Hellbender interview with co-directors John Adams and Toby Poser

Last week, I got the pleasure of interviewing the Adam’s family on their newest in-house DIY film Hellbender which to me plays like a DIY A24 film that would make Ari Arster proud. It’s such a profound film and the performances are excellent including Toby Poser and Zelda Adams. We also talk about making films with your family and the fun that can bring each day.

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The Reef: Stalked Interview with filmmaker Andrew Traucki

Last week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Andrew Traucki, the director of the phenomenal shark horror film The Reef, and now he is finally back for the highly anticipated sequel titled The Reef: Stalked. We talked about what drew him back into the franchise, what he currently thinks of shark movies that are usually so bad their good, and why it’s hard for audiences to take them seriously now.

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The Brain From Planet Arous(Blu-Ray Review): A Brilliant release

The Brain from Planet Arous is a delicious science fiction film from the 1950s where everything is off the table because it is so ahead of its time that a lot of the original audience may think it’s ahead of its time. With a brain that is as big as from the Futurama episode, some may be considered to be a parody now with the subgenre. While some may find this to be unbelievable now at the time it came people were sure to be amazed by the VFX.

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Nope Review

I was lucky enough to be invited to an advance screening of Jordan Peele’s Nope and, given the last minute nature of the invitation, I went in without really knowing anything about the film other than what I could guess from the trailer. I can honestly say Nope is one of those films for which the less you know, the better it is.

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The Harbinger (Fantasia 2022) Review: A truly scary Pandemic movie

The Harbinger is one of those horror movies that come along very few times that you can compare the impact of it to the original Candyman. It is the scariest film to take place during the Covid19 pandemic that doesn’t seem to be misguided or made for a quick buck. We can thank the writer-director Andy Mitton for the terrifying time.

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Neon Lights(2022) Review

Neon Lights is a new to stream thriller film that is an example of what creative indie filmmaking can truly be. Initially I was worried by the title. I prepared myself for a neon light bath of film much like what the new Rob Zombie Munsters trailer gave us. Fortunately I was wrong. While neon lights are used in the film, and used in a very metaphorical way, it is not washing over the entire film. Many of the scenes feel gritty and tense and don’t have any bright lights in them at all.

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