Author: Keith Breese

The Burrowers

The Burrowers

Though it's been compared to the 1987 creature feature cum comedy flick Tremors, J. T. Petty's The Burrowers is a subtler, creepier effort that is rewarding both as a horror film and a period piece.Ostensibly...

Movie Review posted on 23rd April 2009

Rise: Blood Hunter

Rise: Blood Hunter

I suppose, if anything, the fact that there is a new vampire flick out every month suggests that vampires -- in their black leather incarnation -- have become cinema mainstays. It's like Christmas music in...

Movie Review posted on 13th October 2007

Bobby Z

Bobby Z

If there's one thing you learn from movies, it's that you should never -- under any circumstances -- expect that working for the Man (DEA, CIA, FBI, any of them really) is going to be...

Movie Review posted on 5th September 2007

Pathfinder

Pathfinder

The idea that Vikings arrived in America long before Christopher Columbus is a fascinating one. It's easy to envision these bearded warriors, hunkered down in their longboats, stumbling sick and exhausted onto North American shores...

Movie Review posted on 17th April 2007

Hundra

Hundra

Filmed back-to-back with the better known -- and better titled -- Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold, Hundra is a recursive adventure tale in the Conan mold with a quasi-feminist take on the whole...

Movie Review posted on 6th March 2007

The God Who Wasn't There

The God Who Wasn't There

One could hardly think of a topic more likely to get people pissed off than questioning the very existence of Christ. I mean, you can bash Bush, you can harp on capitalism and you can...

Movie Review posted on 15th January 2007

Get Rich or Die Tryin'

Get Rich or Die Tryin'

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's meteoric rise to superstardom has been attributed to many different things; one could name check Eminem or Dr. Dre or point to changing hip-hop tastes. But 50 Cent's monopoly on rap...

Movie Review posted on 15th January 2007

Sigaw

Sigaw

Asian horror's recent surge in popularity is indicative of, if anything, ignorance towards world cinema. Truth is, these "ghost movies" have been a fixture of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Filipino, and Indonesian cinema for decades,...

Movie Review posted on 15th January 2007

Primeval

Primeval

If there was ever a film that was so awful it practically begged for the resurrection of the cult TV show Mystery Science Theatre 3000 (or MST3K), where geeks made fun of films while watching...

Movie Review posted on 13th January 2007

Brazil

Brazil

Sam Lowry (Jonathan Pryce) is a civil servant Dilbert at the Ministry of Information. He's a low level office grunt typing his way through a lifetime of meaningless papers in a retro-future totalitarian state. His...

Movie Review posted on 4th January 2007

Benny's Video

Benny's Video

It's long been a staple of psychological profiling and often debated furiously, but the assumption that violent movies actually make people violent has some merit. How could it not, to some degree? I can remember...

Movie Review posted on 23rd November 2006

Dust Devil

Dust Devil

When Richard Stanley appeared in 1990 with his first film, the cyberpunk splatter flick Hardware, the buzz was hot. While Hardware was surprisingly successful, it wasn't a great film. But it did have a unique...

Movie Review posted on 23rd November 2006

Silent Hill

Silent Hill

I have not played the video game upon which this film is based, and I assume that that's not a prerequisite. If the game is anywhere as creepy and odd as this movie, perhaps I...

Movie Review posted on 23rd April 2006

Slither

Slither

The word itself, lolling off the tongue as it does, conjures up images of those slick, slimy denizens of swamps, sewers and sloughs. And writer/director James Gunn (2004's Dawn of the Dead) couldn't have picked...

Movie Review posted on 2nd April 2006

The Count of Monte Cristo (1998)

The Count of Monte Cristo (1998)

The often filmed Count of Monte Cristo is a filmmaker's dream come true. The plot is elegant, the characters beautiful. It would take a lot to screw up a film version of the story.While Kevin...

Movie Review posted on 5th January 2006

Creep

Creep

I suppose a better title would have been Geek.This is a prime example of what is common referred to as a geek show. In the olden days, that meant that carnival goers were ushered into...

Movie Review posted on 21st December 2005

The Fog (2005)

The Fog (2005)

It should be an unwritten rule of moviegoing: if it's not reviewed in the papers (or here) by Friday you shouldn't see it. Studios know when they have critical duds on their hands. They know...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Suspiria

Suspiria

"Suzy Banyon decided to perfect her ballet studies in the most famous school of dance in Europe. She chose the celebrated Academy of Freiburg. One day at 9:00 in the morning she left Kennedy Airport...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Blueberry

Blueberry

Moebius, aka Jean Giraud, is best known as the artist who revolutionized Continental comic books in the 1960s and 1970s. His work, highly stylized and fittingly surreal, is synonymous with science fiction illustration and the...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Sinbad of the Seven Seas

Sinbad of the Seven Seas

I don't know why I subject myself to these movies. Sure, there's the camp factor, the kitsch taste, the party jokes, the nostalgia, but in the end I'm not sure it's worth wasting brain cells...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Battle Of The Bulge

Battle Of The Bulge

This is the kind of a film around which rumors of a 212-minute print swirl, on the net, in chat rooms, and message boards. Only films that have garnered either cult or classic appeal can...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Le Dernier Combat

Le Dernier Combat

In the wake of 1982's post-apocalyptic powerhouse The Road Warrior (Mad Max 2) theaters were glutted with cheap imitations. Anyone with access to a desert, some leather, beaten up cars and a few prop guns...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Freaked

Freaked

Most stars spend the millions (or hundreds of thousands) they make on big budget films buying up real estate, new cars, fancy trophy spouses, designer luggage, and small, rodent-like dogs that don't really qualify as...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

The Warriors

The Warriors

There are certain films that by some unforeseen circumstance tap into a generation, a culture, a time, perfectly. The Warriors is just such a film. It is by no means a perfect movie. It is...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

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