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Infeccion (2019) Film Review – Venezuela’s First Zombie Flick

Kate DeJongeOctober 18, 2021
Infeccion (2019) Film Review – Venezuela’s First Zombie Flick

Infeccion (Infection) is writer/director Flavio Pedota’s debut feature length film and Venezuela’s first zombie flick. While the movie contains many of the genre’s popular tropes, it is the location that sets it apart from all others. Pedota wanted viewers to…

Cursed Land Film Review (2021) – A Haunting Family Portrait In The Vast Wilderness

Mihail BaltateanuOctober 18, 2021
Cursed Land Film Review (2021) – A Haunting Family Portrait In The Vast Wilderness

Cursed Land (in competition at the Dracula Film Fest under the name Cursed Land. Fate), was one of the best films I saw at that festival, a big surprise basically coming out of nowhere – if for ‘On the 3rd…

Narutaru (1998) Manga Review: The Kids Are Not Alright

Javiera VegaOctober 18, 2021
Narutaru (1998) Manga Review: The Kids Are Not Alright

When you think about Pokemon and Digimon, there are probably 2 things that come to your mind: the power of friendship and absolutely cute magical critters. It does not matter if they come from the digital world or an alternate…

Night Caller Film Review (2021) – Meet the New Maniac

Mihail BaltateanuOctober 18, 2021

There are movies that are sometimes too much even for the seasoned horror fan – for the 2012 version of myself, one such movie was the remake of William Lustig’s Maniac starring Elijah Wood, one that felt so downright evil…

The Show (2020) Film Review – Alan Moore’s Surreal Dreamscape

Michael SeyfritOctober 17, 2021
The Show (2020) Film Review – Alan Moore’s Surreal Dreamscape

If you have been a fan of comic books at all in the last 30 years, you will probably recognize the name Alan Moore. He flipped the superhero genre on its head with Watchmen, entered into a world of ecological…

Post Mortem Film Review (2020) – Hungary’s International Breakthrough

Kate DeJongeOctober 17, 2021
Post Mortem Film Review (2020) – Hungary’s International Breakthrough

Post Mortem (2020), Hungary’s first horror movie of international acclaim, is one of the best ghost stories I’ve ever watched. With scenes that rival Frances Ford Coppola’s ability to create atmosphere, Post Mortem explores death and the macabre in such…