Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) Film Review

Velvet Buzzsaw


Toward the beginning of Velvet Buzzsaw, my low expectations for the film — based on a combination of its Netflix trailer and my brief exposure to some reviews — appeared to be pleasantly inaccurate.

I’d become somewhat convinced that I may actually find a degree of entertainment and value in the experience, as suggested by the well-designed opening visuals, introduction of characters, and general storyline.…

Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block (2018) TV Review



Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block, Season 3 of the Channel Zero series, introduces viewers to Alice and Zoe Woods, sisters that unknowingly move to an area that is targeted by the Peaches, a family of cannibals.

Please note that the following review contains spoilers.

Review of Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block

Dissimilar to the first (Candle Cove) and second (No-End House) seasons of the series, Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block is inherently more disturbing and graphic throughout the course of the six-episode third season.…

Better Watch Out (2016) Film Review



Chris Peckover’s horror film, Better Watch Out, centers around Ashley (Olivia DeJonge), who agrees to babysit 12-year-old Luke (Levi Miller) and his delinquent friend, Garrett (Ed Oxenbould), unaware of the non-holiday-related chaos that is about to ensue.

Please note that the following review contains spoilers.

Review of Better Watch Out

Despite its intentionally deceptive advertisement as a home-invasion horror film, viewers soon become aware that there is only one true antagonist in Better Watch Out, and he is already inside.…

Channel Zero: No-End House (2017) TV Review

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Channel Zero: No-End House prompts viewers to acknowledge the darker parts of human life that they would rather [ironically] forget.

Season 2 of Syfy’s Channel Zero, a Creepypasta-based horror anthology series, centers around Margot (Amy Forsyth), a young woman that has been traumatized by memories of her father’s death.…

Slasher: Guilty Party (2017) TV Review



Slasher: Guilty Party is the second season of Slasher, a Canadian horror anthology series created by Aaron Martin.

Despite Slasher previously airing on the soon-to-be-defunct network, Chiller, it has since become a Netflix original series.

Season 2 follows the events that occur at a summer-camp-turned-commune after five former camp counselors return to recover the body that they left behind five years earlier.…