Netflix and Kill Review: Re:Mind

In continuation of J-Horror week at Metroplague, we are proud to bring you a review of one of Netflix's latest original offerings, "Re:Mind." Lately, Netflix has been pumping out hit after hit, but does this series keep audiences intrigued? What's The Story On the eve of their high school graduation, 12 young women wake up... Continue Reading →

Examining Indie Horror with The Monkey Farm

Independent filmmaking is something that pretty much anyone can get into these days. With easy to access technology, affordable cameras, and proven success with prior filmmakers at national film festivals, indie horror seems like the best way to get one's foot in Hollywood's extremely selective door. Metroplague recently got our claws on a preview screening... Continue Reading →

Review: The Blackwell Ghost

With shows I used to love like Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters fading from popularity among viewers due to obvious stunts or just the cheese factor, it was a bit refreshing to see a film like The Blackwell Ghost show up on my recommended feed.  At first glance, I thought this would be a film... Continue Reading →

Blood Drive Episode Recap: Welcome to Pixie Swallow

Last week was the bloody and brilliant premiere of Syfy's latest television series "Blood Drive."  Metroplague was thrilled to be introduced to gritty yet fun characters like Grace D'Argento, The Gentleman, Julian Slink, and The Scholar.  Other main characters like Arthur Bailey and Christopher Carson (Thomas Dominique) fell a bit short on the excitement scale;... Continue Reading →

Blood Drive Episode Recap: The F…ing Cop

Syfy has not been known to produce anything remotely close to top-quality when it comes to their original productions, and frankly, that's fine.  It's Syfy for crying out loud, the television channel that spawned production companies like The Asylum.  However, with their latest venture into shock value entertainment, Blood Drive, they may just have a... Continue Reading →

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