Movie Interviews and Reviews

Die Die Delta Pi

4/25/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

The movie starts out in the 80's when someone is picking off college students one by one. But when a sorority initiation goes horribly awry, decades later at the same college and same sorority, someone recommences the killings once again.

Hush

4/20/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Maddie is a withdrawn deaf/mute writer who is stays in a secluded home to write her novel; she has a friendly neighbor and a cat she calls "Bitch", only she seems to have a bad case of writer's block. Her night becomes direly ruined when a psychotic killer is hunting her. Now, the reason why I lead with the fact that this character is deaf and mute is because I want you to realize how massively important sound (and lack there of) is to the story.

Hardcore Henry

4/18/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Every so often a filmmaker or artist will come and change the way people see movies, or experience art in general. A few years ago, filmmaker Ilya Naishuller started an Indiegogo Campaign for post production funds for a feature length spectacle, which would include the whole thing being shown in first person perspective, that would be unlike any other seen before!

Paddy Murphy Films

4/11/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

In the world of Independent Films, Paddy Murphy is a name to be reckoned with! Even if you yourself have not heard of him, guaranteed you know someone who knows somebody who knows somebody else who knows the name and is familiar with his work.

Steve Jobs

4/4/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

It is said that Andy Hertzfeld, the man who worked with Steve Jobs for many years, said to writer Aaron Sorkin when shown a screening of the film, "None of it happened, and yet it's all true." - That was the overall sense of this Steve Jobs biopic.

Batman V Superman

3/31/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Too much hype will directly cause high expectations and will no doubt kill your experience watching a film. On the other hand, going in to watch a film with your mind already made up as to how you feel about it will also no doubt kill your experience watching it. These two factors I am quite positive is the reason for such mixed responses to Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. However, whether or not people are DC comic book fans, or something else entirely, there's no disputing the hype was there.

Michael David Lynch Q&A

3/30/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

 

I saw this growing trend of amazing strong woman that are breadwinners and I thought it would be fun, to not only put that on display, but show the contrast of these strong woman with a character like Cam that represents the man-child’s of todays society. There’s lots of themes and ideas that I threaded into the DNA of this film. 

Dependent's Day

3/28/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Ask anyone who's involved in a relationship that has a considerable amount of time tacked on to it, to give you one single pearl of wisdom about being in a relationship and I believe they'll all tell you, "It's hard work". This new comedy from writer/director Michael David Lynch explores what happens to one couple's relationship when it's confronted with financial stability and complacency.

10 Cloverfield Lane

3/21/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

he trailer for this film came as quite a shock, to everyone! It so came out of left field that no one was expecting it. And in a very huge way I believe this is how the film became a success. Allow me to elaborate. Typically, the idea is that the more you build hype for a movie, the more butts you'll get in those theater seats. However, I felt the marketing for this film was quite brilliant! The first trailer didn't drop until 2 months before the theatrical release of the film.

Spotlight

3/14/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

As Oscar Sunday has come and gone in the blink of an eye, I think it's safe to say that, for me anyway, the winner of Best Motion Picture came to me as quite a big surprise. Not necessarily a bad surprise! Just a surprise. Now some of you may have seen the film Spotlight so I'm curious as to the thoughts of those of you who watched the Oscars on Spotlight winning!

Fear Haus

3/10/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Firstly I have to say I am a huge fan of Fear Haus! It's a fantastic way to not just bring to light really great Horror Short Films, but to bring new artists to the attention of the masses! So what started your love for the horror genre and when did it start?

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

3/7/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

I remember distinctly back in 2009 walking around in the local bookstore and a particular book entitled, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, catching my eye. At first glance, my initial thought was "Oh good God, what is this?". But after standing there reading the first 5 pages I didn't think it was that bad. On the other hand, I certainly never would have even thought in a million years that it would have ever been made into a movie.

