Silence is Golden (Film Review: “A Quiet Place”)

In a post apocalyptic world in which humans are hunted by their sound, one family struggles to survive in silence, against a countdown clock to the inevitable. Continue Reading →


Catching Evil (Series Review: “The Outsider”)

A more poignant darkness prevails in this disturbing series, adapted from a novel by the master himself, Stephen King Continue Reading →


Killer Art (Film Review: “Velvet Buzzsaw”)

A malevolently delightful satire of the slick world of modern art that steers headlong into popcorn horror . . . an uneven but visually and thematically sumptuous ride that’s anything but mundane. Continue Reading →


Bite Me (Film Review: “Night of the Living Dead”)

The granddaddy of the zombie genre and just as shocking 50 years later: Night of the Living Dead. Bring a flaming torch and your blankie. . . Happy Halloween! Continue Reading →


Into The (Cursed) Woods (Film Review: “The Witch”)

The Witch challenges the deepest recesses of the mind to separate supernatural terror from the historical record on religious hysteria. Think of it as a horror film for American History buffs. Continue Reading →


A Mother & Son Nightmare (Film Review: The Babadook”)

One of the most disturbing psycho-horror films ever made . . . and a cautionary tale of Motherhood gone awry. Continue Reading →


A Crowded House (of Ghosts) (Film Review: “From Time to Time”)

A spooky yet tender all-star ghost story for the whole family, from the creator of Downton Abbey. Continue Reading →