movie review

Cash Out Review

It’s always a pleasant surprise when you see a big-time, successful actor as the star of a new independent film and–after worrying that they may just be in a it for a few minutes...

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...

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...

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 Boy And The Heron Review

Someday, I hope to meet a very specific 4% of professional movie critics. You see, Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away is my go-to movie for why Rotten Tomatoes sometimes baffles my mind. It stands, as...

Dream Scenario Review

I’ve seen two movies this weekend that WEREN’T Godzilla Minus One, and both left me wishing I had seen Godzilla Minus One instead. The first was Silent Night, which I saw on a whim...

Silent Night Review

Merry Christmas, everyone! Let’s talk about a murdered child and how it leads to a blood-soaked rampage. Seventy-seven year old John Woo is back in American theaters! It feels like it’s been forever since...

The Killer Review

I probably need to watch more David Fincher. I was not–to say the least–a fan of Fight Club when I saw it way back in 1999 or 2000. I think I probably missed the...

Night Of The Missing Review

From the producers of The Gallows, SCREAMBOX Exclusive Night of the Missing streams on November 28. The horror anthology features genre favorites Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects) and Jenna Kanell (Terrifier). Anthology movies are...