Movie Review – Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania

A solid B movie in terms of animation values, high-quality celebrity voices, low-key warm humor, and a fun direction the plot spins off into. It’s damn hard to get a franchise right in every iteration, but somehow the under-the-radar work in the Hotel Translyvania oeuvre manages to make a good little story each time. They aren’t up […]


Indie Movie Review – Death Drop Gorgeous

I know that low budget, by definition, means that corners have to be cut. Sometimes that adds to the fun of things! I mean would Kevin Smith’s debut feature, Clerks, have been as much fun if there wasn’t the running joke of the shutters being stuck down when they were down because the only time he […]


Movie Review – The House Next Door

The House Next Door was a total bummer. It sucked, get it?  …that was a vampire reference. I was so disappointed that with such an awesome cast the movie was tedious and too long. I read quite a few reviews on this movie and they are all pretty much the same. Save your money and […]


Indie Movie Review – The Slayers

The Slayers could have been a lot better than it actually was. There were some good ideas which, I thought, promised a lot but never got fully developed.  We start off in a plain room filled with people all dressed in white gowns. At first glance it could be a therapy scene from One Flew Over The […]


Children’s Book Review – Bunnicula

I’ve been doing a little light yoga reading routine each morning. I put my legs in the air for 10 minutes, before I even get out of bed, to take me from sleepy to wakey in a gentler fashion. Hey, it’s Doctor Approved! I decided to take this daily time to read through some kiddie […]

Indie Movie Review – Climate of the Hunter

Vampire movies can be a lot of fun.  Some of my favorites include Dracula (Bela Lugosi version), Twilight, 30 Days of Night, the underrated Vampire Academy, and What We Do in the Shadows.  You can read my review of Fright Night here.  Climate of the Hunter is an indie take on the vampire story.  It’s […]


Thirst — A New Cult Classic?

The Opening Scene of Thirst NOTE:  The following description is very gross.  Read at your own risk. My niece once got me a bookmark that says, “Don’t judge a book by its movie.”  This, of course, refers to the old adage, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”  All of which is to say, be […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter 28th edition (September 23rd, 2020)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.   Alien Addiction Interview with Director Shea Sterling Rob Williams, our Peep in the United Kingdom, got a chance to do an interview with Alien Addiction writer/director Shae Sterling. Alien Addiction (Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi ) […]


Indie Movie Review – Hawk & Rev: Vampire Slayers

I’ll be honest. As soon as this started running I thought, “here we go… another low budget, low talent, low quality bit of nonsense,” but I was pleasantly surprised! I’m sure that it is a low budget piece. The sets seem to be back alleys, back gardens, and public roads. The cast are all new […]

A Buffy Revival – Vampires Spike and Angel Could Absolutely Do a Movie

Note the following: David Boreanaz says he’s done playing Angel. Joss Whedon (creator, writer, editor, director, minor deity) has also said he’d make a Buffy movie if the heavens willed it so. We think David would return with the right offer. With Bones finished, isn’t he free now? And I don’t think James Marsters (Spike) […]