Movie Review: “The Heretics” is a Celebration of Different Shades of Dread

by Jeff Fountainon March 24, 2017
At first glance, you might want to dismiss the whole idea behind ‘The Heretics’ as simply something you’ve seen too many times before. You know, a cult kidnaps a woman to sacrifice her to their god, bad things ensue. However, this movie is much more than that. It is creepy, disgusting with some great scares […]
Christian Serratos as Rosita Espinosa, Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha Williams - The Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 13 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The Walking Dead Review: Agonizing Crawl to the Finish Line in “The Other Side”

by Jeff Fountainon March 19, 2017
After the first eight episodes of the season, which for the most part was a mess, I was really hoping that the writers had something special in store for us when the show came back from its winter break. I didn’t need one of ‘those’ episodes either, where they try and shock us with a […]


The Walking Dead Review: Morgan Pushed to the Brink in “Bury My Here”

by Jeff Fountainon March 13, 2017
While I can appreciate an episode where Morgan is front and center, and make no mistake he does a great job this week, the episode itself had far too many head scratching moments to be able to call it a success. I understand the writers have to get all the pieces in place to prepare […]

The Walking Dead Review: Rick and Michonne Go to the Carnival in “Say Yes”

by Jeff Fountainon March 5, 2017
As much as I’ve enjoyed the slow build up since The Walking Dead has returned, I think they might have pushed that a little too far this week. In “Say Yes” we learn how close Rick and Michonne really are and how they see the future of their group and the upcoming war with the […]


The Walking Dead Review: Death, Cowardice and Pickles in “Hostiles and Calamities”

by Jeff Fountainon February 27, 2017
In the beginning, this had all the trademarks of one of those filler/throwaway episodes TV shows do in between big story arcs and building to the end of the season. However on closer inspection, focusing on Dwight and Eugene in this week’s episode turned out to be a pretty good idea. We got a better […]

Movie Review: Bloodrunners

by Jeff Fountainon February 25, 2017
It must be tough these days trying to make a vampire movie that stands out from the crowd. I mean, the topic of bloodsuckers has been reimagined and rebooted from almost every conceivable angle. With that being said, I am always on the lookout for a different take on the vampire genre and to an […]


The Walking Dead Review: Campy, Trashy Fun in “New Best Friends”

by Jeff Fountainon February 20, 2017
After last week’s long winded mid-season return, it was great to see The Walking Dead embrace some weird and wonderful zombie fun, bring some real emotion and introduce us to group that was very different and strange in more ways than one. “New Best Friends” felt more like the episode we should have had last […]

The Walking Dead Review: Gathering the Troops in “Rock in the Road”

by Jeff Fountainon February 13, 2017
If anything, the writers for The Walking Dead want the viewers to know that yes, there is hope. Hope is wonderful and can be the catalyst for many great things however, I just wish they didn’t feel the need to hit us over the head with it time and time again. Yes, we all understand […]


Movie Review: All Through the House

by Jeff Fountainon December 7, 2016
Even though the horror genre is no stranger to the Christmas season, it has been awhile since a full blooded slasher has come around to carve up more than the Christmas turkey. With no apologies whatsoever, ‘All Through the House’ is gleeful and deranged gore fest, full of blood, inventive kills and a masked Santa […]

Movie Short Review: Dead All Night

by Jeff Fountainon November 24, 2016
A nice shout out to some movies from the 80’s such as ‘Escape from New York’ and ‘The Warriors’, the violent and bloody short film ‘Dead All Night’ is a great reminder of those golden years of filmmaking that were bold, action-packed and funny as well. While they’re might not be a lot of new […]