Hitler Lives! (2017)

Hitler didn't die, but after World War II he was taken to Antarctica. However, plans fell apart and now his decaying zombie body is being kept in Adelaide, Australia while Dr. Josef Mengele prepares an alien-infused immortality serum for the Fuhrer. If you haven't stopped been offended or stopped reading this by now, then you're the audience for Hitler Lives! https://vimeo.com/209047791… Continue reading Hitler Lives! (2017)


We've spent plenty of time learning how the Australians and Italians see the end of the world in cinema on this site. But have you ever wondered how the Dutch envision the world post-apocalypse? Wonder no longer -- Molly is here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ONk8ffixmE Our titular heroine (Julia Batelaan) has incredible fighting skills -- owing as much to… Continue reading EVEN MORE FUCKED UP FUTURES: Molly (2017)

Blood Child (2017)

You know what gets me to watch a movie every single time? Based on a true story. Nothing makes me want to watch something more. That's what drew me to Blood Child, which is based on the Malay myth of the Toyol, which are ghost children raised by black magic. https://vimeo.com/214448074 After a devastating miscarriage in Singapore,… Continue reading Blood Child (2017)


A man runs into the night as a woman clad head to toe in body armor gives chase. She has a zombie on a leash that she uses to kill the man. And boom -- I'm in as Dead Shack begins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o32Tj4fIpfs Jason is meeting up with his friend Colin's family -- sister Summer, dad… Continue reading NORTH OF THE BORDER HORROR: Dead Shack (2017)

AMPHIBIAN WEEK: The Shape of Water (2017)

Not many of the movies we cover have won Oscars, much less the Best Picture. But in my eyes, movies like W Is War or Rats: The Night of Terror are entertaining as hell and it doesn't matter to me what the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences think. But hey -- we have an… Continue reading AMPHIBIAN WEEK: The Shape of Water (2017)

Coco (2017)

We've been watching so many animated movies lately. And the truth is, so many of them blow away real movies. This movie wrecked us. It's one of the most emotional journeys I've seen in some time and that's no exaggeration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlnPHQ3TLX8 Based on an original idea by Lee Unkrich (who directed Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo) and co-directed by… Continue reading Coco (2017)