ALTAR’s a no fuss found footage that keeps familiar, but brings its own creepy creeps to the party to freak you out.
One of the single most surreal chapters of Twin Peaks to date.
This piece of found footage takes you inside a family grappling with whether evil exists.
CBS’ American Gothic Episode 9: “The Oxbow” Directed by Doug Aarniokoski Written by Lawrence Broch * For a review of Episode 8, “Kindred Spirits” – click here * For a review of Episode 9, “The Veteran in a New Field” – click here The title for this episode comes from Thomas Cole’s View from Mount Holyoke,Continue reading “American Gothic – Episode 9: “The Oxbow””
Joshua. 2007. Directed by George Ratliff. Screenplay by David Gilbert & Ratliff. Starring Sam Rockwell, Vera Farmiga, Celia Weston, Dallas Roberts, Michael McKean, Jacob Kogan, Nancy Giles, Linda Larkin, Alex Draper, Stephanie Roth Haberle, Ezra Barnes, Jodie Markell, Rufus Collins, Haviland Morris, & Tom Bloom. ATO Pictures. Rated 14A. 106 minutes. Drama/Horror/Thriller ★★★★ The creepyContinue reading “Joshua Makes You Question the Nature or Nurture of Evil”
A&E’s Damien Season 1, Episode 4: “The Number of a Man” Directed by Bronwen Hughes Written by Nazrin Choudhury * For a review of the previous episode, “The Deliverer” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Seven Curses” – click here What will Damien Thorn (Bradley James) encounter next? Last weContinue reading “Damien – Season 1, Episode 4: “The Number of a Man””
The Amityville Horror. 1979. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg. Screenplay by Sandor Stern; based on the book by Jay Anson. Starring James Brolin, Margot Kidder, Rod Steiger, Don Stroud, Murray Hamilton, John Larch, Natasha Ryan, K.C. Martel, Meeno Peluce, Michael Sacks, Helen Shaver, and Amy Wright. American International Pictures. Rated 14A. 117 minutes. Drama/Horror. ★★★★ WhenContinue reading “The Amityville Horror Never Lets Truth Get in its Way”