If Escape Room and a bad remake of The Game had a baby it would be No Escape. Don’t get me wrong with that statement about The Game. It is near impossible for any film to match of to that classic. It also makes COMPLETE sense seeing as how the film was written and directed by Will Wernick (the director of Escape Room).
Minor Premise is the most scientifically accurate film, well at least that was part so I can get in there oh gosh why Keep in mind that I never claimed to be a scientist. I do have a penchant for debunking scientific elements in film. They say that Stanley Kubrick
The Dark and the Wicked is one of the scariest films I have seen. Ghost films, if done well, like The Conjuring films, win me over every time. This horror genre relies on a number of different elements to create such a scary film. Music and the lighting are a
I was s bit late to the game on The Mortuary Collection, but heard so many great things that I just had to request a review copy. This one anthology horror film that you will be craving more after you are done watching it. This is one movie that truly
Dinner in America is a punk rock love story for the ages. Written and directed by Adam Carter Rehmeier, the film stars Kyle Gallner and Emily Skeggs and takes place in the Midwest. Simon (Gallner) is a punk rock pyromaniac who basically does not give a fuck! Patty (Skeggs) is stuck cleaning
Peninsula is the true explication of a film that has it all. Part zombie movie, part Fast and Furious, and part Escape from New York. If that does not entice you to check it out then I have no idea how I can sell this great film.
The teaser trailer and poster for The Block Island Sound have dropped ahead of it’s Fantasia Film Festival premiere on August 28th. Watch the trailer and read the synopsis below Synopsis: There is something terrifying is happening off the coast of Block Island. A strange force is thriving, influencing residents
Fried Barry takes audiences on a heroin induced fever dream. Directed by Ryan Kruger, the genre-bending film stars Gary Green as Barry, Chanelle De Jager, Bianka Hartenstein, Sean Cameron Michael, and Jonathan Pienaar. Part horror, part comedy, Fried Barry takes a peak into the mind of a drug addict who
Random Acts of Violence, a new film from Jay Baruchel starring Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy, CABIN IN THE WOODS), Jordana Brewster (FAST AND THE FURIOUS series, TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING), Niamh Wilson (SAW series) as well as Baruchel. The first horror movie I watched as a kid was Nightmare
I am always interested in Hong Kong films. I started in High School when I first watched Hard Boiled and The Killer by John Woo. These films lit a fire under me to seek out more Asian cinema. When I saw that A Witness Out Of The Blue was part
The Silencing is one of those films that sticks with you. I can’t stop thinking of this movie after I watched it a couple of days ago. A thriller is much like an onion. As the film progresses, the layers are peeled and a new element is revealed. The Silencing
There’s a sequence in the second act of Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi that is not great. It’s not bad, per say, but it protracts the second act in a way that is unnecessary and, in retrospect, kind of feels like franchise service more than it feels like
THOR: RAGNAROK bursts onto screen, effervescent and irreverent, brimming with confidence, flare, panache, and a bunch other adjectives that all add up to a movie that is raucous, rambunctious, and riotously funny. Entertaining as hell is another way to put it. It’s also a little thin, which should be a
In Episode 15 of the Damage Control Podcast we discuss Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and debate the importance of eyebrows. The film stars Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne’s eyebrows, apparently. You can always email us at DamageControlPodcast at gmail dot com, you can reach Jon on