There are nifty scenes, shots, dialogue palaver and plot elements that true blue film aficionados and film cognoscente will recognize as promising. – Review by Gregg W. Morris
Viewer discretion advised because this film belongs in that increasingly popular subgenre of films made by moviemakers regaled by audiences who salivate over their tasteless and downright disgusting content. PIGLADY is ladled with oodles and oodles of gratuitous nudity, relentless unrealistic ferocity and dosages of Schadenfreude. – Review by By Gregg W. Morris
The Horror Collective has released its North American theatrical and TVOD release of a daredevil LGBTQ horror comedy smothered in layers of cinematic derring-do. Written and directed with considerable aplomb by Wesley Taylor (Smash, The Spongebob Musical, it’s soon to recur on Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building”) and Alex Wyse (Marvel’s IRON FISH, soon to join Broadway’s Good Night, Oscar). It hit theaters nationwide March 31, 2023 and is scheduled for Cable VOD and Digital HD, four days from now: April 7, 2023.
“Someone once described [WITNESS INFECTION] as if John Hughes made a horror film, this is what it would be. And that was a huge compliment to us because, when you watch a John Hughes film, it has all these emotions in it and it has heart, it has drama, it has angst, it has adventure” – Jill-Michele Meleán
By Gregg W. Morris
Because human remains and “the pasquinade teeth of Vito Morelli” were somehow grounded into Tablioni’s famous meat sausage that everyone craves, residents in the California town, if not the state or the rest of the country, are at risk of becoming human shish kabobs and slop-sloppy Joes – and zombies.
By Gregg W. Morris
Q&A with lots of pictures.
The number of times one sees a movie is the best indication of just how good it is. Audiences seeing this movie should be prepared to be looped into an endless experience.
SUPER DARK TIMES starts with the look of a coming of age story in a small town where unpleasant things are on the horizon for the unsuspecting teen characters. One of the best movies of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.