The VVitch

2/23/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

You know the horror film you're about to see will jangle every nerve in your body, literally send waves of shivers up and down your body, and deliver unto thee the goosebumps that your body so unconsciously craves from a horror film when Horror Novelist, Stephen King himself, tweeted that the picture "scared the hell out of" him!\

Healed

2/1/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

A big part of what I love about what I do is getting to see a film come to life on screen! And then there are just some films, whether they be a short or a feature, that just have an impact on you.

The Forest

1/25/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon

Dozens of people who have committed suicide were found every year for many years in Aokigahara Forest, in the northwestern side of Mount Fuji, Japan. In the recent years, that number has been in the hundreds. It's a phenomenon that some people believe to be supernatural in nature.

Anguish

1/18/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Last year a film was written and directed by Sonny Mallhi, who's best known for producing other films like "The Strangers", "Shutter" (Remake), "The Roommate", "House At The End of The Street", "Oldboy" (Remake), and 2014's "At The Devil's Door". Now, granted I had seen all but "At The Devil's Door", but I had enjoyed all of those films that I had seen! None the less, this being his directorial debut, 

The Revenant

1/11/16

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Hey, Question: What do you get when you mix a mega Hollywood star/gifted actor like Leonardo DiCaprio, with visionary filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu, and a period piece story about survival and revenge? Anyone? The Answer: An extraordinary motion picture called The Revenant! I wanted so badly to see this film for a few of reasons. One, because I love Leonardo DiCaprio as an actor. He is one of my favorite actors and he ALWAYS gives strong performances.

The Hateful Eight

1/4/16

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Phillip Wilcox

What I've always, always, always admired about Quentin Tarantino is his complete and total commitment to being a patient storyteller. He is, in my mind, one artist, part of an elite group of filmmakers who actually cares about taking his time to tell a story and flesh out characters. And at the same time, making his motion pictures just out right entertaining to watch! In fact, the way I can describe him is that he is really a writer who just so happens make movies.

Wonderland

12/28/15

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Phillip Wilcox

In the morning of July 1st, in the sweltering summer of 1981, in the Laurel Canyons of Los Angeles, California; at the residence of 8763 Wonderland Avenue, 5 bloody bodies lie. 4 of them brutally bludgeoned to death in a bloody mess. The victims: Billy DeVerell, Joy Miller, Ron Launius, and Barbara Richardson. The 5th victim, Susan Launius, the wife of Ron Launius, was the only sole survivor who miraculously lived through that horrifying attack.

SW: The Force Awakens

12/21/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Without giving a single shred of detailed information away, I will summarize: For those who aren't familiar with the original story - An evil empire is set out to rule the galaxy, and it is common knowledge that while there is and always be good, there is also evil.  So for a long time there was a great battle between Jedi's/The Resistance and The Darkside.

Michael Medaglia

12/16/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

For those in the creative arts, no matter the field or medium, it's a constant, uphill, arduous and internal battle to create something that will consistently speak to people and make them feel something. Sure it has its moments of breezy inspiration; where creativity and art seem to almost effortlessly pour out of one's self.

Deep Dark

12/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

For those in the creative arts, no matter the field or medium, it's a constant, uphill, arduous and internal battle to create something that will consistently speak to people and make them feel something. Sure it has its moments of breezy inspiration; where creativity and art seem to almost effortlessly pour out of one's self.

Love & Mercy

12/14/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

The name Brian Wilson is synonymous with musical creativity in its purest form. When you think of American rock n' roll you think of The Beach Boys via early 1960's. I distinctly remember being turned on to, what's commonly referred to now as the oldies genre of music, at a very young age

THG: Mockingjay

12/8/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

The one of two things that caught my attention was the opening shot. As I'm sure it opened the way it did was because it was a continuation of the previous film. But it was a completely strong opening. Even though it didn't open with any action, which would have been a more preferred decision if left in the hands of a studio exec.

