18th Jun2021

‘Road Head’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Clayton Farris, Damian Joseph Quinn, Elizabeth Grullon, Adam Nemet, Paul T. Taylor, Misty Bones, Clay Acker | Written by Justin Xavier | Directed by David Del Rio Director David Del Rio and writer Justin Xavier, the duo who gave us the twisted Christmas story Sick for Toys, are back with Road Head, a bizarre, […]

17th Jun2021

‘FEAR (aka F.E.A.R. Forget Everything And Run)’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Marci Miller, Jason Tobias, Danny Ruiz, Cece Kelly, Susan Moore Harmon, Justin Dray, James Schuler, Denver Isaac, Ivana Rojas | Written and Directed by Geoff Reisner, Jason Tobias FEAR, the debut film from writer/directors Geoff Reisner and Jason Tobias is pitched as a post apocalyptic action film. When it was released in the UK […]

14th Jun2021

‘In The Earth’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Joel Fry, Hayley Squires, Reece Shearsmith, Ellora Torchia, John Hollingworth, Mark Monero | Written and Directed by Ben Wheatley In the Earth, the new film from Ben Wheatley (Kill List), begins with images all to familiar images of people in masks and hazmat suits. Here, as in real life, the world is in the grip […]

11th Jun2021

‘Unit Eleven’ DVD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Theo Cane Garvey, Ieuan Parry, Helen Andrzejowska, Carl Kendall, Aaron Slack, Bradley Morton, James Caroll, Paul Barlow | Written and Directed by Theo Cane Garvey Unit Eleven looks fifteen years into the future and sees a world in which, for reasons we’re not told, crime in the UK has risen out of control. To […]

10th Jun2021

‘Scare Us’ VOD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Tom Sandoval, Michael C. Alvarez, Michelle Palermo, Richard Lippert, Ethan Drew, Brad Grubenhoff, Charlotte Lilt, Jason Wiechert, Jennifer Jones Nesbit | Written by Will Hirsch, Ryan Henry Johnston, Charlotte Lilt, Ryan Kjolberg, Jordan Pillar, Carl Jensen IV, Tom J. McCoy | Directed by Ryan Henry Johnston, Charlotte Lilt, Ryan Kjolberg, Jordan Pillar, Carl Jensen […]

08th Jun2021

‘Caveat’ Review (Shudder)

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Ben Caplan, Jonathan French, Conor Dwane, Leila Sykes | Written and Directed by Damian Mc Carthy In the first few minutes of writer/director, Damian Mc Carthy’s debut feature Caveat Barret (Ben Caplan; Call the Midwife, RocknRolla) offers Isaac (Jonathan French; Bravado) 200 GBP, about $290, a day to watch over his niece Olga (Leila […]

03rd Jun2021

‘Amityville Poltergeist’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Parris Bates, Conor Austin, Sydney Winbush, Rebecca Morse, Jon Ashley Hall | Written by Calvin Morie McCarthy, Jon Ashley Hall | Directed by Calvin Morie McCarthy After Amityville Island, Amityville Asylum, Amityville Cornfield and Witches of Amityville Academy I was actually surprised to find out that nobody had made a film called Amityville Poltergeist […]

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01st Jun2021

‘Enhanced’ DVD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: George Tchortov, Alanna Bale, Adrian Holmes, Chris Mark, Eric Hicks, Michael Joseph Delaney, Patrick Sabongui, Elvis Stojko, Stefano DiMatteo, Jeffrey R. Smith, Dorren Lee | Written by James Mark, Matthew Nayman, Peter Van Horne | Directed by James Mark Humans with enhanced powers are being hunted down and captured by an Above Top Secret […]

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31st May2021

Grimmfest May Madness: ‘Lapsis’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Dean Imperial, Babe Howard, James McDaniel, Madeline Wise, Ivory Aquino, Dora Madison, Frank Wood, Arliss Howard | Written and Directed by Noah Hutton Welcome to the world of the gig economy gone quantum, literally. Lapsis, the first fictional feature from documentarian Noah Hutton (Crude Independence, Deep Time) posits a near future/alternative present where quantum […]

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27th May2021

‘The Devil Below’ DVD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Will Patton, Adan Canto, Jonathan Sadowski, Alicia Sanz, Chinaza Uche, Zach Avery, Jesse LaTourette, William Mark McCullough, Alpha Trivette, Tom Proctor, Nathan Phillips | Written by Stefan Jaworski, Eric Scherbarth | Directed by Bradley Parker The Devil Below is visual effects expert Bradley Parker’s second film as a director, his first was Chernobyl Diaries […]

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25th May2021

‘Painkiller’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Bill Oberst Jr., Michael Pare, Tom Parnell, Mark Savage, Khalimah Gaston, Alexander Pennecke, Pacey Liz Walker, Austin Janowsky, Scot Scurlock, Liz DeCoudres, Kristina Beringer, Eve Jordan Litchfield | Written by Tom Parnell, Mark Savage | Directed by Mark Savage Back when I reviewed Purgatory Road I said it might be the film to finally put […]

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24th May2021

‘Jack Walker’ VOD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Stefan Morawietz, Denis Lyons, Kathrin Höhne, Bartholomäus Kowalski, Mike Möller, Ron Holzschuh | Written by Andreas Urra, Mathias Urra | Directed by Tanay Genco Ulgen At one time Jack Walker (Stefan Morawietz; Sky Sharks, Ip Man 2) was the biggest action star in the world. Well, the biggest action star in Germany. But those […]

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20th May2021

‘Cerebrum’ VOD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: James Russo, Alexxis Lemire, Christian James, Anirudh Pisharody, Aly Trasher, Jesse Willhite, John Ruby, Hanif Karim, Christopher Carrington | Written by Arvi, Gary D. Houk | Directed by Arvi Cerebrum, the debut feature from director Arvi and co-writer Gary D. Houk made its premiere April 25th at the Worldfest Film Festival. The tale of […]

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19th May2021

‘The Inheritance’ DVD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Andrea Stefancikova, Natalia Ryumina, Nick Wittman, Valeria Dymova, Yaroslav Poverlo, Yuriy Dyak, Yulia Brahina, Larisa Bokovenko, Larisa Deryugina | Written and Directed by Chad Barager, Kevin Speckmaier Sasha’s (Natalia Ryumina; Skin Traffik, Soldiers of the Damned) father has just died and as the last of her line she’s gotten everything. So she and her […]

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18th May2021

’86 Melrose Avenue’ Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Dade Elza, Kambra Potter, Jake Red, Anastasia Antonia, Anastasia Antonia, Gary Sturm, Jim O’Heir, Terri Ivens | Written and Directed by Lili Matta A bloodied man makes his way down a Los Angeles street while a police helicopter flies overhead looking for him. This is Travis (Dade Elza; You Can’t Have It) he’s armed, […]

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