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…

Movie Review: “I Saw the Devil”

   Directed by Kim Jee-woon and written by Park Hoon-jung, I was looking forward to my chance to revisit and write about I Saw the Devil again. I had wrote about the film once prior back in 2014, but…

Movie Review: “Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance”

   Something I have wanted to do for a while on Readers Digested is talk about South Korean cinema in a significant, expansive fashion. I appreciate and respect all of the writers who have…

[VIDEO] The Dichotomy of the Final Girl in Horror | Horrorifica

   The Final Girl is as synonymous with the horror genre (particularly the slasher subgenre) as butter slathered on a piece of toast. On this edition of Horrorifica, Mercy Grim sits down and shares her thoughts on their…

[Readers Digested Presents] The Color House

   Rabies and germs, the second installment in the [Readers Digested Presents] lineup is now officially available on Amazon for the Kindle, and we could not be any more psyched about it! Written by S. A. Moore,…

Movie Review: “Spectral”

Is the film ridiculous? Hell yes it is, and I love that. It offers up a crazy premise then sticks with it start to finish. Rules are established and adhered to. Characters demonstrate growth. There isn’t a maudlin, tacked-on love story to drag the momentum to a halt. But the film also has a great montage of people building stuff in a workshop to go fight ghosts using high tech gear and machines and the inner child in me loses his mind during sequences like this.

Movie Review: “Wrong Turn” (2003)

   It might surprise you to learn that I have never seen any of the Wrong Turn films.    I say that, but is it really out of the ordinary to overlook…

Movie Review: “Spree”

   In general, I think it is important to take a risk every now and again in order to discover new things you may enjoy. Part of why I started Readers…

[Editorial] Goodbye to Family Video

   Headquartered in Glenview, Illinois, I imagine I am appealing to a very small niche when I write about the family-owned Family Video Movie Club Inc., but I would be remiss if…

Movie Review: “Snowpiercer”

   Snowpiercer is a 2013 science fiction action film based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand, and Jean-Marc Rochette.    This is a film that has been on my radar for years now, but,…