Eric Power’s new film, ATTACK OF THE DEMONS, features some amazingly brutal horror animation but is a little too long and drawn out.
Month: October 2020
Lockdown 2020 Review: The Wolf of Snow Hollow
THE WOLF OF SNOW HOLLOW is a fun monster tale that’s part Coen brothers humor and part classic werewolf film.
Short Film Review: Marie
Sam Abbas’s MARIE is a strenuous and uncomfortable look at a woman going into labor before a planned home childbirth.
Netflix Original Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7
Aaron Sorkin’s new film, THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7, is a riveting courtroom drama with a great ensemble cast and relevant story.
Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror Part 3 (#21-31)
This Halloween, we’re doing something special with mini reviews every single day for the month of October in Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror!
Lockdown 2020 Review: Alone
John Hyams’ newest film, ALONE, is a realistic and suspenseful thriller that shows the ugliness of humanity inside the beauty of nature.
Short Film Review: Exeter at Midnight
EXETER AT MIDNIGHT, a collaborative effort from Christopher Di Nunzio and Kris Salvi, is another ambiguously fascinating film from the duo.
Indie Film Review: By Night’s End
Walker Whited’s debut feature, BY NIGHT’S END, is often maddeningly illogical but still ends up being an engaging crime/thriller.
Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror Part 2 (#11-20)
*Part 2!* This Halloween, we’re doing something special with mini reviews every single day for the month of October in Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror!
Short Film Review: Private
Steve Blackwood’s virtual play, PRIVATE, tells a compelling story while displaying Blackwood’s drive to create in our pandemic stricken world.