Fried Barry follows a drug addict/dealer in South Africa who becomes possessed by an alien entity that proceeds to go on an all-night frenetic tour of Cape Town in his body, exposing itself to sex, drugs and violence as it learns about humankind. [This movie was viewed on Shudder at the time of this review.] Fried Barry Review If Fried Barry is anything, it's unique. The premise tackles familiar commentary on the state of humanity, particularly its seedier locales that tend t
Vicious Fun follows a horror magazine writer who unwittingly becomes a participant in a serial killer support group. [This movie can be found on Shudder as of the posting of this review.] Vicious Fun Review Many horror comedies have the luxury of being able to go beyond the need for believability, and Vicious Fun takes advantage of this in its ludicrous premise. It's not even particularly original. A similar premise of AA for serial killers was done in Monster Party, though t
Unearth follows a small town of farmers that begin to experience terrifying symptoms after a nearby fracking job unleashes a dormant organism.
Gaia follows a researcher who is attacked by fungal-like creatures and must take refuge with two isolated men who appear to worship the creatures and their origin. Gaia vs. Unearth This is a first, but having seen these two films in quick succession and the two films sharing so much in common, it felt like providence to write a review
Monstrous follows a young woman befriends another woman as they go in search of a missing friend in a countryside known for its bigfoot sightings. Monstrous Review I'm not sure I can get behind the relatively positive reception I've seen for this movie. I found the film to be jaggedly paced, unevenly performed, and the plot to be sporadic in its intent. The twists were predictable and didn't add to the tension of the story. The fluidity of the film was stagnant, unable to dec