Just because you can make a movie doesn’t necessarily mean you actually should. This is a sentiment I’ve felt many times after watching some real flops. For some reason, the horror genre seems to be plagued by them. It got to where there’s a whole sub-genre known as “B-horror.” These are typically films that are campy, cheesy, and over-the-top to the point of being co...[Read More]
A dark homage to Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid, set during the 1930s depression and tells of young Charlotte, who is struggling to keep the family business afloat. When gangster Randall offers to pay off the family debt - he demands some illegal changes to the business. But Charlotte, like her mother before her, is a mermaid capable of controlling humans with nothing but her voice, ...[Read More]
Mermaid’s Song, despite its whimsy name, is a dark spin on Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid. A rewind of the beloved Disney classic, a young girl discovers she’s got mermaid in her blood and a voice with a secret talent. “Her story begins where the fairy tail ends.” Story Set during the 1930s depression and tells of young Charlotte, who is struggling to keep the family business afloat....[Read More]
Set in Portugal, this black and white thriller takes us through the gray areas of suicide. Inside the Forest of the Lost Souls, we meet two drastically opposing souls at different points on the path to their life-ending journey.