Astro Radio Z takes a look at HOWLING: NEW MOON RISING and HOWLING: REBORN, the last (for now) films in the Howling franchise. Continue reading Smelly Cowboys and Hairy Millennials: Astro Radio Z Finishes Off the HOWLING Franchise
My history with THE SHINING is rocky, beginning with a traumatic experience and then changing with every repeat viewing. Continue reading THE SHINING, or: The Film That Messed Me Up
SNUFF: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT KILLING ON CAMERA wades through the history and controversies surrounding one of the most polarizing urban legends of them all. Continue reading SNUFF: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT KILLING ON CAMERA, or: The Currents Rage So Deep Inside Us…
Looking back at the films released 35 years ago, including: Richard Gere in AMERICAN GIGOLO, Judy Davis in MY BRILLIANT CAREER, Barbara Steele in SILENT SCREAM, Dom DeLuise in FATSO and other assorted psycho killers and cuddly animals! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: Whisper to a Scream
Always late, but never disappointing, these were my favorite films of last year. Hey, better late than never, right (Don’t answer that.)? Continue reading At Last! Scott’s Best Films of 2014!
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani paint a beautiful picture in this homage to the giallo. But is there anything else to it? Continue reading THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS, or: Dying Pretty
I guess Eddie had to make up a day on which to kill people. Michael Myers can be so litigious. Continue reading HAUNTEDWEEN, or: The Night That Other Guy Came Home
The first of a two-part conclusion, THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART I puts a human face on revolution. Continue reading THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART I, or: How to Start a Revolution
In an age of torrents, gossipy websites and photo hacks, what has become of hero worship? This is a question Nacho Vigolando ponders with his new film OPEN WINDOWS. Though truthfully, he should have pondered it a bit longer. The … Continue reading OPEN WINDOWS, or: Where Curiosity Ends and Victimization Begins
Can a film achieve one aspect of its production to near flawless quality and still wind up being a misfire? After seeing the WNUF HALLOWEEN SPECIAL, I’m afraid the answer is yes. If you pop this film into your DVD … Continue reading WNUF HALLOWEEN SPECIAL (31 Days of Horror)
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