Dave McKean Returns: Filmmaker of the Month

Surrealist illustrator, filmmaker, artist, and musician Dave McKean returns with his new film Luna (2015). Luna made its world premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and was met with positive reviews. The film follows a grieving couple who are struggling to live their daily lives after losing their baby. In order to get back to normal they visit an old friend and his … Continue reading Dave McKean Returns: Filmmaker of the Month

83 Crucial Cult Horror Films

After seeing a post on Buzzfeed: 24 Movies That are Vital for Horror Fans, I became inspired to gather the crucial cult films. There are millions of crucial classic horror films that you must see to truly understand the horror genre and how it came to be, however, there are certain films whether underground, independent, B, or even foreign that turn the horror genre on its … Continue reading 83 Crucial Cult Horror Films

Certified Rotten: 15 Movies Loved By Us But Hated By Critics

We all do it. The day that movie you were looking forward to comes out you head to rottentomatoes.com and see what it was reviewed. I can agree with a lot of the popular ratings but there are some movies that have a way higher audience score than Tomatometer. These are a 15 movies loved by most but trashed by the critics. Not all the movies … Continue reading Certified Rotten: 15 Movies Loved By Us But Hated By Critics

Sleepaway Camp: Review and How it changed the Slasher Genre

Since the release of Peeping Tom in 1960, the Slasher genre has exploded onto the scene with countless slasher films becoming a subgenre and having it’s own recognizable formula in it’s own right. After the dawn of everyman psychokillers such as Norman Bates or Mark Lewis, faceless psycho killers became all the rage with Michael Myers, Jason Vorehees, and Leatherface. Sure there were many other … Continue reading Sleepaway Camp: Review and How it changed the Slasher Genre

Tank Girl vs The World: A Review

Britain’s beloved cult comic, originally conceived by Jaime Hewlett and Alan Martin is brought to life in this zany 1995 film adaption.  The story follows spunky anti-heroine Tank Girl (Lori Petty) who fights against the corrupt mega corporation Water and Power (W&P) which is run by the conniving Kesslee played by the brilliant Malcolm McDowell. The opening credits of the film directed by Rachel Talalay … Continue reading Tank Girl vs The World: A Review