Movie Review: “Chopping Mall”

   Recently, I did a review ofTom & Jerry on Readers Digested. If you didn’t notice it, I am not surprised. Our website’s dedicated to horror and dark subject-matter, and, mostly I depend on social-media to advertise…

Movie Review: “The Golden Glove”

   The internationally co-produced horror drama film The Golden Glove is a lot to take in. Directed by Fatih Akin, the film is an adaptation of the eponymous novel and chronicles the story of…

Movie Review: “Warning: Do Not Play”

   Directed by Kim Jin-won, Warning: Do Not Play is our latest installment in the South Korean Sunday catalog, and is currently available on the Shudder streaming service, branding itself a Shudder Exclusive film. The feature was released…

Movie Review: “Shook”

   Directed by Jennifer Harrington, Shook is a film I stumbled across and blindly watched on the Shudder subscription service. I was neither familiar with the director nor the other screenwriter responsible for the film Alesia…

The Gray Fox Blog: – “South Korean Films, Dreamers Hallow, etc.”

   Greetings, Readers Digested! For those of you who’re unaware, my name is Nicholas “Nick” McConnaughay, and I run the day to day on the morbid, little website you’re looking at.  …

Movie Review: “Willy’s Wonderland”

   I did not know exactly what to think when I first heard the announcement of Willy’s Wonderland. What I did know, however, was that I would watch it.    An…

Movie Review: “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum”

   In my desire to offer diversity of flavor on Readers Digested, something I knew I had to do was step out of my usual preferences for what I watch. When…

Movie Review: “The Dirties”

   The Dirties is a feature I have meant to write about on Readers Digested for a while, but, for some reason or another, I have never had the chance to sit…

[Readers Digested] Dreamers Hallow – (Writing Contest) | Round One

   Rabies and germs, I hope you had a very bloody Valentine’s Day weekend! I am very excited for what comes next with Readers Digested (dot) com and the ventures we hope…

Movie Review: “Random Acts of Violence”

   Based on the imagery I had seen bits and pieces of prior, I was looking forward to Random Acts of Violence. The grisly yet beautiful, and morbid aesthetic brought to…