REview: Castle Freak (1995) | Garishly Awesome

Stuart Gordon’s Castle Freak is not The Outsider – the story by H.P. Lovecraft’s short story that it’s based upon – though it is interesting in it’s own right. It takes the essential essence of Lovecraft’s story – a being separate from humanity due to his alienness (it’s always a “he” with Lovecraft) – a […]

REview: The New Mutants (2020) | It’s Watchable

Josh Boone’s The New Mutants may have had a horrific, bloody path to cinemas but that has little to do with the movie itself, which is…okay. The story opens with Dani Moonstar (Blu Hunt, who incidentally happens to look just like Rose Salazar from Battle Angel Alita minus the anime-style eyes) who’s sleeping when a […]

REview: Ghosts Of War (2020) | Complexity For Complexity’s Sake Never Works

I enjoyed M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense immensely. The point being, when every other director – including Shyamalan himself – seemed to think that a movie isn’t quite complete without some Twilight Zone-esque twist that they apparently think adds greater significance to everything that’s came before it. And when it works, it’s pretty interesting […]