A Prayer Before Dawn – Brand New Trailer!

Joe Cole is one of the best upcoming actors around. His work on Peaky Blinders, Pressure, and especially short film Slap has proved that he is destined for a lengthy career. One that looks to take off in A Prayer Before Dawn.  The film revolves around the real life experience of Billy Moore who, during his ordeal in a Thai prison, survives by becoming a … Continue reading A Prayer Before Dawn – Brand New Trailer!

Ghost Stories – Brand New Trailers & Clips!

The Woman in Black. That’s all I am referencing here. That was a successful horror play turned Daniel Radcliffe supernatural turd of a film. The frights in the theatre don’t translate well to the scares on the screen. But can Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s Olivier nominated production succeed where it’s peer failed? The film revolves around Phillip Goodman, a professor of psychology who is … Continue reading Ghost Stories – Brand New Trailers & Clips!

Monster Family – Brand New Trailer!

We absolutely love monster movies for family adventures. Nightmare Before Christmas, Hotel Transylvania, Monsters Inc – we can’t help but love frolics with fiends! Here’s the latest in that weirdly niche genre: Monster Family. Starring Jason Isaacs, Nick Frost, and Emily Watson, the film revolves around a very unhappy family who find themselves cursed by a witch – becoming their Halloween costumes! With a great … Continue reading Monster Family – Brand New Trailer!

Terrifier – Brand New Trailer!

It was a great horror flick of this year but, man, has it re-sparked the creepy clown obsession. Fuck you, It. Fuck you! On that list of clown movies coming out, here’s the trailer for Terrifier. Directed by Damien Leone, the film revolves around a maniacal clown who hunts down three women on Halloween, destroying anyone in his path. HAHAHAHAHAHA! Nope, not cool. Not cool … Continue reading Terrifier – Brand New Trailer!

It Comes At Night – Review

by Ren Zelen (Possible Spoilers in Review)  Deceptively titled and oddly mis-marketed as a horror movie, Trey Edward Shults’s second feature It Comes at Night might much more appropriately be viewed as a ‘post-apocalyptic psychological family drama’. I’m often loath to place a movie under a genre classification, because certain movies might straddle several genres and don’t easily fit into pigeonholes. However, if you go … Continue reading It Comes At Night – Review

All Eyez on Me – Review

Tupac Shakur will always be remembered for his incredible contribution to music. Before Hip-Hop became about attainment and wealth, the early front runners used music as a form of social awareness.  The genre, always associated with violence and not without an aggressive tone, spoke of communities forgotten by middle America. The rapper’s music, poetry, teachings, and videos are some of the most inspiring from the … Continue reading All Eyez on Me – Review