Against all odds, Father Gore gives you 50(+) of his favourite films this decade had to offer.
Get an up close and gory look at nationalism gone utterly wild.
Scorsese & Lehane together as one? That’s how you get a spooky, mind-bending thriller like SHUTTER ISLAND.
Truth is so much stranger than fiction. And much uglier.
The Bunny Game. 2010. Directed by Adam Rehmeier. Story by Rodleen Getsic & Adam Rehmeier. Starring Rodleen Getsic, Jeff F. Renfro, Drettie Page, Coriander Womack, Gregg Gilmore, Loki, Curtis Reynolds, and Jason Timms. Death Mountain Productions. Unrated. 76 minutes. Horror No ★s Sometimes there comes along a film that is so dreary and needlessly graphicContinue reading “Avoid The Bunny Game & its Needless Misogyny”
Insidious. 2010. Directed by James Wan. Screenplay by Leigh Whannell. Starring Rose Byrne, Patrick Wilson, Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, and Barbara Hershey. Rated 14A. 103 minutes. Drama/Horror/Mystery. 4 out of 5 stars There aren’t many horror movies that feel like the classics these days, except for a few. Even some ofContinue reading “INSIDIOUS Takes Us Back to Classic Haunting”
The debut feature film of Panos Cosmatos, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW, is modern psychedelia at its finest.
Fritt Vilt III (English title: Cold Prey 3). 2010. Dir. Mikkel Braenne Sandemose. Screenplay by Peder Fuglerud & Lars Gudmestad; story by Martin Sundland. Starring Ida Marie Bakkerud, Kim S. Falck-Jørgensen, Pål Stokka, Arthur Berning, Sturla Rui, Terje Ranes, and Nils Johnson. T2 Entertainment. Not Rated. 95 minutes. Horror ★★★★ I’m in the the tiny little column of peopleContinue reading “Cold Prey III is the Birth of Fear”