“Mad God” – Movie Review

More than 30 years in the making, Phil Tippett’s surreal, arthouse dystopia Mad God is finally available on Shudder, and it’s every bit as bizarre and compelling as promised! Long Time Coming Special effects legend Phil Tippett (original Star Wars Trilogy, Robocop series, Jurassic Park, Twilight franchise) first began production of his stop-motion experimental film back in 1987.  It was largely a side project which … Continue reading “Mad God” – Movie Review

“Crimes of the Future” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

Long known for his bizarre and surreal horror classics like The Fly (1986), Videodrome, and Scanners, as well as gritty and brutal crime thrillers like A History of Violence and Eastern Promises, David Cronenberg is a director that certainly needs no introduction.  While he’s been busy with acting roles in series like Slasher: Flesh and Blood, he finally returns to the director’s chair for his … Continue reading “Crimes of the Future” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

“Jessica Forever” – Movie Review

Originally released in France back in 2018, the highly anticipated dystopian thriller Jessica Forever has finally come to Shudder!  However its reception among audiences has been largely mixed, and while both arguments hold merit, the truth lies somewhere in the middle. Mother To All The film begins with a group of young men dressed in paramilitary gear, as they roam the suburbs of France, merely … Continue reading “Jessica Forever” – Movie Review