REVIEW - I want to stop being a critic for a second. I am a fan. As a fan, I hate to see bands that I hold in such high regard, leave. Rush are one those bands who did everything their own way. They never followed a popular trend. They
REVIEW - HAIR I GO AGAIN is a documentary that was 30 years in the making. For the people who remember the metal band Convict in the early 80’s and wondered all these years what have happened to those lads. You may not remember that band, what about Tryxx? They were the
1. The World is .. The World is ...
2. The Anarchist
3. Headlong Flight
4. Far Cry
5. The Main Monkey Business
6. How It Is
8. Roll the Bones
9. Between the Wheels
Review-Jack Dwyer played by Owen Wilson is starting a new job that has him, taking his wife and two daughters to Asia. Jack works for a water company that is located in Thailand. Little does Jack know that the people in Asia have not been happy as of late, and
It is that time of the year for most people, the holidays. I wanted to showcase something that just was re-released with bonus discs and a ton of extra content that the old school music fan in your family could really be stoked about.
REVIEW - To try and not sound
If you’re going to watch a movie during the month of October, chances are it will be a horror film and there isn’t any better way to get your fright-on than with laughter.
Whether it’s a dark comedy with horror elements or a horror film with comedic elements, the marriage almost
REVIEW - William Congreve really knew what he was saying when he uttered the words, “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned”. Welcome to the world that is going to open for you in Avenged, Michael Ojeda’s violent, bloody punch in the balls that makes I Spit on your Grave
REVIEW - The ad campaign for “It Follows” sold us on the fact that it was the so-called best indie film of 2015. I hate to rain on the campaign of the billion dollar Weinstein Company, but you have not seen How to Save Us. Shot for less than 20k, the
Halloween is right around the corner and what better to pay homage to Devil’s Night, than by watching a scary movie. But what do you do when you’ve become bored with the usual fare; disenfranchised with what Hollywood has to offer? Where do you turn to when desensitization has got
Right-over at Cult Movie Mania they have an insane deal, you get both HOMICIDAL MANIAC films and a scratch and sniff card for the price of 19.99. That is a great deal and if you are a fan of gory indie horror, these films are right up your alley. There is