Even horror can take a backseat to the ills of society, and when that perfect storm of all the wrong ingredients comes to pass (they're the right ones, in this case), there will be an incredible shock-wave of terror for the masses to encounter. In Jason Koch's PIG PEN, adolescent infirmity rears its ugly head, and we're all going to have to reap its consequences.
Employing his own son as the lead character, Lucas Koch is a 13-year old
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Opting to start off its presentation with a rather shocking occurrence, CHILD EATER begins with a little girl walking aimlessly down the street, clutching in her hand what once was her eyeball, and when she's approached by an adult asking about her safety, her only utterance is "he hurt me." - YOWZA!!
Talk about a swift kick to the gonads to start your movie off with - and director Erlinger Thoroddsen isn't overly concerned with your safety-level
When a filmmaker decides to mash up a particular blend of genres all under the roof of one movie, all that's left to chance is to chuck it to the wolves (that's us, people) and see if they chew it up or turn their noses in disgust. Enter Ryan Smith's AFTER.
Originally released in 2012, the movie centers around two complete strangers named Ana and Freddy who are riding on a bus, engaging in a bit of staggered conversation (I prefer to
Originally titled LAKE ON FIRE, the freshly crowned CONSPIRACY THEORY attacks the "are they really out there" question (in amazingly hokey fashion, at times), but overall it's somewhat of an entertaining watch for those who can't get enough of the UFO-catching bug.
The tv show that the film centers around is called "Alien Engineers", and their latest jaunt in front of the cameras brings them to the Lake Mead area in ultra-hot Las Vegas,
With the recently-released SyFy Films "ATOMICA" at his back, we here at Killer Reviews were lucky enough to grab a few moments to speak with the star of the film, Dominic Monaghan -we discussed a few topics, so sit on back and enjoy the read!
KR: Can you tell us about the film's premise, as well as a little about your character, Robinson?
DM: Yeah, well I call this film kind of a sci-fi whodunit, and it's based in the not-too-distant