[Review] Still/Born (Popcorn Frights, 2017) – by Joseph Perry

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Popcorn Frights Film Festival featured the Florida premiere of postpartum-themed chiller Still/Born on August 16, and Gruesome Magazine’s Joseph Perry checks in with his thoughts on the film. Director/co-writer Brandon Christensen‘s psychological horror film stars Christie Burke as Mary, a new mother, and Jesse Moss as her husband Jack. The couple is the proud parents […]

A Double Dose Of Elevator Terror Is Heading Our Way – ‘The Lift’ And ‘Down’ Coming To Blu-ray

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One of the best tag lines in horror history – “Take the stairs, take the stairs, for God’s sake – TAKE THE STAIRS!” Will never forget the first time I noticed the VHS copy of The Lift sitting on store shelves and to be honest – I don’t think I’ve seen it since then.  No […]

“Synchronicity” (2015): Time Travel is Less Than Well Spent in Visually Striking Sci-Fi Effort

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The time travel film Synchronicity is one of the more sumptuous looking low-budget science fiction movies that you are bound to see this year, but its blending of sci-fi and romance doesn’t succeed as well as its visuals. Still, writer/director Jacob Gentry’s first full-length feature since The Signal has enough verve to warrant placing it […]

[Film Review] “Turbo Kid” (2015): Wasted in the Wasteland

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When I first got wind of Turbo Kid, I wasn’t all too impressed. After reading a synopsis of it, I was pretty sure that it was going to be something for the kiddies. I had no interest whatsoever in watching what sounded like a Power Ranger/Kamen Rider clone. I even turned down an offer to interview […]