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  • Upgrade


    Leigh Whannell‘s Upgrade is a high-octane depiction of futuristic violence and revenge. Equal parts body horror and neo-noir, Upgrade is the story of a man seeking revenge for the death of his wife.

    Despite continued danger, we dive deeper into a criminal underground that exposes a larger network of equally equipped mercenaries. But like all obsessively driven heroes, he begins to lose control of the man he once was. And for a man so concerned with holding on to what…

  • Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

    Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

    It’s worth mentioning up top that the Puppet Master franchise has always been bit of a blind spot for me. Before last Friday, I had only seen the first film and most of what I remember involved psychics “enjoying” visions of sexy happenings from the past before getting slugged.

    Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich acts as a reboot to Charles Band’s infamous franchise, perfectly suited for livelong fans and newcomers. It is a rowdy, crowd-pleasing bloodbath. A film that is wholly unapologetic for it’s depraved sense of humor and creative, merciless slaughter.

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  • Lowlife



    LOWLIFE is a Highlight for Genre Film

    Lowlife is a home-spun tale of honor, legacy, and black market organ transplants. An intricate juggling act of intersecting stories, Ryan Prows feature film debut signals a new, bold voice in genre film making. Practically a love letter to magical realism, Lowlife is the story of an addict, an ex-con, and a luchador whose lives collide at the center of an organ harvesting operation.

    A strong example of character-driven storytelling, Lowlife holds no…

  • Summer of 84

    Summer of 84

    "From the outset of the film, our paperboy protagonist is convinced that the quiet, single police officer at the end of the street has a dark secret. With nothing more to go on than a hunch, he enlists the help of his puberty-possessed pals to follow this man's every step. After a stale investigation provides only a boring routine of jogging, gardening, and television, no one believes that Mr. Mackey could possibly be the Cape May Killer. No one except…