Blackburn Brings You Down into the Dark Depths (A Film Review)
Blackburn is a horror film from director Lauro Chartrand. Shot in Vancouver, B.C., this film takes place in an old, abandoned mine. After a rockslide and fire trap several friends in a remote area, they must find shelter in the mine's darkened chambers. But, a group of lunatics has already laid claim to the site. This first review of Blackburn looks at the realistic use of makeup effects and the compelling story, from writer Nastasha Baron. More on the film is availalbe in this review!
Summer Camp Should have been Closed for the Season (A Film Review).
Summer Camp is an indie horror film, from director Alberto Marini. Shot in Spain, this plague filled outing involves a group of counsellours and a spreading disease. Part campy and partly serious in tone, Kenna looks at the satire in this recent outing. She also looks at some of the camera work and exploitation style shooting in this bloody flick. Film fans should read this in-depth review before setting out for camp as Marini's first feature film leaves out many of the potential laughs.
There are No Stops to the Action in Train to Busan(A Film Review)!
Train to Busan is a zombie filled Korean release. Distributed by Well Go USA, this international title involves a pandemic and a train full of passengers. They hope to reach the southern city of Busan, but a huge horde of zombies lay in wait. Now, a father and hero must fight back, while a morally reprehensible villain tries to sabotage everyone, within reach. This review looks at action sequences and themes. Click for more!
Patient Seven has a Terrifying Tale to Tell (Official Trailer)
Patient Seven is a horror anthology. The film hosts several short tales, set in a mental health hospital. Here, the patients talk of their sufferings as a psychiatrist works on a new book. Fans of horror can see true terror, within this trailer. As well, Michael Ironside centrally stars, in this Terror Films' release. Amy Smart, Alfie Allen and Doug Jones also star. You can view the official trailer for Patient Seven, right now!
This Green Room Offers Bloody Murder (A Film Review).
Green Room is a thriller from director Jeremy Saulnier. The film focuses on a band, during a road trip to hell. The band stops at a skinhead compound. Here, they witness a murder. This killing puts their lives in jeopardy as a ringleader does his best to kill all the witnesses. This review looks at pacing and at one of actor Anton Yelchin's final appearances in film. He was tragically killed in 2016. More on Green Room here!
Joe Begos' The Mind's Eye Moves the Unmovable (First Trailer).
Joe Begos uses all practical effects, in each of his films. The creator of Almost Human (2014), his latest film, The Mind's Eye, involves telekinetic powers. Several characters are able to move people and things, to serve themselves. Fans of horror can watch the furniture and characters fly as one man tries to rescue another. There is lots of chaos in this first trailer for Begos' The Mind's Eye.