A Bloody Spectacle Lies within Some Kind of Hate (A Film Review).
Some Kind of Hate is a film about bullying. A victim finds his way to a remote rehabilitation camp, where Lincoln faces even more bullies. But, he also faces a supernatural force, which levels the violent playing field. Full of blood and gory scenes, Some Kind of Hate is an exceptional revenge thriller. The film brings lots of conflict to the screen as Lincoln finds both love and violence, in an isolated desert community. Here, loves dries up, but the blood keeps flowing. A movie review for the film is hosted here.
Jessica's Last Shift Starts Here! (First Trailer).
Last Shift is an upcoming horror film from director Anthony DiBlasi. In the film, a rookie cop, on her first day, must patrol a run down police station. However, this station is haunted by a malevolent spirit. A cult leader wants one more follower and Jessica (Juliana Harkavy) has caught his eye. Recently, the first trailer for Last Shift was released. The clip shows Jessica walking the eerie locale as strange events occur all around her. The film looks intriguing and fans of indie horror can view the trailer for Last Shift here.
Kenna Brings Out the Claws in this Review for Be My Cat (A Film Review).
Be My Cat is a film from Romania. Adrian Tofei has created a compelling found footage title, with Be My Cat. In the film, a director recruits three women for his edgy new film, which has a message for Anne Hathaway; none of the actresses are there by choice. In this review, Kenna takes a look at the film's uniqueness and themes. She also looks at how the actors play multiple roles, in this well-received critique. Fans of foreign films or of indie horror are encouraged to read this review and to look at for Be My Cat on the film festival circut.
Wind Walkers Blows Out with a Sigh (A Film Review).
Wind Walkers will participate in this year's 8 Films to Die For film festival. The film involves a Native American myth, in which spirits feed on the living. The film also repeats several conflicts, while struggling to develop thrills. Wind Walkers is an early film from Russell Friedenberg and the film suffers from a number of flaws. Fans, intending to attend this year's After Dark film Festival, will want to read this early review, which looks at many of the film's difficulties. An early review for Wind Walkers is hosted here!
Perspective and Illusion with Goddess of Love (A Film Review).
Goddess of Love is not a horror film. However, it is an intriguing indie thriller, from director Jon Knautz (The Shrine). The film, set in Los Angeles, follows a disturbed young woman, who has a secret to hide. Venus (Alexis Kendra) has a bloody path and her new boyfriend, Brian (Woody Naismith) might be her new target. Full of misdirections and false perspecties, Goddess of Love is a strong film entrty, from an experimental director. A transition point and the use of genres is covered in this review.
When Animals Dream is a Coming-of-Age Nightmare (A Film Review).
Kenna reviews the werewolf dramatic thriller When Animals Dream, here. In Kenna's review, she discusses Marie's transformation into a young woman and into a predator. Set in a small fishing town, the locals view Marie with interest and with fear. What is she becoming? Fans of horror can read this review to find out more about When Animals Dream, which has just released (August 27th, 2015), through Radius TWC. Kenna's review is thorough and in-depth and a must read for foreign film cinephiles.