GUG Review: The Funeral Home

Following up on my recent series of low-budget horror reviews for GeeksUnderGrace.com, my second film in the series was a small Argentinian horror film called The Funeral Home. I’ve been genuinely curious to see horror films from other cultures becoming a primary feature of modern cinema. Films like Get Out and Blood Quantum have earnedContinue reading “GUG Review: The Funeral Home”

GUG Classic Review: The Maltese Falcon

Turner Classic Movies recently released The Maltese Falcon on the big screen to coincide with the film’s 70th anniversary! Thankfully, I was able to cross the border into Indiana while my local theaters were still closed to catch the film while it was playing! John Huston’s wonderful, cynical and mean spirited mystery thriller remains oneContinue reading “GUG Classic Review: The Maltese Falcon”

GUG Review: A Nightmare Wakes

I started doing a number of horror reviews back in January thanks to Geeks Under Grace receiving a flurry of screener copies from companies like Shudder and other small horror distributors. A Nightmare Wakes was a low-budget biopic about the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus. As a classics nerd,Continue reading “GUG Review: A Nightmare Wakes”

GUG Review: Minari

Film is finally starting to catch up! With this year’s awards season finally starting up, many of the big awards nominee films are slowly dropping in theaters! One of my favorites was this small A24 film Minari about a Korean immigrant family trying to make ends meet in a farm in Rural Arkansas! It’s sad,Continue reading “GUG Review: Minari”

GUG Review: Hunted (2021)

My review for Shudder’s newest original film went live at Geeks Under Grace! The film in question is a post-modern retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood story that reframed its archetypal fairy tale as a revenge story about the power dynamics between a violent rapist and his would-be victim. This film was a bluntContinue reading “GUG Review: Hunted (2021)”

GUG Review – News of the World (2020)

I’ve been meaning to put more effort into linking my work being published outside of the Cultural Revue more frequently. Part of my initial goal with this website was creating a space where I can accumulate my waste swath of disparate material across the internet into one convenient place where anyone can find it. Admittedly,Continue reading “GUG Review – News of the World (2020)”