Mark (Sam Neil) is a secret agent man whose back home in Poland and looking to restore his relationship with his estranged wife Anna (Isabelle Adajani). He soon finds out that his wife has left him for another lover, and Mark is left trying to find out who Ann’s secret lover is and what exactly is happening to her. The layers of the story of Possession begin to peel away as it progresses, and what starts as an emotionally devastating story about a young couple falling apart takes a sharp left turn into something else entirely. Continue reading
A group of cultists unleash an evil from another dimension, and the night crew of the local hospital as well as their sheriff is caught in the aftermath and must fight to survive till morning. With cultists on the outside, people transforming into monsters on the inside, a psychopath hellbent on revenge, and nefarious experiments going on in the basement, will these poor people survive The Void? Continue reading
****REVIEW CONTAINS SLIGHT SPOILERS****
After avenging the death of his dog in the first film, our long suffering anti-hero John Wick finds himself once again pulled back out of retirement to pay off an old debt. This job ends up with Wick seeking vengeance and finding himself way in over his head. Chapter 2 chronicles the whole ordeal of Wick traveling to Rome and back to the US where he ends up killing half the population of New York while trying to stay alive. Continue reading
Not to be confused with Catfish, the documentary about the perils of online dating released in the same year, Coldfish is the story of a mild-mannered husband who unwittingly becomes the pawn of a manipulative serial killer. Nobuyuki Syamoto runs a small fish store with his young wife Taeko and daughter Mitsuko. After Mitsuko is caught shop-lifting, the family is “saved” from the shop-owner pressing charges by the intervention of a man named Yuko Murata. Murata instantly befriends the family and offers to have Mitsuko stay with him and his wife Aiko and work in his much larger fish emporium. Mitsuko readily agrees, and Murata is thus able to bend Nobuyuki to his will. Continue reading
Rabid is the third film from cult director David Cronenberg (Videodrome, Scanners) in which he further plays with his ideas regarding body horror. Former porn star and 2004 and 2008 Vice Presidential Candidate, Marylin Chambers stars as the lead, a young woman named Rose. At the opening of Rabid, Rose and her boyfriend Hart are involved in a motorcycle accident. A catatonic Rose is hospitalized and given an experimental skin graft for her burn injuries. A month later she comes out of her coma only to find she has a mutated appendage that pops out of her armpit and feasts on blood. After feeding on them, Rose’s victims become infected with a need for blood themselves, and she inadvertently causes a zombie like epidemic throughout Canada. Continue reading
REVIEW CONTAINS SLIGHT SPOILERS.
In the proud tradition of Frankenstein vs. the Wolfman and Freddy vs. Jason, director Koji Shiraishi (The Curse) brings us the J-horror beatdown, Sadako vs. Kayako. As is the case with versus films in the horror genre, the focus isn’t on the fight but on the two mythologies crossing over. Sadako vs. Kayako does a better job than most of bring these two worlds together by establishing the curses of Ringu and Ju-on being seen as on-line urban legends by the general public. Unfortunately two school girls, Yuri and Natsumi, inadvertently watch Sadako’s cursed VHS tape. The two desperately seek help, and end up in the care of a powerful psychic who decides to break the curse by playing the VHS in the cursed house, thus forcing Sadako to go after Kayako and her infant son Toshio. Continue reading
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS A SPOILER THAT THE NETFLIX AND IMDB DESCRIPTIONS ALSO GIVES AWAY.
John Wayne Cleaver is a troubled young man. He’s a sociopath whose trying to stay on the right side of the law while helping his mortician mother in their family business. When he figures out that kindly old neighbor Mr. Crowley (Christopher Lloyd) moonlights as a killer, it makes John confront his own demons while trying to find a way to stop Crowley’s killing spree. Continue reading