Trick r’ Treat Review

The anthology film has always found a comfortable home in the horror genre. From cult classics like Creepshow and Cats Eye to more recent forays like ABCs of Death and Nightmare Cinema, the format has proved fertile ground for the scary short story to thrive. While these efforts have almost never set the box office […]

Blue Eyed (Review)

Cinematic exercises in surrealism are never simple, whether it be in their execution or consumption. However, it’s the essence of this challenging nature that can make their thematic delivery more profoundly impactful than a work operating within the means of realism. David Lynch has based much of his career around such an ethos, while the […]