Stir Of Echoes

11/23/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

Stir Of Echoes is one of those films that are painfully underrated, to the point where people may forget it until you actually remind them about it. What's so great about this movie is that you cannot compartmentalize into one singular genre. It has the ability to be a human drama, a horror, a mystery, a psychological as well as a supernatural thriller.

 

 

Paranormal Activity:TGD

11/11/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

It's no surprise that the Paranormal Activity franchise has kept its head above water all this time. It has managed to survive criticism and nay-sayers. That said, much like the plot of this latest book end film to complete the franchise, I will be straight, to the point and pretty darn brief.

 

 

Begotten

11/10/15

Published by:

Shannon McGrew

I've tried to come up with the best way to review "Begotten" and it's been difficult.  "Begotten" is not an easy film to watch nor is it one that is easily understandable.  I had heard about "Begotten" about a year or so ago when I was reading an article about the most disturbing horror movies ever made.  I knew when I read the synopsis of the movie I was going to eventually have to see it, but the problem was it was extremely hard to get.

 

The Hallow

11/4/15

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Shannon McGrew

Once in a blue moon, a horror movie comes along and blows all the other competition out of the water.  To me, that movie was "The Hallow" by director Corin Hardy.  Not many movies can terrify me to the point of not wanting to move but this film certainly rose to the occasion. "The Hallow" tells the story of a family who move to a remote home in Ireland due to the husbands conservationist work.

 

Chomp

11/2/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

 

With this cultural growing epidemic of zombie fandom and obsession, it comes to no surprise that self aware films, such as this one, will appear. And if you're going to tackle such subject matter, you better find the satire in it and approach it in a fun way.

 

Circles

11/2/15

Published by:

Dave Koenig "A Fiend On Film"

 

 

That is what Circle is all about. One day, inexplicably 50 people appear in a large room with red circles on the floor arranged so that all of them are facing forward. One by one, they are zapped by a strange laser ray and killed. 

 

Last Shift

10/28/15

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Shannon McGrew

 

 

Good horror movies are few and far between and sometimes it feels as though you are searching for the diamond in the rough.  I feel as though I have found that diamond after watching "Last Shift" by director Anthony DiBlasi.  

 

Tales of Halloween

10/26/15

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Shannon McGrew

Anthologies for me have always been hit or miss, but the moment I heard about Tales of Halloween I was on board.  How could I not be?  Tales of Halloween was bringing together 10 of the most well known horror directors for one movie!

 

 

Knock Knock

10/26/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

This is what I took away from this horror remake from filmmaker Eli Roth. Unless you're a major film geek you probably had no idea there had even been an original film. But alas, there was. In May, 1977 a low budget horror/thriller entitled "Death Game" was released. It starred Colleen Camp, Sandra Locke, and Seymour Cassel.

 

 

 

Goosebumps

10/23/15

Published by:

James H. Carter II

Having never read a Goosebumps book in my life, I probably have a very interesting take on the 2015 live action “Goosebumps” film, based on the popular 90’s book series.  The film centers around a teenage boy named Zach who just happens to move next door to Goosebumps author R. L. Stine played by Jack Black.

 

 

 

Tales of Halloween

10/22/15

Published by:

Dave K. "A Fiend On Film"

Tales of Halloween (2015) Film Thoughts... Well, it seems like every Halloween season we get a couple of new Halloween themed films though most are forgettable. Ever since Michael Dougherty's Trick R Treat (2008), filmmakers have tried to equal that modern classic.

 

 

 

Crimson Peak

10/21/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

  

 

In the world of the horror movie genre, it's tricky to make horrific images look appealing, or even beautiful. But in contemporary cinema, there's always been one filmmaker who's managed to captivate us, galvanize us, and lure us into the dark with his stunning images. And that man is Mexican filmmaker, Guillermo del Toro!

 

 

 

I Spit On Your Grave 3

10/20/15

Published by:

Dave K. "A Fiend On Film"

  

 

I Spit On Your Grave 3 (2015) Film Thoughts... I am an admitted fan of this modern ISOYG series of films. I'm growing way more and more indifferent to horror film remakes these days, these newer films in this series have a high quality aesthetic that you really cannot ignore. 

