Category Archives: independent movies

Jenga Loves Movies mention on Glass Eye Pix site!

TONIGHT: Fessenden’s HABIT unspools at the Sunshine Theater, NYC Fessenden’s HABIT unspools (on Blu-ray) at the Sunshine Theater (143 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002) Tonight, 8 March 2015 at 8:30 PM. Evening Kicks off with Abel Ferrara’s THE … Continue reading

Posted in independent movies, movie shoutout | Leave a comment

Larry Fessenden’s Habit

Rob G from Icons of Fright and Killer POV has been talking about 1995’s Habit since I started listening to the Killer POV podcast. I really wanted to watch it, but it was a little hard to find. It’s not … Continue reading

Posted in hidden gems, Horror, independent movies, movie shoutout, Put this in your eyeholes!, review | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Days of October- Underrated horror titles 2013-2014

I am keeping the list confined because I could go on forever on underrated and lesser known horror movies. Enjoy and give this lesser known movies a shot! The Guest (Go see this in the theater RIGHT NOW) You’re Next … Continue reading

Posted in hidden gems, Horror, independent movies | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Let me tell you about this little film I saw

A new tack I am taking for films that I don’t have the drive to do a full review but deserves a shoutout. Absentia Michael Montoure recommended I give this movie a shot, and I kept putting it off. I actually … Continue reading

Posted in Horror, independent movies, movie shoutout | Leave a comment

Representation Matters

I think it is not only important how we represent ourselves, but also what media we consume because dollars support creation. More money going into movies that only provide laughable stereotypes tells the system that more of them should be … Continue reading

Posted in about me, documentary films, hidden gems, independent movies, movie lists | Leave a comment

The Battery

I could tell you all sorts of wonderful things about The Battery, but nothing quite gets the whole effect of the movie on me. This Battery changed what I looked for in movies. I have stopped just passively checking Netflix … Continue reading

Posted in independent movies, review | Leave a comment