Justin Waldman

My earliest movie memory, outside of my home theatre in my basement, was going to the local Video 99 and wanting to rent ET only to be told by the shop owner it was playing down the street in theatres. My love for cinema has been alive for as long as I can honestly remember. I would frequent the cinema minutes down from my house daily. It was a second home. Movies are an escape from the everyday world, a window into the soul, a distant friend. If I’m not watching a movie, I’m probably watching a tv show, if I’m doing neither I’m asleep.



Surviving Supercon Review

Filmmaker Steven Shea follows the organizers of Supercon as they bring together celebrities and thousands of fans for an annual pop culture convention in Florida



The Feast – Review

Psychological horrors are not uncommon, but they usually miss the mark and misdeliver the psychological aspect and deliver something rather uninteresting and frustrating. However, when they’re done right they sit with you for months and months continually getting you to re-examine everything you’ve seen and want to dissect it in the greatest way possible. Lee Haven Jones and Roger Williams, both d...[Read More]



Motherly – Review

We’ve all heard those stories of great strength mothers would go to, to protect their children. It’s nothing new that they develop these great feats of adrenaline to protect their babies, and most parents would literally do anything for their children. The new movie, Motherly does exactly that, makes sure that at all costs this mother protects her daughter from anyone and anything. Kate played by ...[Read More]



13 Minutes – Review

Anthology movies, or those in the style of anthologies usually are rough around the edges but at least have one overarching story that keeps the audience engaged. Unfortunately, in 13 minutes there are too many moving parts, with the overarching story coming in way too late for the audience to gravitate to a character, arc, or storyline. Atop of there being way too many storylines for the audience...[Read More]



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Last Survivors review

Director Drew Mylrea and writer Josh Janowicz certainly do not redefine the wheel with Last Survivors but brings forth a film that truly asks some deep dark questions, poses a moral dilemma, and delivers a revelation that will leave the audiences in disbelief. Partnered up with some great performances from its cast, Last Survivors delivers on all fronts providing to be a truly captivating film tha...[Read More]



Paranormal Activity Next of Kin review

A documentary filmmaker follows Margot as she heads to a secluded Amish community, in the hopes of meeting and learning about her long-lost mother and extended family. Following a string of strange occurrences and discoveries, she soon realizes this community that welcomed them into their home might be hiding something sinister…

Malignant – 31 Days of Halloween

Malignant a form of cancer, emanating ill will, or quiet simply James Wan sick twisted mind is back in all its bloody excellence. While Malignant takes three vastly different approaches throughout the movie, switching between a weird B movie, to something truly despicable and ending with complete insanity that will leave audiences astonished. The movie focuses on the astou...[Read More]

Scream – 31 Nights of Halloween

Well there’s three days left in October and I shamefully have not talked about Wes Craven yet or what he contributed to the Halloween sub-genre. No sounds more terrifying than the final girls shriek, fingers on a chalkboard, water pipe bursting sound that lets out a good SCREAM. There really is nothing truly scarier than Groundskeeper Willie from everyone’s favourite yellow family coming after you...[Read More]

Young Frankenstein – 31 Nights of Halloween

Most people throughout the month of October like to watch movies that scare them, terrify them and maybe even make them lose a little bit of sleep. What if there was a horror spoof that existed that brought to life one of the greatest stories ever told, and made it funny? No, I’m not referring to Scream or anything by Wes Craven, I’m not even referring to anyone who works in the realm of horror, u...[Read More]

Saw – 31 Nights of Halloween

I guess you learn something new every day, like James Wan second features was the torture porn creating (not the first installment) torturous, terrifying, and downright disturbing SAW. James Wan directs and co-writes SAW with Leigh Whannell (who wrote/directed Upgrade which will be discussed night 27 of Halloween). There is something about SAW that truly is captivating as its practically a bottlen...[Read More]

Till Death – 31 Nights of Halloween

Megan Fox what a career she has had, after all she is weed, but honestly got her breakout on Transformers and has proved repeatedly since then that she has the chops to deliver terrific performances and captivate audience. Till Death is no different, this twist on Gerald’s Game with a much more devilish reasoning, Till Death is the perfect suspenseful thriller one could ask for. The movie focuses ...[Read More]

The Vigil – 31 Nights of Halloween

Jewish horror, not something that is usually done in mainstream horrors, is something that can be more terrifying than a usual typical horror movie. As a person of Jewish descent, something as frightening and annoying as a family gathering can be horror educing, see my thoughts on Shiva Baby here, https://www.eyecrave.net/features/days-of/shiva-baby-31-nights-of-halloween-review/. However, feature...[Read More]

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