Tag: Wild Eye Releasing

A Cinefessions Video – Visual Vengeance’s First Boutique-Style Blu-rays are Here! A Review of The Necro Files and the Japanese Evil Dead

Wild Eye Releasing has introduced a new sister label, which is giving the boutique label experience to the films you’d least expect. Check out my review and unboxing of their first two releases! If you enjoy this video, please give it a like and consider subscribing to Cinefessions on YouTube!   Branden ChowenBranden has been…


13 Days of Halloween: Day 8.5 – Ashe Collins on Exhumed (2011)

Title: Exhumed (2011) Director: Richard Griffin Runtime: 93 minutes — Exhumed is a hard film to nail down. The acting seems off and stilted, with only one of the characters coming across as natural, at least the first time, before you realize what’s going on. But, even on a second viewing it’s hard to warm up…


Movie Review – Ashe Collins on Mold! (2012)

Title: Mold! (2012) Director: Neil Meschino Runtime: 86 minutes — I expected Mold! to be something kind of serious; the cover makes it look that way, even with the blurb on the back and comparisons they make. The inside cover has what I’m guessing should have been on the outside of the box in the…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas (2012)

Sometimes a film has such a unique title and great cover that it makes you want to see it. With that in mind, I was excited when I received Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas to review. I hadn’t heard of the film before, or the duo, but it looked like it would be entertaining. Boy,…


Movie Review – Ashe Collins on Dropping Evil (2012)

Title: Dropping Evil (2012) Director: Adam Protextor Runtime: 82 minutes — Dropping Evil is most definitely an independent film through and through.  It’s also definitely an independent horror film, which means not all the effects are up to par.  What I didn’t know while I was watching this was that, according to IMDB, it was…


DVD Review – Chris Ranson on Scream Park (2012)

The horror genre has really changed in my thirty years of viewership. The current trend seems to be possession films, but I’ll be honest, the ‘80s slashers were always my favorite. I’m really digging the current revival we are getting, and the throwback films are a lot of fun. Scream Park is the latest film…