Escape From Tomorrow (2013)

Escape From Tomorrow is made interesting by the very way that it was shot. Escape from Tomorrow is a feature length film shot almost entirely in Disney World/Land without permission from Disney.  Just the fact that they were able to make this is a crazy thought, even more so that it has received such a wide…

Movie Recommendation of the Week #9

The premise of Point Blank isn’t anything terribly original. A man’s wife gets kidnapped and now he’s trying to get her back. While the film isn’t wholly inventive, it is executed well. Be aware that this is more of a soft recommendation than usual. Point blank isn’t great or even very memorable, but it is…

Movie Recommendation of the Week #8

By Sam Kench Clue is our movie recommendation for this week. Yes this is a movie based off of the board game Clue. You wouldn’t expect a movie based on a board game to be any good, but this movie is surprisingly fantastic. Perfect Comedy – This is honestly one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen….

Valentine’s Day special

By Sam Kench This is a dark and surreal drama called “Rose-Tinted” for Valentine’s Day Please give it a watch and leave some feedback Mulholland Drive came with an interesting little sheet called David Lynch’s seven keys to unlocking this feature. I figured I’d do a similar thing since this short is very weird. These…

Movie Recommendation of the Week #6

Assault on Precinct 13 For some reason a lot of people seem to think that Halloween was John Carpenter’s first movie. It was actually his 3rd feature length film and it wasn’t even his first great film. Assault on Precinct 13 was John Carpenter’s 2nd feature film and it came out in 1976, two years…

Homeland Season 2 review

By Sam Kench CLICK HERE to read my review of Season 1 first. So I just went through Season 2 of “Homeland“. Very quickly I might add. I watched the entirety of season 2 in just a few days. This show really got me hooked. Homeland quickly became one of my favorite shows after the…

“Crooked Letter Crooked Letter” by Tom Franklin

From the first paragraph of “Crooked Letter Crooked Letter”, Tom Franklin had me hooked. I was so captured by the characters in his novel I didn’t want to put it down. At the same time, I didn’t want it to end, and I put it aside a few times to make it last longer. When you…

Scavenging trailer

Check out this trailer for my upcoming series: Scavenging is a post-apocalyptic show starring Adam Cassie and Andrew Fortier and was written and directed by myself. The first episode will be released on the Brickwall Productions youtube page: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpp5qug5n5UuhHyXd782sQg?feature=watch Subscribe to the channel to be notified when the first episode is released in the near future.

Macabre Month of Horror 2013 movie review #11’Session 9′ (2001)

“Session 9” is directed by Brad Anderson, the same guy who made the Machinist. I accidentally happened to watch both these movies in the same night before I knew who Brad Anderson was. “Session 9” is about a group of asbestos removers who are doing their thing in an insane asylum. The movie was shot in…

Macabre Month of Horror 2013 movie review #10 ‘The Ward’

“The Ward“ AKA the most disappointing movie I’ve ever seen. John Carpenter was one of the top tier masters of horror. His first movie in 9 years was “The Ward”. Wow a movie so good that a master of horror comes out of retirement to make. I wish that were the case. THIS IS NOT…

Vacancy (2007) – Macabre Month of Halloween Horror 2013 #4

MACABRE MONTH OF HORROR #4 I wasn’t expecting much going into “Vacancy“. I figured it would just be your run of the mill “gorror” film. My interest was officially peaked when I spied a particular line in the description for the movie. “A suspenseful, classic thriller, in the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock“. A horror movie…