A collection of prose from ‘Clerks’ actor Scott Schiaffo)

In ‘Vicious Dogs Attack Me In Sleepless Nights of Summer’ his bold collection of ‘prose, tales, and streams of semi-consciousness’, actor and musician Scott Schiaffo (Clerks, Vulgar) takes you through the depths of existential angst, addiction, and near-death experiences. This book reflects a troubling time in a gifted man’s journey. Schiaffo released this book of collected poetry and short stories in 2014. The book is a culmination of material written during 1986 through 1998, when the author was deep in the throes of alcoholism and drug addiction. He has now released a new audio book version for Audible; read by the author himself (also available on CD, Kindle or the original Paperback)

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