The first trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2 has been released, which sees the gang from the first film (minus John Cusack) jumping back into the warm, yet unhygienic bubbles, this time heading to the future.  This entry brings on Adam

a_most_wanted 6.5


Based on the John le Carré novel by the same name, Anton Corbijn’s A Most Wanted Man strips away the stylish veneer of other adaptations such as Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and brings us a slow burn spy flick that manages to be just barely entertaining despite the great cast and decent performances.

gun-woman-poster 5.5

Fantasia Fest 2014: GUN WOMAN Review

With a title like Gun Woman, there’s a certain expectation one has even before knowing anything about the film. In the case of Kurando Mitsutake’s latest grindhouse throwback, it delivers on its title and them some. This is a nasty little film that should only be viewed by the most ardent exploitation fans who know that, in this genre, sometimes bad is actually good.

Hwayi 7

Fantasia Fest 2014: HWAYI: A MONSTER BOY Review

It's been a decade since South Korean writer/director Jang Joon-hwan's debut feature, Save the Green Planet!, an amalgamation of almost every genre swirling around a mentally unstable central character affected by his traumatized past; while, Hwayi: A Monster Boy plays out like a typical action film, the central character's storyline possesses a number of similarities with that of Save the Green Planet! as Hwayi (Yeo Jin-gu) struggles to cope with his own trauma-filled past while slowly uncovering the sinister secrets behind his upbringing.

Suburban-Gothic 6.5

Fantasia Fest 2014: SUBURBAN GOTHIC Review

Suburban Gothic is the sophomore feature for writer-director Richard Bates Jr., and although the tone is decidedly different than his first film, Excision, the unique visual style is much the same. Favoring comedic antics and funny dialogue over gore, this is a lighter horror film, but still manages to be a fun and entertaining ride and yet another solid entry into Bates’ filmography.



Although it’s not saying much, I thought Uwe Boll‘s 2009 film Rampage was one of his best, so I was slightly interested to find out a sequel has not only been made, but will be coming out next month.  Rampage: Capital Punishment


PUNK’S DEAD: SLC PUNK 2 Teaser Trailer

The first teaser trailer for Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2 has been released, and although Matthew Lillard won’t be joining them, much of the cast of the original will be back including  Devon Sawa (where’s he been?), Adam Pascal, James Duval and Michael Goorjian (coming back from the


Leigh Janiak’s HONEYMOON Gets a Teaser Poster

Magnet has released a new poster for the upcoming horror film Honeymoon, written and directed by Leigh Janiak and starring Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones) and Harry Treadaway (Penny Dreadful).  This creepy little body horror film happened to be one of the highlights of SXSW