REVIEW: Goodnight

In a review I recently wrote for a short film, I stated that when dealing with a subject matter that's sensitive, filmmakers have to change their approach in how they convey the film's message. Goodnight is a film that deals with a very sensitive subject, and it's a film that very much does so in an excellent... Continue Reading →

Watch: Ouroboros

We've all been in a position where we have been lying in bed, trying to get to sleep (or sleeping) and then hear something go bump in the night. Cliche, I know, but for some reason it seems to happen. And then little doubts creep into our heads, which can only mean bad news. This... Continue Reading →

Four Reactions To Look-See Season Two

Both, Crypt TV and Look-See, have become popular over the last few years. It's easy to access, doesn't take a lot of time to invest in, and overall, it's of a very high standard. Reaction Videos have become another huge aspect of YouTube. It's simple: people film themselves reacting to a video, with movie trailers... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Ghost Paper: The Other Side

When a film/short film says it's based on a true story, or took inspiration from something from real life, it adds that extra element to the story. When growing up there were countless games and chants that supposedly summoned a demon or ghost. Ghost Paper: The Other Side is exactly that; it takes inspiration from... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Sunny Family Cult S3: E3&4

We're down to the business end of season three with the last two episodes of Sunny Family Cult. Gabriel Younes has done a pretty good job building up the story in the previous episodes. However, it's the final two, titled Divine Creatures and Violence In Her Soul respectively, that shows that the team, from the director... Continue Reading →

WATCH: A Tap at the Window

Films like The Ring and The Grudge have been a popular outlet for horror fans; and even though we haven't gotten many along the same lines of them in recent years (we're not counting Rings here), we do have a new remake of The Grudge to look forward to next year. A Tap at the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Look-See S2:E4

Season finales can be tricky. You've built your story up across all the episodes, and now you must 1) have a convincing and satisfying ending to this particular story arc and 2) entice people to come back for the next season. Both are quite relevant to Look-See. Landon Stahmer has built up such a mysterious... Continue Reading →

Review: Look-See S2: E2&3

Look-See kicked off with a strong opening episode. However, it wasn't without its fault, with The Horror Club expecting a little more from the debut of James 'Deadmeat' Janisse. In episode two, titled The Second Thief, he is put in centre focus with the monster himself. Here, we are given more of his character that... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Look-See S2:Ep1

It's safe to say that Look-See has become one of Crypt TV's most popular web-series. Since the release of the first season, there have been countless theory videos, animated versions and it has racked up a whole lot of views. Episode 1 of Season 2 has already collected over 300k views alone since its debut... Continue Reading →

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