The homemade aesthetic of no budget indie horror flicks has long had an appeal to me. They have a different flavor from their more polished and conventionally made brethren. I also love seeing my longtime home of Columbus, Ohio, onscreen since it doesn’t happen very often. I’m sure most American …Read More »
Slamdance 2021 Review: Matthew Wade’s ‘A Black Rift Begins To Yawn’ Lovecraftian Horror Never Looked So… Bright?
Synopsis for A Black Rift Begins to Yawn: Through a mysterious circumstance, two former classmates come into possession of their deceased professor’s set of cassette tapes, which possibly contain recordings of strange signals from beyond the stars. As the women dig into the recordings, they begin to feel memories, the …Read More »
Who else is tired of the current video game landscape? Does anyone else want to travel back in time for a bit of nostalgic bliss? My time machine is busted, but my memory banks are full, so let’s take a trip backwards and talk about the NES! The original NES, …Read More »
When sitting down with a novel by a new author, I rarely expect little more than a predictable, clichéd-as-hell mishmash of words and situations. Going into The City by S.C. Mendes, I figured it would be read and relegated to the Emergency Toilet Paper pile. Thankfully, Mendes proved me wrong. …Read More »