Review – Juan of the Dead (2010)

A Zombie Revolution!

The best zombie comedy flick I’ve seen this year was by far and hilariously ‘Juan of the Dead’ (2010). Set in Havana, Cuba, the film follows Juan and his sidekick, Lazaro. Both are lazy and have made a simple life for themselves as thieves.  Violent attack on comrades breaks out in Cuba.  Blaming the attacks […]

Review – ‘Carrie’ (1976)

Can Carrie control herself?

In preparation for the new re-imaging of Carrie (2013), I decided to watched and review the original ‘Carrie’ (1976).  Carrie is a coming of age film. A horrific coming of age film.  Sissy Spacek portrays Carrie White, a teenager, who has been sheltered from the world from her over bearing and religiously zealot mother, Piper […]

Review – ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ (2013)

Jeremy Renner and Pilha Viitala

  The trend for super hero films appears to be passing. We are now seeing fairy tale adaptations being released.  Hansel and Gretel;  Witch Hunters is the newest of such adaptations.  Reminiscent of ‘The Brothers Grimm,’ depicts the life and times of two of our most cherished fairy tale characters as adults. With Abe Lincoln […]

Review – ‘Sinister’ (2012)


  The scariest film of 2012 by far, had me screaming.  There are few films that leave a disturbing impression after watching them. Few films bring  on nightmares after watching them. Sinister is terrifying.  Writer and Director, Scott Derrickson delves into the consequences when one searches the answers of mysteries one is not ready to […]

Review – ‘V/H/S’ (2012)

Helen Rodgers and Daniel Kaufman in “The Sick Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Younger” in V/H/S

I had been waiting for a long time to get to watch V/H/S.  In August, it finally came out  on  OnDemand and I was able to get the blu-ray in January and a week later it was released on Netflix. So I now have it in overkill. The film is suspenseful and has it scares. […]

Trailer – V/H/S (2012)

'This Collection is Killer."

  As summer slowly starts to drawn to an end, horror films start their rampage beginning in August.  I have been waiting for this paranormal thriller for about a year and I’m still some what excited to see it come out in August. Synopsis: When a group of petty criminals is hired by a mysterious […]

Trailer – 7500 (2012)

Acclaimed Japanese director Takahi Shimizu returns to US theaters August 2012, with his new paranormal flick 7500.  The director is well known for the Japanese horror franchise of Juon or The Grudge , and director the American sequel, The Grudge 2. The film is only described as, “7500 concerns a group of passengers who encounter […]

April 28, 2012 – Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles by Jon Foy & Fantastic Planet by René Laloux

Join The @Cinemapede’s film club with a screening of Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles by Jon Foy & Fantastic Planet by René Laloux. Saturday, April 28, 2012 Time – 7:00pm until 12:00pm           Resurrect Dead Trailer from Resurrect Dead on Vimeo. Fantastic Planet

March 24, 2012 – Alien (1979) – by Ridley Scott

Join The @Cinemapede’s film club with a screening of the classic science fiction horror film “Alien” Saturday, March 24, 2012 Time – 7:00pm until 10:00pm  

Ridley Soctt’s ‘Prometheus’ (2012)

  I have eagerly been awaiting the prequel to the Alien mythos since I first heard about it. June 2012 is the official release date and it seems forever away. Ridley Scott, director of ‘Alien’ returns to direct ‘Prometheus.’ Although, not a direct prequel to ‘Alien,’ the film touches on the story of the original […]