" "
Home | Film Reviews
Psychotopia

For a List ONLY view of all Film Reviews

Film Reviews

Film Review: Home Videos (2017)

Rate This Movie  REVIEW:  Some anthology films feature a wraparound story that weaves its way through from beginning to end; others feature a host who appears between segments to wisecrack and introduce the next story; and in some, one story begins where the previous ended, and ends where the next begins, and so on. And then there’s Home Videos, which …

Read More »

Film Review: EGG. (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A woman sees an egg every time she closes her eyes. One day she sees the egg start to crack and a creature hatch. She struggles to come to terms with her conditions and tries to defeat the creature. REVIEW: EGG. is a 2005 horror-fantasy film by the film director/visual artist Yukihiko Tsusumi. It is a …

Read More »

Film Review: Zero Woman (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The Metropolitan Police Department ‘0’section, known as an organization in the police department that investigates a closed case. Well-trained detective in the ’0’ section, Ray, is looking for her memory that was lost during the training, while also investigating a human traffic which young woman being a victim. One day, classified killer virus was seized by …

Read More »

Film Review: Pyewacket (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A frustrated, angst-ridden teenage girl awakens something in the woods when she naively performs an occult ritual to evoke a witch to kill her mother. REVIEW: With a title like Pyewacket, I couldn’t help but be intrigued. Thanks to the glorious internet, I discovered that this was the name of a familiar spirit detected by the …

Read More »

Film Review: Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (Tomie: Saishuu-sho – Kindan no kajitsu) (2002)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Tomie terrorizes an artistically inclined young girl and her widowed father, slowly integrating herself into the family. REVIEW: Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is the fifth installment of the nine-part Tomie series. It’s directed by Shun Nakahara and stars Nozomi Ando as the infamous she devil, both of which do an adequate job in bringing yet another Tomie …

Read More »