Fatty Fatty No Friends is the story of a kid. The skinny kids hated him, no matter what he did. They taunted him until he took revenge without amends. It was a tasty lesson for Fatty Fatty No Friends FATTY FATTY NO FRIENDS is a diabolically delicious musical morality …
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If you’ve been following me on social media, you seen my call-to-action posts in support of MARK PATTON and his documentary about the seminal gay horror classic, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2.
At this moment, there are 25 hours left for the film to reach its goal on KICKSTARTER.
They are only $1,200 away from making it happen.
Before you read any further, I strongly request you to take a swig of beer, a shot of Jäger or just plant yourself face-first into one of those fishbowl-sized novelty margaritas. No, no…trust me. It’s for your own safety. Before THREE DAY HANGOVER‘s delightful production of STEVEN DIETZ’s DRACULA begins, we …
Picking up immediately after the events of the first film, CONTRACTED: PHASE TWO unwisely forgoes the slow burn suspense and unease of the original in lieu of over-the-top grossout gags and an unnecessarily overcomplicated plot.
In a missing professor’s apartment, three roommates discover a mysterious device: a most unusual camera aimed at their living room window that produces a Poloroid showing a moment exactly 24-hours into the future. Wickedly fun and full of double crosses, back stabbings and deviance. A very high recommend!
AMNESIAC, a new thriller starring WES BENTLEY and KATE BOSWORTH, has a lot of great ideas and a groovy retro mood, but ultimately flounders under the weight of glacial pacing and not enough surprises.
Every now and then, you pick a movie at random. You go in with zero expectations. Then, much to your surprise, the movie is a gem.
THE SISTERHOOD OF NIGHT, directed by CARYN WAECHTER, was that kind of experience.
When you go into a movie with expectations this low and are still disappointed, it speaks volumes. Sadly, JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE (filmed mostly in Florida!) does not have the cast of the notorious TV show meeting their gory demises. Instead, we get unfortunates souls trying to act like them…pale imitations of what were …
ALLELUIA is not always an easy or a pleasant watch. The movie is frequently infuriating and confounding and extremely ugly.
But then again….isn’t Love of those things as well?
For once, you can believe the hype….