An engaging anime short film from gifted illustrator loundraw produced by his new studio, Summer Ghost hints at greatness in the future.
Author: Christopher Zabel
Christopher Zabel has moderated the AVSForum's Picture Quality Tiers for the last decade. A videophile with a real passion for genre films and quality filmmaking, personal favorites include everything from Fight Club to 2001: A Space Odyssey. A firm believer in physical media, his ever-growing film collection has begun threatening the space-time continuum with its enormous mass.
A dry, haggard documentary, You Can't Kill Meme takes a potentially fun topic about Internet memes and runs off the rails.
An absorbing, introspective peek into Nick Cave's life and creative process by the man himself, staged more as high-flying performance art than your standard music documentary.
Jeff Lieberman's cult gem Satan's Little Helper is an off-kilter horror film with deliciously wicked taste.
Sinister witches dish out chilling frights in Two Witches, this oddly conjoined indie film of two vastly different stories.
Masashi Ando's The Deer King shows his Studio Ghibli influences but falls far short of the legendary animation house's standards.
Esther returns in this tightly scripted prequel, Orphan: First Kills, which brings Isabelle Fuhrman back.
Trashy VHS zombie madness, The Necro Files sticks out for ludicrous "special" effects and its horny zombie motif.
Bizarro arrives on the scene as Superman & Lois soars in this imaginative second season.
Creepy and haunting, Post Mortem is a well-done atmospheric ghost chiller from Europe set during World War I.
An engaging documentary delving into the professional and personal life of Hollywood cinematographer Donald M. Morgan.
A box office flop starring a young Brad Pitt and a sultry Kim Basinger, the Roger Rabbit-inspired Cool World mixes animation and live-action for an interesting failure.