Ash Hamilton

Review – Hellraiser #17

Issue 17 of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser sees the hit series from Boom Studios reaching a fever pitch as the story arc builds to an epic crescendo. Hell has come to earth as Pinhead/Elliot Spencer&...

Review – The Corridor

The Corridor is an interesting film as horror films go. Even as a small film it is undeniable that it is a creature of ambitious efforts. Fortunately, these efforts pay off to the tune of delivering t...

Review – The Cabin in the Woods

Some movies are easier to review than others, naturally. Reviewing a bad movie can come effortlessly at times, while reviewing a movie that has disappointed or even left me undecided can be a labor. T...

Review – Evidence

Evidence is a film that will leave many people divided. In fact, Evidence is a film that I guarantee most horror fans won’t leave on past twenty minutees. You see, it is that first twenty minute...

Review – Panic Button

Panic button is a great representation of how a small movie with an even smaller cast can come across as a film with a much bigger scope than its means. It also represents a very real threat to us her...

Review – Hellraiser Hellworld

The 8th installment of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser franchise is about as enjoyable as shitting a live Rotweiler. It is a prime example of a studio so determined to suck every last drop from one of...

Review – Memory Lane

There are movies that transcend their intended purpose to entertain and either by accident or purpose become something else. As creators, we are on the precipice of a new age of entertainment. The int...

Review – True Blood 4×03

“I know I’m a vampire, Snookie.” A little witch-tarded Eric goes a long way in this, the third episode of the new season. Following what I think has been a lackluster season opener, ...

Review – Yellow Brick Road

If the road to hell is paved with good intentions, then Yellow Brick Road is paved with potential… well the first few feet anyways. Yellow Brick Road suffers from using the “open endedR...