Felicia’s Reviews: Green Room (2016)

Green Room is by far one of the best films of 2016, and you probably have never seen or even heard about it…yet.  The film starts off with an indie punk band called the Ain’t Rights which includes bassist Pat (a superb Anton Yelchin), singer Tiger (Callum Turner), guitarist Sam (Alia Shawkat) and drummer Reece (Joe Cole). After accepting a … Keep Reading…

Felicia Mancini Interviews Author & Horror Icon, Barbie Wilde

Horror icon Barbie Wilde may be best known as the Female Cenobite in Clive Barker’s classic cult film Hellbound: Hellraiser II but this Canadian born multi-dimensional artist has performed in cabaret in Bangkok, Thailand, robotically danced in the Bollywood blockbuster, Janbazz, played a vicious mugger in the vigilante thriller Death Wish 3 and appeared as a drummer for an electronica … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Reviews: Krampus (2015)

Inspired by ancient European folklore, the titular villain in Krampus is a humongous horned monster who torments naughty children and anyone else in its path who forsakes holiday traditions. Interesting concept… The film itself features a dysfunctional family’s festive antics, and the young boy Max (Emjay Anthony) who loses faith in the holidays, and this loss of innocence is the … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Reviews: The Green Inferno

Privileged New York college student Justine (Lorenza Izzo) finds herself seeking social media driven activism on her campus after meeting student activist Alejandro (Ariel Levy). While on a hunger strike on behalf of underpaid janitors, Justine joins the extremely obnoxious fellow activist on his next uninformed project, which is to save the Amazon. Original right? Well think of your own … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Reviews: The Visit (2015)

The Visit marks writer-director M.Night Shyamalan‘s return to the big screen with a genuinely good movie. This is after being responsible for some of the most wretchedly lacklustre big screen attempts in recent memory; After Earth, The Happening and The Last Airbender to name just a few. This film however packs a punch and perfectly walks the line between being deliciously horrifying and … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Reviews: Goodnight Mommy (2014)

As the film opens, we find 9 year old twin brothers Elias and Lukas residing in the isolated but picturesque Austrian countryside with their nameless mother (Susanne Wuest) who is recovering from plastic surgery. Despite their seemingly peaceful and idyllic life, the boys quickly begin to suspect that the scary, bandaged woman in their home is someone…or something other than … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Review: The Gallows (2015)

Over 20 years ago in a small town there was a high school play that left one student for dead on stage in front of a horrified audience. Now on the anniversary of the tragedy a new batch of students resurrect that very same play and perhaps something more sinister. Directed by Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing this is yet … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Review: Insidious 3 (2015)

Insidious 3 starts with teenager Quinn Brenner (Stefanie Scott) seeking out the help from psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) in attempts to communicate with her recently deceased mother. Quinn is faced with rejection from the gifted but recently retired psychic. It is simply too hard to use her abilities and she can no longer simply contact the after life but … Keep Reading…

Horror News: Remake of Stephen King’s ‘It’ Loses Director

On Monday May 25th, Stephen King confirmed that New Line’s remake of his 1986 novel “It” has been axed just a few weeks before filming was scheduled to begin. The two-part adaptation was scheduled to begin shooting next month by filmmaker Cary Fukunaga however he has left the project. The 37-year-old ‘True Detective’ director penned the screenplay along with Chase … Keep Reading…

Felicia’s Review: Unfriended (2014)

Unfriended is the latest studio release looking to bank off the most recent wave of hand held footage films, but as a twist, this time the villainous murderer is a social media stalking, screen name killer. Right… Back in my day killers weren’t just screen names! They were masked mad men running through cornfields with chainsaws, lunatics who terrorized teens … Keep Reading…

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