Tell Me How I Die Hides in the Shadows (A Film Review).
Tell Me How I Die is the second feature film from director D.J. Viola. It is also the first film from screenwriter James Hibberd. Thus, this title suffers from a few amateurish mistakes. A large portion of the action, within this film, is difficult to see. Interiors are barely lit. Exteriors are completely dark. And, Tell Me How I Die is not a film that this reviewer would recommend to most horror fans. Readers can find out why, in this early review
Der Bunker Invites You into a Surreal Film Watching Experience (A Film Review).
Der Bunker, a film from Germany, offers a surreal film watching experience. Taking place exclusively in an underground bunker, the characters interact in unbelievable ways. One character sports an antagonist on her leg, while another hopes to be the President of the United States. Very bizarre, Der Bunker offers lots of thematic material as noted by Kenna Rae, within this in-depth review. Fans of foreign films can find more here, on one of 2016's most bizarre titles, Der Bunker!
This Goddess of Love Sees Strange Visions in Dark Hallways (A "Horsehead" Movie Clip)
Goddess of Love is a film from director Jon Knautz. It also features Alexis Kendra as a unhinged woman, struggling with a break-up. She goes to great lengths to bring Brian (Woody Naismith) back into her life. In this "Horsehead" clip, Venus begins to lose her grip on reality. Strange visions cloud her mind as she descends into the depths of insanity. Fans of horror and thrillers can view more on Goddess of Love here, with this latest clip.
Blood Hunters Spins its Wheels Underground (A Film Review)!
Blood Hunters is an upcoming film from director Tricia Lee and writer Corey Brown. This title takes place entirly within an underground medical facility. Here, monstrous creatures are birthed from kidnapped women. Set loose on the facility, the characters, within this film, must find a way to escape. However, some characters are more prepared than others, for this dangerous situation and some are completely unprepared. Horror fans can read this early review for Blood Hunters to find out whether this indie outing is for them.
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.