REview: Barbarian (2022) | The Houses Have Eyes

Zach Cregger’s Barbarian isn’t the scariest movie you’ll ever see – despite the commercial promoting the movie strongly implying exactly that – though it’s a shockingly good horror movie. And what’s particularly interesting is that Cregger wrote as well as directed, and the movie is surprisingly layered (by which I mean there’s more to it […]

REview: Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (2022) | Pickman’s Model and Dreams in the Witch House

It’s interesting to me that a series overseen by Guillermo Del Toro, who has yet to get his interpretation of H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness off the ground, would have not only one, but two adaptations of Lovecraft-penned stories and they’re somehow the weakest episodes thus far. Though keep in mind that the […]

REview: Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (2022) | Lot 36 and The Graveyard Rats

I took a look at the first two episodes of Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities and it’s a great looking show, perhaps the most ambitious anthology series made for television. Which should be expected with Del Toro executive producing and having directors like Guillermo Navarro (a renown cinematographer who has worked on 50 feature […]

REview: Exeter (2015) | Black Comedy Done Well

I really enjoyed Marcus Nispel’s Exeter as a black comedy though the thing is I’m not entirely sure that that’s exactly the way it was intended. The movie revolves around a bunch of young people – relatively speaking – who decide to party in a institution for troubled young people, who seemingly end up waking […]