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….

Up In the Air (2009) Review

Ryan Bingham is a corporate downsizing expert with a job traveling around the country firing people. Ryan, played by George Clooney, enjoys living out of a suitcase, but finds that lifestyle threatened when he meets the frequent-traveler woman of his dreams WATCH THE REVIEW Sam Kench reviews the 2009 Jason Reitman film Up In the Air…

Turbo Kid (2015) Review

Sam Kench reviews the 2015 post apocalyptic 80’s throwback Turbo Kid written and directed by François Simard, Anouk Whissell , and Yoann-Karl Whissell, and starring Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, Aaron Jeffrey, and Michael Ironside.     If you think Turbo Kid looks like your cup of tea you can find it on Amazon right here

The Lobster (2015) Review

Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the 2015 dystopian absurdist drama The Lobster directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, written by Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou, and starring Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Olivia Colman and John C. Reilly. If you think The Lobster looks interesting you can click here to check it out on Amazon

Beasts of No Nation (2015) Review

Sam Kench reviews the 2015 Netflix original film “Beasts of No Nation” starring Abraham Attah and Idris Elba and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga Review on Youtube

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

By Sam Kench, who watched “Birdman” at Red River Theatres in Concord, NH “Birdman” is a dramedy starring Michael Keaton, Edward Norton, Emma Stone, and Zach Galifianakis among others. Michael Keaton plays Riggan Thompson an actor known for a superhero role from his past (not unlike Keaton himself) who is now trying to regain relevance…

Macabre Month of Horror: Review #14 “Manhunt” (Video game)

Welcome to the 14th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is on the “Manhunt” video game. Description from the Manufacturer They just killed Cash. Now, they want to kill him again. America is full of run down, broken rust-belt towns where nobody cares and anything goes. In Manhunt‘s Carcer City, nothing matters…

Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #7 “The Orphanage”

Welcome to the 7th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is on the movie “The Orphanage“. “The Orphanage“ tells the story of Laura, a woman who has moved back with her husband and adopted son into the orphanage in which she grew up. They plan on starting a home for disabled children, but…

Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #6 “Phantasm”

Welcome to the 6th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is a Jumping Off Point Review on the movie “Phantasm” Please keep in mind these are Horror Movies and the video reviews contain content from the films that may not be appropriate for younger viewers, or those with a weak constitution for…

Movie Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

By Sam Kench “The Wolf of Wall Street” is the latest film to come from master director Martin Scorsese. One of the best American film makers of all time, Scorsese (Fun fact: is on a list of only 50 people banned from Tibet) has delivered some of the best movies ever made, including classics such…

Movie Recommend of the Week #10 – ‘The Sting’

“Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid“ starred Paul Newman and Robert Redford and was directed by George Roy Hill.  “The Sting” sees these men teaming up for another movie that is an absolute classic. “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” is a masterpiece of film and I would highly recommend it as well, the reason…