Movie Reviews

Create Or Die Review

I feel like I need to get over my mental block against documentaries sometime. When I think of documentaries, I typically don’t think of something I’d like to watch. I mentally picture a bunch...

Hundreds Of Beavers Review

Hundreds of Beavers is excited to announce their North American theatrical rollout. The film, which was lensed in Wisconsin and Michigan over a period of four years, will begin screenings with a Great Lakes...

Here For Blood Review

A gory throwback to video store staples of the ’80s and ’90s, SCREAMBOX Original wrestling-fueled horror-comedy Here for Blood will invade select theaters, digital, and SCREAMBOX on February 9. The last time I saw...

Trunk (2024) Review

Outside the Club is excited to announce the global release of their last feature, Marc Schie├čer’s pulsing thriller Trunk, as an Original feature on Prime Video. Trunk will debut January 26, 2024 on Prime...

Project Dorothy Review

Project Dorothy debuts on Cable and Digital VOD January 16, 2024, including Prime Video, Vudu, Vubiquity, Cox, and Comcast. Project Dorothy was directed by George Henry Horton (Dreadspace, Dark Obsession), from a script by...

Underground Review

SCREAMBOX exclusive Underground streams on January 9. Inspired by true events, the found footage nightmare finds a bachelorette party trapped in a World War II bunker complex. Found Footage movie! Boy, that’s a divisive...

The Sacrifice Game Review

Sometimes it’s harder to figure out when a movie actually released than it should be. When I’m looking at a movie and trying to figure out what year it came out in, especially as...

The Holdovers Review

The Holdovers is exactly the kind of movie I typically greatly enjoy. A low-stakes, grounded, comedy-drama about interpersonal relationships. And it’s distributed by Focus Features! Even better! I should have already had my mind...

SantaStein Review

SCREAMBOX Exclusive Santastein comes alive on December 19. The festive twist on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein delivers Christmas cheer and slasher fear in equal measure. You know a trope I have always hated because it...