Home | Film Reviews (page 34)

For a List ONLY view of all Film Reviews

Film Reviews

Film Review: Big Man Japan (Dai-Nipponjin) (2007)

Big_Man_japan_1

SYNOPSIS: An eccentric man aged about 40 lives alone in a decrepit house in Tokyo. He periodically transforms into a giant, about 30 meters tall, and defends Japan by battling similarly sized monsters that turn up and destroy buildings. The giant and the monsters are computer-generated. REVIEW: Hilariously Absurd! Check out the trailer for “Big Man Japan” Just when you …

Read More »

Film Review: D.C. Sniper (2010)

dcsniper

SYNOPSIS: Based on true events, “DC Sniper” follows John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo as they terrorize the DC area in October of 2002. The unstable pair was responsible for the deaths of several innocent people (most in broad daylight) and held the area in the grip of terror for three weeks until they were finally apprehended. This film …

Read More »

Film Review: Phantom of the Woods (2013)

Phantom-of-the-Woods-2013-movie-Michael-Storch-(5)

SYNOPSIS: When two emotionally disturbed teenagers feel they’re at their limit in terms of coping a very ominous nightmare is presented within the very woods that surround them. As the mysterious death toll rises so does their fear and their very survival is threatened against the Phantom of The Woods. REVIEW: Directed by: Michael Storch Starring: Delaney Hathaway, JRS Storch, …

Read More »

Film Review: Mantua (2012)

Mantua (2012) Movie

SYNOPSIS: Will the evil organic cult take over the municipal water supply? Will The horrific killings of ‘local talent’ be put to an end? Will Agent Bellman get his Christmas bonus? And who are these people, anyway? Get ready to lick your computer screen as these tasteful delights unfold. REVIEW: One thing can be said for the film “Mantua”, is …

Read More »

Film Review: US Sinners (2007)

us_sinners_1

SYNOPSIS: A grown man living with his over-religious mother struggles to grasp the ability to function as a man and avoid his mothers grasp. When a female coworker tempts him but ultimately lets him down, hell hath no fury like a psycho scorned. REVIEW: The story opens with our subject Tom Connelly sleeping. A twisted little soul as it would …

Read More »

Film Review: Salvage (2010)

Salvage_DVD

SYNOPSIS: A holiday reunion for a dysfunctional mother and daughter turns into a nightmare when their neighborhood is quarantined by a band of heavily armed military personnel. Separated from her daughter Jodie (Linzey Cocker) during the initial scuffle, mother Beth (Neve McIntosh) and her lover Kieran (Shaun Dooley) struggle to find their way through the chaos to locate and reunite …

Read More »

Film Review: Judy (2014)

Judy-2014-movie-Emanuele-De-Santi-Necrostorm-(2)

SYNOPSIS: Bad things happen to bad people. That’s what Ursula, the ring leader of a deranged group of street performers called “The Crows”, always says. For no apparent reason, the gang starts to torment Mary and Judy: a young car driver and her dog. Her only crime was not paying attention to the annoying street performers. For Mary, the curtains …

Read More »

Film Review: The Gift (2015)

The Gift poster

SYNOPSIS: “Simon and Robyn are a young married couple whose life is going just as planned until a chance encounter with an acquaintance from Simon’s high school sends their world into a harrowing tailspin. Simon doesn’t recognise Gordo at first, but after a series of uninvited encounters and mysterious gifts prove troubling, a horrifying secret from the past is uncovered …

Read More »

Film Review: The Carnage Collection (2015)

The-Carnage-Collection-2015-film-Bob-Ferreira-(2)

SYNOPSIS: In the vein of some classic horror anthologies, The Carnage Collection features multiple short stories of violence, gore, carnage, and horror. REVIEW: The Carnage Collection attempts to be an anthology of horror stories. Where it fails is that there is usually something that ties it all together in a coherent framework. While The Carnage Collection does have a framework, …

Read More »

Film Review: The Boy (2016)

tb1

SYNOPSIS: An American nanny is shocked that her new English family’s boy is actually a life-sized doll. After violating a list of strict rules, disturbing events make her believe that the doll is really alive. REVIEW: Automatonophobia: The fear of ventriloquists dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues or something that represents a being that appears to have emotions or perceptions. Pediophobia: …

Read More »