The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane – review

               When we movie fans wax poetic about movies many of us long for the halcyon days of yore when films felt dangerous and directors were loose cannons. We talk about how great those movies were and how things have never been the same since. Well, ya know, maybe it’s not always such a bad… Continue reading The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane – review

George–A Zombie Intervention – review

George – A Zombie Intervention - review Ya know, I love zombies as much, no, more than the next guy but man, I tell you what, they are starting to get like vampires – which is to say that they are overexposed. The good thing is that zombies are still pretty interesting, and there are… Continue reading George–A Zombie Intervention – review

The Coffin – review

   Something American films have never gotten right when it comes to modern ghost stories is the sense of dread that the rest of the world, especially in Asia, have nailed even in the worst of their films. There is something that perhaps we have lost in American culture, the reverence and fear of the… Continue reading The Coffin – review

Asylum Seekers–review

   It is really a shame that for most directors and filmmakers the only time in their careers that they have the freedom to experiment with storytelling because I think we the audience lose out on a lot of really interesting work. Alas, the perception, and perhaps reality, is that general audiences don’t want to… Continue reading Asylum Seekers–review

Five Across The Eyes – review

    I am writing a very, very, very brief review of this because it really doesn’t deserve more than that. I don’t like to be mean about things connected to the arts because most people that do this stuff do it for passion and for love. Sure, make money, some make a LOT of money,… Continue reading Five Across The Eyes – review