– By Stephen Harper
I’m extremely partial to the fusing of horror with the comedic, and ‘The Ex’, directed by Martin Stocks & Gareth Brown, successfully combines both elements.
This strange little tale is quite a basic short film, but… Continue reading
– By Allan Lear
I imagine we’re mainly members of Western cultures here, so nobody will need much expansion when I refer to the pathetic post-Enlightenment backsliding that has witnessed the Anglophonic nations sink into increasing decadence, irrelevance and even… Continue reading
BFFs follows Wren Starr and Celeste Michaels, two tweenage girls who become friends after Wren moves in with her Uncle Nick next door to Celeste. The girls bond over Wren’s mother’s recent arrest and Celeste’s single mom’s recent cancer diagnosis.… Continue reading
– By Sooz Webb
Remember the days when films were captured on, well, film? You don’t? Whippersnapper. Respectable and reserved editor Eddie Swenson does. So when he’s transferred from his quiet, restrained art house section, to the brash, blood soaked… Continue reading
– By MovieCritic NextDoor
There’s an old saying that you reap what you sow, though unfortunately it’s probably just as accurate to say that those around us reap what we sow. Sometimes it’s dismissed as ‘collateral damage’, though in Keres… Continue reading
Bret McCormick has announced the limited edition release of two “lost” science fiction films, available for the first time on DVD. Time Trap (formerly Time Tracers), which received a very limited release on VHS in the mid-90s and Bio-tech… Continue reading
First there were the Drive-Ins…
Then the Grindhouses…
… Now there’s the Tramshed!
FRACTURED VISIONS are proud to present a double-helping of cult movie madness at Tramshed Cinema. Buckle-up, in first class no-less(!), as we bring you the most depraved,… Continue reading