The Black Eyed Children is an interesting topic to think of. It's something that gives me chills when I think about it, so when Justin Snyder contacted me about his movie based on the phenomena, I was ready to give it a try! "An aspiring film-maker embarks on a journey investigating the nightmarish and haunting... Continue Reading →
I've seen Dead Kansas going around various blogs at the moment, and when it came through to my inbox, I was interested to see what the buzz was about - with an interesting sounding plot and a poster that looked very tongue-in-cheek, I really wanted to see what Dead Kansas had to offer. Unfortunately, I... Continue Reading →
Through The Scream Review mail, I got a really interesting new film from David Spaltro, and this one caught my eye for its all female cast and spirit based plot line. I was really excited for this one, to see how it would unfold. Check out the teaser here: Directed by David Spaltro Starring Lynn... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, sorry this one is so late. I've been here there and everywhere with a little bit of everything lately. But as TSR is gradually getting back on track, I'll be posting a few more reviews. I had wanted to see Starry Eyes since I caught sight of the first trailer, really. It shed... Continue Reading →
I'd really been looking forward to watching Horsehead for a while now, and after watching the trailer I can fully say that it doesn't compare to what you'll be in store for if you watch this. Directed by Romain Basset Starring Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux, Catriona MacColl, Murray Head, Gala Besson, Fu'ad Aït Aattou, Vernon Dobtcheff and Phillippe Nahon Check out the trailer here:... Continue Reading →
After really anticipating it for a long time, I got the chance to see Till Kleinert's genre debut The Samurai. I really was not disappointed. I'm really excited to be giving the movie a review, as I think it's definitely a movie you should see and visualise yourself because it's truly something unique and fantastic.... Continue Reading →
I posted a little about Odessa a few weeks ago, but now I'm back to review the short film. There's a lot to know about this movie, but I'm not going to give too much away, as I feel you really need to see it and take it in for yourselves. Here's a little about... Continue Reading →
Défago is very talented in creating these three dimension audio-scapes that explore different nightmare scenarios in captivating and enticing ways. The whole album felt as if it was telling me a story and the way each tracked flowed into one another really complimented that narrative.