Video/TV

Review – Hellraiser Revelations

For those of us who worked through the era of faxes and xeroxes we remember a term called image degradation. Image degradation happens when you fax a copy of a fax or copy a copy of a copy and each co...

Review – Red State

To say that Red State is flawed is to undermine director Kevin Smith’s attempt at taking his creative talents in a bold new direction. However, if you are not a fan of Smith’s work or just...

Review – Seconds Apart

Afterdark Horrorfest’s contributions have been hit and miss admittedly. Although I enjoy a tradition of a cache of films that annually give us a new helping of horror, Afterdark’s offering...

Review – The Uninvited (iPad App)

I admit it. I scoffed at the iPad when it was first introduced. I thought it was nothing more than an oversized iPod touch and I was going to be damned if I was going to lay out that kind a money for ...

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 – American Horror Story 1×01

Reviewers will often play follow the leader when a particular show or film is being chastised. I have seen a flurry of early negative reviews for a film quickly become a lynch mob as reviewers (most o...

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...