 

 

 

All Hallows Eve 2

10/19/15

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Dave K. "A Fiend On Film"

  

 

All Hallows Eve 2 (2015) Film Thoughts... I only recently found out that they were making a sequel to All Hallows Eve. I thought that one was one of the best horror anthologies in years, the clown character they had was uber creepy and unforgettable to say the least. 

 

 

 

Deathgasm

10/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

  

 

Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon" reviews Deathgasm: 

Director Jason Lei Howden has brewed a tasty blend of the Horror genre and Metal music with this fun badass ride that will make you want to throw up your horns! As perfectly stated in the picture, "DEATHGASM - All caps, lowercase is for pussies."

 

 

 

Room

10/10/15

Published by:

James H. Carter II

  

Being claustrophobic, I felt very intrigued to see “Room”, which is an intense drama about Joy, a woman that has been held captive in a garden shed and her 5 year old son Jack who was born in captivity.  My first thought was how could someone cope having to live in such a confined space for so long?

 

 

 

June

10/8/15

Published by:

Dave Koenig "A Fiend On Film"

  

The day finally came and we all went down to buy JUNE like the good little Cooper acolytes that we are. The title character of the story is a 9 year old little girl who has a problem, other than the normal ones most kids face, she is possessed by a supernatural force named Aer.

 

 

 

The Inhabitants

10/8/15

Published by:

Dave Koenig "A Fiend On Film"

  

The Inhabitants (2015) Film Thoughts... I have to be honest while I have heard of the Rasmussen Brothers, I have not seen any of their previous work, even the film they wrote for John Carpenter, The Ward (2010). So I have no previous reference to potentially color my review, which is a good thing at times.

 

 

 

Postpartum

10/7/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

  

Writer/Director Izzy Lee packs this short film with the twists and turns that keep people coming back for more. Phillip brings you a review of postpartum, from the mind that brought you Innsmouth.

 

 

 

Sensoria

10/5/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

From director Christian Hallman comes this superbly rendered ghost story about a woman named Caroline (Lanna Ohlsson) who moves into an apartment in an attempt to move on after her family life tragically fell apart.

 

POD

9/30/15

Published by:

Dave Koenig "A Fiend On Film

 

I know a couple of other reviewers checked this one out and sort of liked it, and for me also knowing one of my favorite modern actresses, Lauren Ashley Carter, was in it, I wanted to see for myself.

 

Headless

9/30/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

This picture is certainly a pastiche of some of the most shocking hardcore horror films of the 70's and 80's. If this had been made by a studio in today's standards and practices, it would be painfully watered down. 

 

Christian Hallman

9/30/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

Christian Hallman has had a very active career so far; Christian produced 10 films to date and has written three. His newest film Sensoria, is hitting screens now as it rocks the horror short world.

 

Black Mass

9/28/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

One could make the argument that Johnny Depp came out with with great movies before hand, and even gave solid performance. And while that may be very well true, many of his most recent flicks were like tables with wobbly legs. Some even missing a leg or two.

 

Zack Parker

9/28/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Zack Parker has credit for producing eight movies and has written six of them. His life long love of film started at a very young age and has progressed to deliver masterpieces like Proxy..

 

Green Inferno

9/25/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Eli Roth has said that this movie was inspired by Occupy Wallstreet, where kids latch on to causes they don't necessarily know much about or care that much about, but mainly support it because it's trendy and because they want to look like they care.

 

Andrew Sensenig

9/24/15

Published by:

Anthony P.

Sony Playstation’s original scripted show, “Powers” has become a smash hit, combining elements of superhero, police procedural, and crime noir storytelling. Here to discuss the many layers of the show is Andrew Sensenig, who plays the character of Triphammer.

 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

9/24/15

Published by:

Anthony P.

