Summer of ’84 Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Set in Ipswich, Oregon in 1984, Summer of ’84 is full of eerie feelings and worried thoughts. Davey Armstrong is a 15 year old who thinks that a killer could be lurking anywhere in his suburban neighborhood. His conspiracy theories begin to come to head when he starts to suspect his own neighbor is a serial killer. Reminiscent of 1980’s classics like The Goonies, but with a Rear Window style edge, Summer of ’84 is a new movie that perfectly hits that nostalgic urge. Continue reading “Summer of ’84 Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

The Neon Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes

The Neon Demon is a flashy and beautiful film set in the modeling industry in Los Angeles. As the movie plays the use of lights and editing techniques makes it feel as though you are in some cases watching an art installation come to life. At first glance you would not expect this to be a horror film, but as it progresses the darkness that lies within the world of the models slowly begins to leak out. Continue reading “The Neon Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Pooka! Movie Review from @kleffnotes

After movie to Los Angeles an actor in search of work winds up at an interesting audition. While he has a monologue prepared the casting agent is far more interested in whether he can perform certain actions in a specific order. when he gets cast as Pooka for a massive holiday marketing campaign what seemed like a simple job becomes far more complicated. Continue reading “Pooka! Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

The Ice Cream Truck Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Mary just moved back to the town she grew up in and is trying to adjust to suburbia. For the first time in ages she is alone, but only because her kids are still in school. As a writer she has the flexibility to move earlier than the rest of her family and get the house set up. What strikes her about this new neighborhood is that there is an ice cream truck that drives through almost all day long. With strange neighbors and this ice cream truck circling Mary isn’t exactly feeling at ease in her new home. Continue reading “The Ice Cream Truck Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Hunter Trailer Review from @kleffnotes

Hunter is a horror/thriller film that won’t be a releasing until next year, but I had the opportunity to check out the trailer a little bit in advance. Set in the streets of Chicago, Hunter has been homeless since the deaths of his mother and sister roughly 10 months before the start of the movie. While just a murder could lead someone to feel lost and alone, this murder was even more diabolical than anything you could expect. Continue reading “Hunter Trailer Review from @kleffnotes”

E-Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes

When four friends from college decide to video chat with each other one night things a seemingly goofy prank turns into a night of dark and complicated events. Set up as a sort of found footage film E-Demon presents itself as the full recording of a real call between friends that led to a massive multi-state murder. This horror movie works to create a scenario in which the internet can spread black magic and violence anywhere it wishes. Continue reading “E-Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

The Lighthouse Coming to Theaters July 6 and VOD July 10 via @erinwis82

If you know me, you know I love horror…not only do I love horror, I love UnCork’d Entertainment. When I got the opportunity to review this “BAFTA-award winning supernatural thriller THE LIGHTHOUSE, starring Michael Jibson (Hunter Killer, Beauty and the Beast) and Mark Lewis Jones (Star Wars : The Last Jedi, “Game of Thrones”)”, I just couldn’t turn it down! Continue reading “The Lighthouse Coming to Theaters July 6 and VOD July 10 via @erinwis82”

Interview with Jon Paul Burkhart from @kleffnotes

Jon Paul Burkhart appears in the horror movie Sick For Toys, which takes the genre, adds some holiday seasoning, and creates something that will shock you. I had the pleasure of asking Burkhart some questions about his role in the film and his behind the scenes executive producer role, as well as about some of his other projects and appearances. I would like to thank him for taking the time to chat with me and if you are a horror fan you need to check out this interview and Sick for Toys. Continue reading “Interview with Jon Paul Burkhart from @kleffnotes”