Tag Archive for 'Eric Balfour'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Nine New Indie Titles

And the indie train just keep on trucking with another gaggle of nine new lesser-known outings that make up the smaller cinema scene featured here.  Sex and romance from a female point of view, social media gone psychotic, life after being a zombie, a wordy battle of the sexes, creation turning obsessive, time traveling for […]


Backcountry (Blu-ray Review)

This fall, the tension-filled, critically acclaimed thriller Backcountry makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut on September 1st, 2015 from Scream Factory, in partnership with IFC Midnight. Featuring exciting new bonus content including an audio commentary, behind the scenes featurettes and more, this title can be pre-ordered now from ShoutFactory.com.  Written and directed by Adam MacDonald,  Backcountry also […]


Brandon’s Blu-ray Wishlist – June 26, 2014

I’m gonna go with comedy again this week to finish out the month of June.  And I’m digging into that of the teen variety, picking one of my favorites of that subgenre from the 90s.  Its a film I kind of have a nostalgia for and I think is a solid film that not many people […]


SyFy’s Dinoshark Plays Blu-ray Water Polo

Yep.  You read that right.  My favorite PR person sent this over to me a few days ago and I apologize about taking my good old time to get this up, but it has to be seen.  The below video is actually a clip from the upcoming SyFy film Dinoshark that will be released on […]


First There Was Sharktopus, Now There’s Dinoshark!

And I thought I seen it all when I saw Jami’s review of Sharktopus (see here).  I was wrong!  Dead wrong!  Once again, Roger Corman is back as he presents a prehistoric horror tale of monstrous strength and appetite meets the 21st century!  Of course, I’m talking about Dinoshark.  The Blu-ray title will see a […]


Skyline’s Blue Light Special is Terrible

If Skyline was a person, you would complement their shoes because of how unappealing the rest of that person is.  Basically, yes, this movie does some nice work with the effects, but really fails to deliver in any other category to make you like the movie.  Directors Colin and Greg Strause (billed as The Brothers […]