Review: ‘The Quiet Hour’ is a Taut Sci-Fi Thriller

Science fiction can be as big and expansive as the newest Guardians of the Galaxy movie or as simple as an episode of the original Twilight Zone. They are contemplative what-ifs set within optimistic futures or bleak destinies approaching our planet Earth. Therefore, one, at least I think so, should appreciate the tenacity and creativity that goes into making a lo-fi science fiction film. In this ...[Read More]

Save Lost Souls And Experience The Bayou At Red Lantern Escape Games

Being one of the over four million people living in the Los Angeles Area, being told that traveling out of the city for something damn well better be worth it. We’ve been told this many times, and we have seen enough of both amazing experiences and ones which leave us desperately wanting our stolen time back. So when we were invited to experience a new escape game in Brea, CA (about 30 miles east ...[Read More]

“The Willows” New Show From The Minds Of CreepLA Don’t F@*ing Miss This Show!

 Deep in the mansion-filled neighborhoods of Los Angeles lies a mysterious manor with a horrible secret. The fine people from Just Fix It Productions who brought to life the cerebral haunt CreepLA the last two years have come back with a brand new show going on right now! Before we go any further, we want to make it clear that we were invited to a dress rehearsal, but couldn’t make it to the actu...[Read More]

Review: “The Forest of Lost Souls” – Unlike Any Horror You’ve Seen

José Pedro Lopes’ The Forest of Lost Souls(also known by its Portuguese title, A Floresta das Almas Perdidas) is a very interesting kind of horror movie. Describing any aspect of it beyond the first fifteen minutes or so would ruin the impact of what’s to come. Suffice it to say, The Forest of Lost Souls is a film quite unlike any other you’re likely to see this year. Shot in gorgeous black and wh...[Read More]


Location: USA Biography: I grew up in a small town near San Luis Obispo Ca. From a very young age, I started writing short stories and making horror movies with my friends (as many kids from the pre-iPhone generation). From day 1 all I have wanted to do was have fun and make something cool. Right out of school I became a touring bass player and radio DJ/producer. In 2009 I moved to Los Angeles. Sh...[Read More]

Review: “A Dark Song” Terrifying Occult Trip

There is something in the air this year, quite a firey stench surrounding the indie horror scene. It seems to be the brimstone rising from the world below. Every week a new film is released that deals with the devil and occultist ideas. Coming out of Ireland is the latest in occultist horror and damn it delivers with a dark and powerful punch. A Dark Song will stand tall in this year’s trend of ho...[Read More]

Review: ‘CarousHELL’ is Pure Absurdist Horror/Comedy Fun

“I’m Duke, the prettiest goddammit unicorn in the world.” With that, CarousHELL opens, and the viewer is enveloped in one of the strangest horror comedies to come out in years. Steve Rudzinski takes a simple story – a young woman forced to take her brother while her stripper mom works – and twists it around the tale of Duke, a carousel unicorn bent on revenge. “Now you can be in charge of security...[Read More]

Review: ‘,’ Timely Film with Twisty Third Act

We’ve seen it before– and we’ve also been warned before– yet none of the bad omens found in horror films, those that are supposed to deter us from the perils of technology, ever actually deter us from anything. Although a Tinder-like app is at the center of, the film posits that it’s not so much the tech, but the people behind the screen that are the true monsters. Something like Tinde...[Read More]

Review: Italian Film’Don’t Be Bad’ is Grimy and Brutal

Friends for life since childhood, Cesare (Luca Marinelli) and Vittorio (Alessandro Borghi) have spent the better part of their primes living hard and fast, conning whoever has something to lose and fighting anyone who dares to get in their way. But after Vittorio has one bad night too many he decides it’s time for a change. It is around this time that he meets Linda, who represents his shot at a c...[Read More]

Review: Stephen King’s ‘Rainy Season’ Short Film

Stephen King’s story, “The Rainy Season,” can be found in his 1993 short story collection, Nightmares and Dreamscapes. It’s not one of King’s better-known stories, but the 2017 short film of the same name, written and directed by Vanessa Ionta Wright, does an excellent job of taking what seemed like a slight variation on Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” and making it something more. Setting the sh...[Read More]

Review: ‘The Control Group’

The compelling feature film debut from director Peter Hurd, The Control Group, manages to surprise and entertain through the entirety of its labyrinthine and unique plot. The film opens up with our protagonist Jack (Ross Destiche) sprawled out and dazed across the floor. When he gains some of his senses back it turns out Jack has awoken from his slumber in an insane asylum– and not one any person ...[Read More]


Location: Belgium Biography: Ever since my childhood I was drawing and experimenting with any media I get my hands on. I started as a 2D animator. When I was a teenager I experimented with video cameras we rented from the local video store. At that time we were not able to edit our films the way we can now. Next, I studied 3D animation and modeling. I worked on an animated tv show for several year...[Read More]

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