REview: Terrifier 2 (2022) | The Violence Is The Point

I genuinely enjoyed Terrifier (2016) because it played more like a pitch black, ultra-violent horror comedy than anything else. Much to my dismay the sequel ditches the brunt of the humor, rendering it mostly of a study in the ways Art the Clown (David Howard Thornton) can dole out grisly violence. And if it had […]

REview: Hypochondriac (2022) | Depicts Schizophrenia in a Cinematic Though Honest Manner

I’m not typically a fan of movies that depict characters that do things as the result of some vaguely defined mental illness because they’re often entirely geared toward sensationalism. And while such misinterpretations are the fuel that power most horror movies, sometimes they at least attempt something approaching reality. Which is what impresses me about […]