It’s not the first of its kind, and it won’t be the last. The action-comedy-spy genre is far from new territory, but The Man From U.N.C.L.E. hits all the right notes, packs all the right surprises, and exceeds expectations of the tried and true espionage comedy—keeping the audience on their toes as it packs a surprise uppercut where they would expect a jabbing cliché

 

Maze Runner:Scorch Trials

9/22/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

As Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and his friends Minho (Ki Hong Lee), Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), Frypan (Dexter Darden), Winston (Alexander Flores) and Teresa (Kaya Scodelario) are taken into sanctuary after their escape from the maze, to a safe haven facility where others like them stay.

 

The Visit

9/22/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

I've always been a big fan of this man's work. And even though in his later work, with such films as The Village or The Happening, may not have sat well with me, I still respected his vision, his knack for storytelling, and how he kept us gripped with suspense and fear.

 

Da Sweet Blood of Jesus

9/17/15

Published by:

Dave Koenig "A Fiend On Film"

I first heard about Spike Lee trying to get money to make this film, a remake of the art horror Ganja and Hess (1973), a couple of years back. I really don't care for the current remake machine that has been going on in recent years, but figured since barely anybody has even seen this film, he might actually pull it off if he keeps to the source material.

 

Izzy Lee

9/17/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Izzy Lee has made a made quite a following for herself after hits such as Legitimate, Picket, and Postpartum. Her newest piece Innsmouth pushes the bounds of sensibility in a shocking twist-laden story.

 

Maze Runner

9/17/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Now, I feel I should forewarn you before you read on. I have never read the book that this film is adapted from. So contrasts and comparisons should not be expected. However I will speak of the film, and share my thoughts and feelings about it. I must be honest, films adapted from Young Adult novels are particularly not my cup of tea.

 

Andy Stewart

9/14/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Andy has written and directed three spectacularly dark and gruesome short films that have the critics captivated. Stewart focuses on the psyche and aims to push the envelope with his upcoming short Remnant, moving away from the blood soaked trauma of Dysmorphia for a more cerebral shock.

 

Proxy

9/14/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Briefly, the story is about a young woman, who is in her 3rd trimester of pregnancy, is physically assaulted in a brutal manner by an unknown assailant. Naturally, after having lost her baby, she falls down a rabbit hole of madness; along with other women she comes into contact with!

 

Megan Emerick

8/30/15

Published by:

Anthony P.

 

With roles in independent horror films such as “The Hospital 2” and “Don’t Look In The Basement 2” as well as an extensive list of credits as a voice actress for anime shows, Megan Emerick reveals what it’s like perform both on and off camera.

 

Innsmouth

8/30/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Innsmouth is about a Detective (played by Diana Porter) investigating a bizarre murder. But her investigation will lead her to a mysterious town called Innsmouth, ran by the devious Alice Marsh (played by the incomparable Tristan Risk). Not to mention Izzy herself has a small part in the film!

TWiB: Angel of Death

8/29/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

In this particular story, it takes place 40 whole years after incidents in the first film, in London smack dab in the middle of WWII. And in the interest and safety of a group of school children, two women take them out of London and to refuge; ironically enough at the Eel Marsh House - Where scary and spooky things begin to happen to, and around, the children.

Taylor Grant

8/29/15

Published by:

Anthony P.

Taylor Grant is a Bram Stoker Award-nominated Author, award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, as well as an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers Association.

His work has been seen on network television, the big screen, the stage, newspapers, comic books, national magazines, anthologies, the Web, and heard on the radio.

The Woman in Black

8/29/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

If you're stuck visualizing Daniel Radcliffe only as Harry Potter, then do not fret. Since his last Harry Potter film, he has put out a small collection of films that certainly break him from that mold he's been so famously attached to. One of them being the Victorian ghostly tale of The Woman In Black.

