El Conde Pablo Larraín

Film Review: ‘El Conde’ – A Fascist Vampire Still Living On Blood And Death

Pablo Larraín, the director behind the American biopics Jackie and Spencer, is back in his native Chile to poke at the horrendous dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. The infamous man ruled ruthlessly from 1973 to 1989. As seen in his Oscar-nominated docudrama No, Larraín is not afraid of looking back into his country's troubled past. Even … Continue reading Film Review: ‘El Conde’ – A Fascist Vampire Still Living On Blood And Death

Review: ‘Renfield’ Brings an A+ Nicolas Cage Performance to a Fine Horror-Com

An unlikely movement to revive the Universal Monsters continues. While the ill-fated "Dark Universe" crashed and burned, the monsters and creatures from the famed studio continue to permeate pop culture. A Blumhouse remake of The Invisible Man became one of the last big hits pre-Covid. Monsters have continually shown up at Halloween Horror Nights. Rumors … Continue reading Review: ‘Renfield’ Brings an A+ Nicolas Cage Performance to a Fine Horror-Com

Renfield Nicholas Cage Nicholas Hoult Dracula

Review: ‘Renfield’ – Baptized And Bathed In Blood

In a very nice modern twist, the story of Count Dracula and his lackey, Renfield are still alive in 2023. They are running out of new homes and move to New Orleans. It's a great setting considering the presence of Louisiana voodoo and how it could connect to Dracula. However, you do not see some … Continue reading Review: ‘Renfield’ – Baptized And Bathed In Blood