Gehenna Where Death Lives (2016) represents an absolute rock-bottom among trashy low-budget horrors, made by talentless filmmakers. I believe it’s safe to assume that “Gehenna: Where Death Lives” is not on the watchlist of the vast majority of film buffs. … Continue reading Gehenna Where Death Lives (2016) Review
Terrifier (2016) is a kitschy, corny and sometimes on-purpose badly acted film, which surprisingly delivers a wicked amount of nasty fun. The glorious comeback of the 80s is rocking. After the success of Stranger Things, the kinda-kitschy aesthetics are truly … Continue reading Terrifier (2016) Review
Kelly Reilly and Luke Evans introduce a palette of acting tools, but “10×10” is nonetheless directed without flair.
To say that millions were “waiting” for the screen adaptation of King’s opus magnum is an understatement.
“Life is just a long, scenic drive to the cliff(..), but in the end, whether you are a good person or a son of a bitch – it is all the same cliff”.
In 1974 Tobe Hooper directed a bloody masterpiece. Leatherface (2017) is an abomination in comparison. The French duo of directors behind Leatherface (2017) – Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo – are two obviously ardent fans of Tobe Hooper’s original gorefest. … Continue reading Leatherface (2017) Horror Review
Girlfriend’s Day (2017), a Netflix original starring Bob Odenkirk, kicks off on a pretentious note. As it goes, the calamity seems just inevitable. What is Girlfriend’s Day (2017) about? Ray Wentworth (Bob Odenkirk) is introduced to us at the moment … Continue reading Girlfriend’s Day (2017) – Netflix Original Review