07th Mar2023

‘The Fearway’ VOD Review

by James Rodrigues

Stars: Shannon Dalonzo, Justin Gordon, Simon Phillips, Eileen Dietz, James Politano, Briahn Auguillard | Written by Noah Bessey | Directed by Robert Gajic Opening his directorial debut in an intriguing manner, Robert Gajic has a woman’s voiceover share the character’s biggest fear at losing someone she cannot imagine life without. Quick cuts on-screen show a frightened […]

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20th Apr2022

‘Escape Through Africa’ VOD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Linn Bjornland, Eric Roberts, Justin Gordon, Jeff Berg, Alexander Leeb, Robert Okumu, Leonard Kelly-Young, Charles Chiyangwa, LaMont Hendrix, Jeff Grays, Delpaneaux Wills, Guru Singh | Written and Directed by Ted Betz Escape Through Africa, that’s a title that conjures up visions of films from a bygone era – where soldiers took on the rough […]

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25th Apr2018

‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’ Review

by Alain Elliott

Stars: Doug Jones, Lance Henriksen, Patrick Gorman, Simon Phillips, Sean Sprawling, Daniel Joo, Eva Swan, Katherine Taylor, Justin Gordon, Matthew Edward Hegstrom, Mauricio Gomez Amoretti | Written by Hiroshi Katagiri, Nathan Long, Brad Palmer | Directed by Hiroshi Katagiri I have to admit that what drew me most to Gehenna: Where Death Lives was the […]

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17th Oct2016

High Octane Pictures acquire Hiroshi Katagiri’s ‘Gehenna’

by Phil Wheat

Highly-anticipated creature-feature Gehenna: Where Death Lives, directed, produced, and co-written by makeup and special effects master Hiroshi Katagiri, has been acquired by High Octane Pictures. Newly-founded by industry vet and CAA Alum Galen Christy, High Octane Pictures has acquired the international sales rights for the film, which boasts high-end sets and spectacular effects work from […]

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30th Jun2014

‘Absentia’ Blu-ray Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Katie Parker, Courtney Bell, Dave Levine, Morgan Peter Brown, Justin Gordon | Written and Directed by Mike Flanagan [NOTE: With the film set for a UK Blu-ray release on July 7th, here’s a reposting of my review of Absentia from its original 2012 DVD debut] Tricia’s husband Daniel has been missing for seven years. […]

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