Keith Archive

DVD Review: ‘Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage’

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage, with its story torn from the pages of The Thousand and One Nights and its stop-motion monster effects, clearly aims to be the heir to Ray Harryhausen. Unfortunately, with its haphazard storytelling, barely-there characters, and wildly inconsistent visuals, it’s a ...Read More

DVD Review: ‘Kingdom Come’

Kingdom Come is one of those movies — legion among horror films — where the more they explain themselves, the sillier they become. Kingdom Come starts out as a confidently directed chiller (at least compared to its generally incompetent brethren in the nether realm ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Shoot’ Should Be Shot

The Shoot — co-written, co-directed, and co-starring husband-and-wife team John Adams and Toby Poser — is a shaggy, aimless thriller seriously lacking in purpose. Outside of Adams and Poser’s personal desire to make a film, it’s just not clear why this movie was made. ...Read More

DVD Review: ‘In The House Of Flies’

Set almost completely in a single concrete room, In the House of Flies may not have the most confined setting of all time — that honor surely belongs to Buried, which which was set entirely inside a coffin — but it’s certainly not recommended ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Winter In The Blood’

The film opens on a note of dislocation. “Where are we going, daddy?” a young boy asks his father as they ride on horseback through the darkness. His father’s response: “Guess we’ll know when we’ve been there.” Even after Winter in the Blood is ...Read More