By Jerome Reuter
There’s an old expression, “Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.” That’s the theme behind the 2014 film, Starry Eyes. Several people recommended it to me, and everyone I talked to had only good things to say. After giving it a view a few weeks back, I feel it deserves all the praise its received. I thought it was a good horror film, and only a few steps away from being a great one.
In recent years, a lot of new filmmakers have been trying to recapture the essence of the grindhouse era. This is a very complicated thing to do. It’s a challenge to produce a product that is both a throwback, and at the same time an original product. It’s also a challenge considering how much the social climate has changed since the 1970’s and 80’s. A lot of times…
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