Anthony Brownrigg

8/29/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon

It's always hard to balance acting and directing yourself. The director says that line isn't working in the big picture, and the actor says "I love saying it, it feels right".  The bigger challenge however is producing and directing.  As the producer says we can't afford that without major headaches, and the director says but we've GOTTA HAVE IT!.

Kingsman: The Secret Service

8/29/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

The plot is quite simple: A secret spy organization recruits a teen (played by Jonno Davies) straight out of a broken home and wants only the best for his mother and baby sibling, but things certainly get in his way, like bullies, an abusive father-like figure that his mother has mistakenly gotten together with, and his repeated run ins with the law.

13/13/13

8/1515

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

 

What can one can expect to see in this film from the twisted mind of indie horror extraordinaire James Cullen Bressack? Uninhibited chaos for all horror fans to appreciate! Trae Ireland plays Jack, an ex-cop out on a camping trip with three of his buddies Quentin, Joe and Trevor

Ant Man

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Well kiddos, it's another smashing hit in the long, long line of these Marvel Universe movies! This time, cat burglar Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), just released from prison only to get arrested again while attempting to return what he realizes is a very bizarre suit, is given another chance by scientist and creator of the Ant-Man suit Hank Pym

Cell Count

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

One could make a case that this film was an amalgamation of paranoid-thriller, sci-fi and horror rolled into this one story. Yes, all of those factors play a part. But I myself will also make a case that this was ultimately a love story disguised as a paranoid-thriller/sci-fi horror! Which really excites me as a person who loves well crafted storytelling!

The Gallows

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

What do you get when you mix a group of high school classmates, a haunted school with a tragic past and one night locked in that school? Scary good fun! I'll admit it, the only thing I had to gripe about this flick was the overdone found footage format style. But after getting sucked into the movie, the style became secondary to the horror that was unfolding onscreen.

To Jennifer

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

There's so many thing to praise about this film! One of them is the impressive technique of filming this entire movie on an iPhone! The fact that it looks so good and is edited so well, it still throws me for a loop in the best way just thinking about it - And it's been quite a few months since I've seen the picture!

Tales of Halloween

10/22/15

Published by:

Dave K. "A Fiend on Film"

Tales of Halloween (2015) Film Thoughts... Well, it seems like every Halloween season we get a couple of new Halloween themed films though most are forgettable. Ever since Michael Dougherty's Trick R Treat (2008), filmmakers have tried to equal that modern classic. Last year's All Hallows' Eve came close. Tales of Halloween comes even closer....

Minions

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Right off the bat the movie brings a smile to your face as you can hear the Minions begin to sing the Universal theme music. So right away you know you'll be laughing a lot! And it holds up throughout the movie!

Pernicious

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

3 beautiful young women travel to Thailand on a program to teach the children out there. Ok first of all, Only In the Movies, Ladies and Gentlemen! And I laugh as I think back on that for two reasons: 1.) That NEVER happens. So it creates an unrealistic and unrelatable world that we are plunged into. 2.) You NEVER see these young women do any teaching of any kind to any kids in the country of Thailand in this movie

Shaun of The Dead

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Admit it, if you're reading this, you really enjoy zombie movies...and Simon Pegg! If you haven't seen this fun, undead romp us ride, you're in for a real treat! With cool looking zombies and a side order of snappy humor to go with it, Shaun Of The Dead is the first in the line of the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost/Edgar Wright trilogy, what's come to be known as The Cornetto Trilogy.

The Returned

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

Who matters most to you? Who can you really trust? These are just a few questions that are asked of the viewer when watching this dark drama. This story focuses on a society where a deadly virus has consumed millions of people and it turns them in zombie like creatures.

Red Victoria

8/15/15

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Phillip Wilcox "Our Movie Demon"

As an avid film watcher, movie lover and cinema connoisseur, when I'm being introduced to a filmmaker and their work for the first time, first impressions mean a lot! On one hand I go in watching a film with a clean slate and zero expectations

Phillip Wilcox

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