Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #1 “Don’t Look Now”

Welcome to the first day of our Fifth Annual Macabre Month of Horror presented by the team at Brickwall Pictures. Today’s review is for Nicholas Roeg’s 1973  ‘Don’t Look Now’ starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. A married couple grieving the recent death of their young daughter are in Venice when they encounter two elderly sisters, one…

Short Experimental Horror Film “Schlaflahmung” wins Spirit of the Festival Award

This was definitely the biggest thing to happen to this small production company in 2016!! Our favorite writer/director, Sam Kench of Brickwall Pictures (a.k.a. my son) wrote, directed, shot and edited the short, experimental, black and white, horror film ‘Schlaflahmung‘, which first showed publicly at the Coolidge Corner Theatre’s Open Screen – the only open…

Micro-Action Short and Super Funky Pants

By now you’re familiar with the funny, honest and informational movie reviews from Sam Kench and the Brickwall Pictures team, but did you know they also make really quick micro-action shorts semi-regularly to add to the current content on their Youtube channel?  Sam and his team put together a minimal story, with zero budget and…

Christmas Movie Review #5: Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July

Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. For Day #5 Tara Hartnett and Sam Kench review Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July, another weird Rankin Bass Christmas movie where Rudolph and Frosty team up to fight Winterbolt, the evil winter warlock,…

Christmas Week Movie Review #3: The Year Without a Santa Claus

Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. At the North Pole, the Christmas rush is on. Everyone from elves to the reindeer are merrily preparing for Santa Claus’s yearly visit. Everyone except Santa! Feeling forgotten by the children of the world, old St….

Christmas Week Movie Review #2: Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. Where does Santa’s suit come from? Why does he slide down the chimney? Why does he live at the North Pole? The answers to all these questions and the origins of our favorite holiday…

Christmas Week Movie Review #1: Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. This movie by far Green Carbon 2112’s favorite Christmas movie. Who among us does not know all the words to the Heat Miser / Freeze Miser song or feel like we belong on that…

Hacksaw Ridge: A story of integrity, redemption, and heroism

Redemption At Hacksaw Ridge: The Gripping True Story That Inspired The Movie  is a page-turner that will keep you riveted to your seat while you discover how Desmond Doss became the first conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor. This dramatic true story of integrity, redemption, and heroism inspires trust, courage, commitment, dedication, and…

Shadow of the Vampire (2000) Review – Willem Dafoe really sucks

Sam Kench and James Lown conclude their Nosferatu triple feature with Shadow of the Vampire starring John Malkovich, Willem Dafoe, Cary Elwes, and Eddie Izzard. Day Seven: Shadow of the Vampire (2000) Review (Macabre Month of Horror 2016) Subscribe to the Brickwall Pictures Youtube channel and CLICK HERE to follow along with our Macabre Month of Horror playlist….

Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) Review – Day Five – Macabre Month of Horror 2016

Sam Kench and James Lown review Nosferatu as part of the 2016 Macabre Month of Horror.  Also the first of three consecutive Nosferatu movie reviews. Day Six: ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’ (1979) Review (Macabre Month of Horror 2016)’ Subscribe to the Brickwall Pictures Youtube channel and CLICK HERE to follow along with our Macabre Month of Horror playlist….

Nosferatu the Vampyre – There is definitely no sparkling going on here

Sam Kench and James Lown review Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre starring Klaus Kinski. Nosferatu triple feature. Day Six: ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’ (1979) Review (Macabre Month of Horror 2016)’ Subscribe to the Brickwall Pictures Youtube channel and CLICK HERE to follow along with our Macabre Month of Horror playlist. Please keep in mind these are Horror Movies…

Vagina Teeth – ’nuff said

For day four of our 5th Annual Macabre Month of Horror Tara Hartnett and Sam Kench review teeth and discuss the mechanics and morals of vagina dentate dick biting. Day Four: ‘Teeth’ Subscribe to the Brickwall Pictures Youtube channel and CLICK HERE to follow along with our Macabre Month of Horror playlist. Please keep in mind these…