When the lord of Chaos unleashes a plague on Earth and eliminates the majority of its population, only three women descendants of a powerful Goddess can stop him.
Tag Archives: sci-fi
The Seed (2022)
A trio of influencers take a trip to the desert to stay at the house of one of their father’s house to create some content, catch some rays, and spend some girl-time together. Soon, something falls from the sky and requires their attention if they want to survive.
The Long Walk Director Mattie Do [Women In Horror Month 2022]
Opening the interviews this year for Women in Horror Month at Cinema Crazed is Lao filmmaker Mattie Do. Her new film The Long Walk was released on VOD on 03/01/2022. Continue reading
The Long Walk (2022) [Women In Horror Month 2022]
A man who speaks to the dead is taken back in the past to face his mother’s passing and find a part of himself.
David Cornelius: From Film Critic to Filmmaker
In this episode, we visit with David Cornelius, the highly regarded online film critic who made the transition from reviewing movies to creating them with his new sci-fi comedy feature “Inhumanwich!”
Justice League Dark (2017): Limited Edition Gift Set [Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital]
Setting aside that DC pretty much slaps Batman in to their newest film, “Justice League Dark” is actually a fun celebration of the supernatural element from DC Comics. Taking a much needed peek in to the darker universe from DC, “Justice League Dark” is an adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel, involving supernatural characters from DC who team up to take on a threat beyond the capabilities of Superman and Wonder Woman. “Justice League Dark” is a fairly well realized horror take on the DC universe that suffers, sadly, from a short run time. With a group of characters filled with such immense, and complex back stories and amazing powers, it’s sad “Justice League Dark” is only allotted a scant eighty minute run time. John Constantine alone deserves a thirty minute introduction.
Robot Monster Lives!
Has there ever been a more bizarre creature than Ro-Man, the extraterrestrial robot that looks like a gorilla wearing a diving helmet? On this episode, we learn the story behind the making of “Robot Monster” and the life of its mysterious creator, Phil Tucker, with our guest Anders Runestad, author of the book “I Cannot, Yet I Must.” We also get to discuss Tucker’s work with Lenny Bruce on the equally bizarre “Dance Hall Racket” and the stories behind his lost films “Space Jockey” and “Pachuco.”
Justice League Dark (2017)
I’m still not sure why DC commits to creating new branches of their animated universe with only a little under eighty minutes to spare. I think it wouldn’t hurt if something like “Justice League Dark” was given two hours to tell its story. Instead it rushes through just about everything possible, from prologue, set up, character introductions, villain introduction, villain back story, and the final showdown. And there’s no guarantee we’ll see a sequel any time soon, since DC and Warner are planning a live action version. So unless you’re a hardcore DC fan, you won’t get to learn a lot about folks like the Demon Etrigan or Zatanna, since we speed right through their characterizations.