It seems modern horror has a huge liking to anthology films, a feature film featuring multiple small stories usually connected in theme or a overlapping storyline. Holidays is the latest one to join that niche and even carrying some bigger names with it still manages to fall quite short of what it could of been.
The overall theme for Holidays is each film centers around a different holiday. We start with "Valentine's Day" a decent little story of a younger…
THIS REVIEW DOES CONTAIN MAJOR SPOILERS!
So in the the recent years of the super book film era it has always been very clear that Marvel has ruled that niche. DC Comics never had a huge film that launched them while Marvel constantly pushed them out. Their last attempt in Man Of Steel were met to mixed reviews while I personally thought it wasn’t that good at all. With the huge build up to Batman Vs Superman Dawn Of Justice…
Short films are amazing. With that being said they also leave you wanting more.
This film based off the Portal game series lasts 7 minutes and without saying a single word leaves you completely glued to the movie. It also only has a cast of 4 people in it with the female role being your main point.
I have to say that for this being a independent film the special effects that they use when the Portal Gun is being…
Closing out as the final film for Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival 2015 was a private screening of “The Green Inferno” as the first date of Eli Roth’s Fan Appreciation Tour for the film. Slightly more than a month before wide release a small crowd of less than 200 fans were shown the talked about film that people have been waiting years for.
I should note before the film began Eli Roth and lead actress Lorenza Izzo did come out…