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Patrick King has had short stories, essays, and a novel published in various places online and in print. As P.S. King, he’s had two short film scripts produced. He writes film reviews for TheRetroSet.com, Battleroyalewithcheese.com and Mugwumpcorporation.com.
A short survey of the work of a couple marvels of independent cinema.
The important thing to remember is that the reboots never happened.
The killer worm franchise has pretty remarkable staying power.
A muddled mess of a horror-drama.
A fun flick that has a lot to offer for horror fans.
A sub-par effort from one of cinema's masters.
Four high-speed motorcyclists compete for world records in this exhilarating documentary.
An excellent haunted house horror flick that makes for an essential addition to the Scream Factory library.
A neat indie horror-thriller that explores paranoia, class, and revenge.
A serviceable horror-thriller with a clever twist.
An interesting premise bogged down by metaphysical meditations.
An excellent indie haunted house film worth checking out.
A transcendent film worth experiencing.
Peanut Gallery is a haunting documentary about grief, loss, memory and digging below the surface.
A surprisingly fun entry in the ever-growing killer clown horror subgenre.
Avoid this one if you don't like scary clowns.
The movie will focus on her relationship with Desi Arnaz.
A gory horror-comedy for a niche audience.
Technology is bad, except when it isn't.