Review: Till Death Depicts Gerald’s Game Meets Home Alone Revenge Tale

Till Death puts Megan Fox back in the horror genre as a newly widowed spouse whose past comes back to haunt her. An interesting, yet familiar setup of events unfold that will keep you glued due to Fox’s performance. Till Death probably would have been more effective if it had drawn a majority of its… Continue reading Review: Till Death Depicts Gerald’s Game Meets Home Alone Revenge Tale

Review: ZEROVILLE Is An Ambitious But Pretentious Love Letter To Hollywood

Zeroville, directed by James Franco from the novel by Steve Erickson, is yet another love-letter to Hollywood from the actor-filmmaker. However, unlike the more effective The Disaster Artist, Franco‚Äôs newest gets too caught up in the nostalgia of yesteryear to be much more than passive entertainment. The film follows a young actor who arrives in… Continue reading Review: ZEROVILLE Is An Ambitious But Pretentious Love Letter To Hollywood