Film Review: The Estate

★★★★ If Ryan Murphy made a psycho-sexual thriller, it would look something like James Kapner’s cutting and hilarious The Estate. Billed as a “true fable,” this campy, outrageous, and decidedly not-PC film touches on all the taboos. It gives Cruel Intentions vibes, only less weighty and more ridiculous. Social and cultural commentary in relation to … Continue reading Film Review: The Estate

TV Review: Locke & Key – Season 2

After what feels like a forever-length wait thanks to the 2020 pandemic, Netflix’s horror-tinged fantasy adventure series Locke & Key is finally back for its second season! If you loved the first trip into this world, Bode (Jackson Robert Scott), Tyler (Connor Jessup), and Kinsey (Emilia Jones) are waiting to greet you once more! In … Continue reading TV Review: Locke & Key – Season 2

Film Review: Night Teeth

★★★★ Night Teeth compiles a talented cast for a vampy Netflix romp that will thrill and surprise those already fluent in vampire cinema. The all-in-one-night logline promises intriguing scripting and compact, intimate characterizations. Personally, the biggest draw for me was this outstanding cast, which includes Debby Ryan, Megan Fox, Sydney Sweeney, Alexander Ludwig, and Alfie … Continue reading Film Review: Night Teeth

Film Review: Universal Classic Monsters: Icons of Horror Collection

Spooky season means it is time to celebrate with the brand spanking new 4K Ultra HD release of Universal Classic Monsters: Icons of Horror Collection—an instantly iconic four film package that compiles Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, and The Wolf Man! These classic movies from the 30s and early 40s have never looked better, and … Continue reading Film Review: Universal Classic Monsters: Icons of Horror Collection

Film Review: Detention

★★★ Detention is a politically-charged Taiwanese horror film, tinged with stylistic flourishes and a freakish lead monster. Depicting 1962 Taiwan during the White Terror period, any citizens who were even the slightest bit left-thinking or anti-establishment were at the mercy of a vengeful government. Reading banned books could result in the ultimate punishment: death! Campy … Continue reading Film Review: Detention