Review: YOGA HOSERS

Kevin Smith’s films have always had a polarizing effect to them. People either obsessively love them or unequivocally hate them but I’ve always found myself in the middle; having enjoyed his earlier stuff and feeling neutral about his later films. A few years ago it was announced that he would be doing horror films, and […]

Horror Anthology HOLIDAYS Set to Make Tribeca Premiere in April; VOD/Theatrical To Follow

I was lucky enough to be able to do a couple of set visits on the horror anthology HOLIDAYS last year for Fangoria (here and here), and what I found was a very unique approach to the anthology subgenre. Featuring an impressive set of directors such as Kevin Smith (Tusk), Gary Shore (Dracula Untold), Scott Stewart […]

Bluray Review: TUSK

Kevin Smith is definitely at an interesting point in his career. Once the king of the indie comedy genre, Smith has worked hard at dipping his toes in genres that typically wouldn’t be associated with the same guy whose characters complained about working on their day off, or various other topics that many people found […]

Guest Editorial: Noam Little on “Askew: TUSK, BH Tilt and The Hypocrisy of Horror Fandom”

*Editor’s note– Noam Little was nice enough to write this very thought provoking article regarding the state of horror and how a combination of marketing, dumping films to VOD and horror fandom might be incredibly detrimental to the genre. Give it a read, it’s a good one!-Jerry The year is 1931. Although the American Public […]

REVIEW – JAWS Blu-Ray

Today is the day a lot of cinephiles have been looking forward to. Ah yes. JAWS, one of filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s most beloved, influential and arguably best movies is finally out on Blu-Ray. And I’m going to skip over the actual review of the movie itself, because you guys all know the movie. And if you don’t, well […]