Horror

Review: The Walking Dead 8×05, “The Big Scary U”

Following up an action-packed, yet emotional Ezekiel-focused episode of The Walking Dead last week, we now return to Negan, who hasn’t been seen since the premiere. “The Big Scary U” is not as excitin...

Lou Simon's 3

“3” Review: A Smart, Intense Indie Thriller

3 is the new revenge horror thriller from writer director Lou Simon. The film is about a man and a woman who kidnap the woman’s rapist in order to get him to confess to the crime. The couple is unafra...

‘Get Out’ Thoughts: Guess Who’s Coming To The Golden Globes?

This past February, comedian/actor Jordan Peele made his directorial debut with Get Out. The social thriller was met with mountains of praise from critics and a $253 million worldwide box office total...

Ithaca Fantastik Review: Hagazussa – It’s Art, Man

When I heard that Hagazussa was the director’s thesis film, it felt appropriate to be watching it at Ithaca Fantastik. Here I am back in Ithaca watching student films again! In four parts, Albru...

Review: The Walking Dead 8×04, “Some Guy”

I haven’t shied away from criticizing the flaws of The Walking Dead’s eighth season. For all the hype around adapting the “All Out War” plotline from the comics, the show has delivered tension-free ac...

Ithaca Fantastik Review: Vampyr Vidar – It Certainly Does Suck

Vampyr Vidar is misogynistic, homophobic and rapey. Worse, it mistakes all three things for edgy. Vidar (Thomas Aske Berg) confesses his story to a psychologist (Kim Sonderholm), from when he was a re...

Misery Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray Review

Patrick McCabe reviews Misery on Blu-Ray

Review: The Walking Dead 8×03, “Monsters”

It’s hard to say whether or not I liked “Monsters” any more or less than the season eight premiere of The Walking Dead, but it at least seemed a bit more focused than last week’s episode. We’re still ...

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