Last weekend I sat down with James Christopher to ask him a few questions about his film festival, the Austin Revolution Film Festival. I was put in contact with him through my pals over at Gothic Films, an independent film… Continue Reading →
I’ve been utterly disgusted by the perpetual and baffling stagnation of the film industry. With a list of remakes and reboots announced, including iconic titles like Friday the 13th, Halloween and Child’s Play, just to name a few, cautious optimism is hard to… Continue Reading →
Keeper of the Tesseract and burdened with glorious purpose, I am Joe Wiewiora, of Orlando, FL. Writer, reader, artist, cinephile — I hope to share my love of comics and comic book movies with my fellow aficionados.
There are a lot of different ways storytellers resolve their plot lines. Specifically with limited series or movies, the writer or director implements an underlying theme throughout that is meant to leave a certain impression on the viewer. Full-fledged television… Continue Reading →
There’s something great about watching B-movies. Expectations aren’t very high and the fact that trailers and TV spots aren’t spoiling plot points gives the viewer a different movie experience. For the Troma horror-comedy, Chubbies, that experience is over the top… Continue Reading →
With a title like that, how can you not read this riveting post? Welcome back to another Troma film review from #hauntlife.
Independent films have become much more abundant than they used to be. Production equipment today is easier to come by because of its affordability. Before, getting ahold of a film camera and the celluloid to record onto took not only… Continue Reading →
The independent horror film genre has had an enthusing history in American cinematic culture. Though only a couple of horror classics have made it into the highest-grossing indie films list, they have consistently cost less to make than low-budget films… Continue Reading →