DARK SIGNAL is a Dense Thriller Worth a Watch
The spirit of a murdered girl returns with a message for the staff of a local radio station. Laurie Wolf (Siwan Morris), a successful radio personality and DJ, begins her final day of work at a radio station by rolling out of bed, lighting a cigarette, and listening to message... Read more
OBIT. is a Fascinatingly Dry Exploration of the Creative Process
Obit., directed by Vanessa Gould, is a documentary that tells the story of a team of writers doing what might be the least glamorous job at the most storied newspaper in the country: the New York Times obituary writers. Obit. is a strange bird as docs go, at once... Read more
The Wicked One Rips and Tears at our Heartstrings
The Wicked One, directed by Tory Jones, follows a group of 20-somethings on a Halloween road trip to get out to a party when they become terrorized by a masked maniac known only as The Wicked One (Jack Norman). Wow, does this film create a bad first impression. After... Read more
I BAKED HIM A CAKE is an Unsettling Short Film
Lenora, a young girl, wakes up excited to bake her father his favorite cake on his birthday. As Lenora bakes, she notices strange behavior from Mom. Meanwhile, Dad isn’t home yet and it’s growing late… The new short film I Baked Him A Cake is an unsettling short that... Read more
DIG TWO GRAVES a Haunting, Gothic Tale of Sorrow and Mystery
Dig Two Graves, from writer director Hunter Adams is a slow-burn, gothic horror flick about a young girl obsessed with the loss of her older brother in a freak accident at the town swimming hole. In her sorrow three strangely prescient drifters claim to have a way to bring... Read more
Short Film GWILLIAM is an Alley Full of WTF
A recently released criminal is looking for a good time. He can forget his sins but he can never forget…Gwilliam. Gwilliam is a short that exists for the sole purpose of proving that anything can be filmed. What baffles the mind further is that the 5 minute short film... Read more
3 HOURS TILL DEAD isn’t soon enough
An AWOL soldier with PTSD goes into hiding along with his brother and a few friends. They retreat into a rural farm area unaware that the outside world has ceased to function. On their way back to civilization, his brother is attacked by an infected farmer. He quickly morphs... Read more
The Holly Kane Experiment – Keep Repeating, It’s Only A Movie, It’s Only A Movie
The Holly Kane Experiment, directed by Tom Sands and written by Mick Sands, follows Holly Kane (Kirsty Averton), a psychologist that has discovered a combination of drugs and subliminal messaging to reprogram and potentially brainwash subjects, becoming lost in a world of unfamiliar faces and mysterious agendas as she... Read more
ALIEN: COVENANT Brings Back the Horror
Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created, with ALIEN: COVENANT, a new chapter in his groundbreaking ALIEN franchise. The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually... Read more
Sacrilege Has Blood-Sucking Demons, but Doesn’t Seem Too Bothered by That
Sacrilege is directed by Paul Catalanotto and follows college student Jessica (Jenn Foreman) (yes, this is another “college students in their 30s” movie), who is shown at the beginning of the film buying a music box for her best friend Samantha’s (Megan Few) birthday. You instantly get the sense... Read more