EIFF Review: The Rest of the World

June 25, 2012 Laura Witz 0

Having started the film festival with the resounding smack in the face that was Killer Joe, I was happy to return to much more familiar territory with a lovely, sad foreign film.


Chernobyl Diaries: Reviewed

June 24, 2012 Jac Thurmond 1

If you’re a fan of the most mediocre of horror movies, have we got a film for you this week. Chernobyl Diaries, the latest from the guy who did the middle of the road masterpiece Paranormal


Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter: Reviewed

June 20, 2012 Jac Thurmond 2

(To everyone who’s joining us: yes, this review spoils some pretty big plot points) So, what are my feelings on Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter? I’ll tell you my first gut reaction when the credits started


Red Lights: Reviewed

June 16, 2012 Jac Thurmond 1

Confession time: I can’t get enough of the whole paranormal investigation genre. I grew up on the X Files and old episodes of Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World, and I totally may have spent a


Snow White & the Huntsman: Reviewed

June 4, 2012 Jac Thurmond 0

So, if you’ve been following the latest wave in movie merchandise tie-ins, you’d know that apparently this Snow White and the Huntsman movie has been positioned by Universal Pictures to be a major event in