Annihilation (2018) Review

"What's unusual about a genre fair such Annihilation, is that the characters are intelligent, pragmatic individuals. They're reminiscent of the sort of grounded, logical protagonists you'd find in a H.G.Wells novel; as opposed to the reactionary morons endemic in modern sci-fi who make every basic survival mistake and handle alien lifeforms with no precautions."

The Void (2016) Review

"Playing out like a hybrid of Prince of Darkness and Assault on Precinct 13, The Void features a single location and large pool of expendable characters taken out one by one.  Feckless idiots getting picked off by nasties is, in a nutshell, The Void's plot. But as it's ultimately more of a pure eighties horror beast than the marketing initially suggested, there's a lot of metaphysical elements thrown in."

Street Trash (1987) Review

"The plot (if one can call it that) concerns a batch of toxic, woefully old wine called Viper that is being sold cheaply to the homeless population of Manhattan. It produces all manner of bizarre effects in its drinkers. People deliquesce, explode, break down, and fall apart; anything that can be done to transform the human body into a work of modern art."