This week, good taste and levelheaded filmmaking do not exist at the Cine-files, as I take on The Mad Foxes and Lifeforce. The Cine-Files …continue reading Cine-Files: “The Mad Foxes”, “Lifeforce”
I am pulled back into The Cine-Files by the mossy rosary beads of The Exorcist III, and forced to clean the dust off of …continue reading Cine-Files: “The Exorcist 3”, “Night Train to Terror”
This week brings one film that fails to deliver on its frightening potential and one that entertains more than it deserves to. The Cine-Files …continue reading Cine-Files: “Slumber” and “Welcome to the Jungle”
This week, Jamie doesn’t apologize for liking (most of) the Evil Dead remake, and puts on his favorite werewolf mask while discussing Creep and …continue reading Cine-Files: “Evil Dead”, “Creep 1 and 2”
This week we sandblast the grime from our Headless Eyes, get our tickets stamped for the wild ride in Carnage Park, and heap more …continue reading Cine-Files: “Headless Eyes” and More!
Meet Art the Clown for the first time in Damien Leone’s All Hallows’ Eve and check out the near perfect film from Michele Soavi, …continue reading Cine-Files: “All Hallows’ Eve”, “The Church”
This week we check out the satisfyingly twisted anthology Holidays and an underappreciated gem from Dario Argento, The Stendhal Syndrome. The Cine-Files is a …continue reading Cine-Files: “Holidays”, “The Stendhal Syndrome”
Some indie horror films surprise me in the best possible way, while others fail flat; See where we land with Fell and Within the …continue reading Cine-Files: “Fell” and “Within the Darkness”