The Lights Are On, But Is Anybody Home?: House & House II on Arrow/MVD

By Jeremy Carr. The 1980s was a pivotal period for horror films. As low-budget “Video Nasty” provocations steadily faded from America’s grindhouse screens, the down and dirty days of the 1970s were getting displaced by family-friendly creature features and box office-busting franchises. Though there had been historical antecedents for decades, […]

A Brief Review of Alien: Covenant

By Vanessa Crispin. Since the release of Alien: Covenant, reviews have been of a mixed variety, some praising it for paying homage to the original, while others dismiss it as Ridley Scott’s possibly last foray into directing. And it is true, the latest film in the franchise is a mixed […]