Home | Film Reviews (page 28)

Film Reviews

Film Review: Asmodexia (2014)

asmodexia-2014-movie-Marc-Carreté-(2)

SYNOPSIS: Five days in the lives of an exorcist (Eloy Palma) and his granddaughter (Alba), working in the Barcelona area. REVIEW: Swiftly becoming oversaturated as of late, the exorcism film is threatening to encroach upon slasher and zombie territories.  Though a nearly impossible feat to reach the sheer amount of entries both subgenres have achieved, it remains a daunting task ...

Read More »

Film Review: Debris Documentar (2003)

SYNOPSIS: Defecation. Death. Decay. Documentation. REVIEW: Most reviews of Debris Documentar follow the same redundant pattern: descriptions of the countless disgusting acts in the film, interspersed with exclamations of how disgusting it all is. If those acts were to be listed here in detail – and this is no exaggeration – there would be no space left for an actual ...

Read More »

Film Review: Beckoning the Butcher (2013)

Beckoning-the-Butcher-2013-movie-Dale-Trott-(5)

SYNOPSIS: An Internet “ghost hunter” films an invocation called Beckoning the Butcher with his friends for an online video. Inadvertently, he summons dangerous paranormal forces far beyond his control with the ritual. REVIEW: The camcorder rolls as Chris, Tara, Brent, Lorraine, and Nicole head up to rural Victoria (Australia not British Columbia). They are working on Chris’s latest episode of ...

Read More »

Film Review: The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2015)

WomanInBlack2-Poster

SYNOPSIS: 40 years after the first haunting at Eel Marsh House, a group of children evacuated from WWII London arrive, awakening the house’s darkest inhabitant. REVIEW: Hammer Films and Susan Hill start off 2015 with The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death a sequel to the Daniel Radcliffe ghostly feature from 2012. Tom Harper steps in to direct while ...

Read More »

Film Review: The Omega Man (1971) Review 2

Omega Man poster

SYNOPSIS: “Two years after much of humankind was destroyed in a global war with biological weapons, Doctor Robert Neville leads a solitary existence in Los Angeles. Those humans that do remain are pigment-less albino creatures that roam the night destroying what remnants that may exist of the previous civilization. Neville, who had worked on an antidote to the virus, is ...

Read More »