REview: The Possession (2012) | Exceptionally Well Done Horror

I really enjoyed Ole Bornedal’s The Possession partially because he seems to recognize that you don’t need a gazillion dollars to craft an effective horror movie – as if The Blair Witch Project (1999) didn’t already make that abundantly clear, especially when you take into account that The Possession, at $14 million, is budget-wise closer […]

REView: Things Heard & Seen (2021) | A Beautiful Mess

No one can every accuse Netflix of not investing money in their movies and series because Things Heard & Seen is gorgeous and gorgeously shot (by Director of Photography Larry Smith). It’s also particularly well-acted (Amanda Seyfried and James Norton bring more gravitas to the material than it deserves) though because we can’t have nice […]

REview: Toad Road (2012) | Horror Is Where You Find It

Jason Banker’s Toad Road is a great movie. What makes it so impressive is that the horrors aren’t those like zombies or aliens, but those present in us all. The horrors of ennui and loneliness; the horrors of constantly searching for distraction from our mundane lives. The story revolves around a group of teenagers, who […]