An interesting meta-cinema experiment. Cut Shoot Kill – movie review

Cut Shoot Kill is an indie horror/thriller written and directed by Michael Walker who made a name for himself with Chasing Sleep starring Jeff Daniels and in collaboration with Lions Gate. After failing a big Hollywood career (so far), Walker stepped back and released Cut Shoot Kill with a smaller budget, independent production companies and … Continue reading An interesting meta-cinema experiment. Cut Shoot Kill – movie review

The Classics of Horror #9 – The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

When I sat through and played The Texas Chain Saw Massacre last night, my expectations were really high. Not only is this film about Leatherface and his psycho-cannibal family an iconic horror movie, but I also remembered watching it a few years ago, and being struck by its powerful scenes. Unfortunately, it didn’t have the … Continue reading The Classics of Horror #9 – The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

Annabelle (2014) – movie review

Whit Annabelle coming out soon (the release date in the UK is the 11th of August), I decided to make a step back to the first spinoff of this horror franchise linked to The Conjuring universe. If you previously read some of my older posts, you might have noticed that Annabelle is mentioned quite a … Continue reading Annabelle (2014) – movie review

Another found-footage Sci-Fi on alien abductions. Phoenix Forgotten – movie review

On March, 13th 1997 lights of varying descriptions were spotted over Phoenix, Nevada and Sonora, Mexico. The phenomenon has been described by local and national American media as a “mass UFO sighting”, overhyping the fantasies of conspiracy theories and tickling the curiosity of many. As a natural consequence, books have been written by alleged UFO … Continue reading Another found-footage Sci-Fi on alien abductions. Phoenix Forgotten – movie review

A homage to the great 80’s mysteries and much more – Stranger Things – TV series review

I’m sorry if I tag along after the hype a bit too late, but I just got the chance (finally!) to watch the 8 episodes of one of the most successful TV series in recent years: Stranger Things (2016). Directed by the Duffer twin brothers (Matt and Rose), this series revolves around a boy who … Continue reading A homage to the great 80’s mysteries and much more – Stranger Things – TV series review

The moral is: never trust your colleagues. The Belko Experiment – movie review

When your script revolves around 80 employees locked up into their office building waiting to kill or be killed, the final product could either be extremely satisfying or go terribly wrong. The Belko Experiment is the exception to the rule. Directed by Greg McLean – who made a name for himself with the excellent Wolf … Continue reading The moral is: never trust your colleagues. The Belko Experiment – movie review

Jordan Peele’s debut is a breathlessly clever, original and entertaining mixed bag. Get Out – movie review

  Get Out is written and directed by the renown comedian Jordan Peele at his directorial debut.   The movie tells the story of the black photographer, Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya), who goes for a weekend trip with his wasp (no, not the bug) girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to meet her parents, who have no … Continue reading Jordan Peele’s debut is a breathlessly clever, original and entertaining mixed bag. Get Out – movie review

The movies of James Wan, part III – Insidious (2010) and Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)

*Skip the premise if you read the previous posts* Regarded by many as the best horror director working today, James Wan (27 February 1977) went on also screenwriting and producing many of his movie as well as various flicks connected to his works, such as the Saw and Insidious sequels. Being able to revitalise several … Continue reading The movies of James Wan, part III – Insidious (2010) and Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)