About Richard Gary

Richard Gary grew up watching and enjoying horror films, especially those made independently and on a micro-budget. Most of the movies he reviews play either at festivals or private screenings, rather than having a national theatrical run. Using his years of studying media theory, he looks at each one with a critical eye that goes beyond the superficial, as he believes they deserve the respect of such a viewer’s eye. He is open to receive links to your films at rbf55@msn.com, and he promises to always keep an open mind and be honest.

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June 15th, 2021 | by Richard Gary

Some of the execution might veer between cliched and questionable, but there is just enough fun action in Lazarus to

Horror Shorts – April 2021

April 8th, 2021 | by Richard Gary

Richard Gary goes through some recent horror shorts to give you something interesting to watch as we horror nerds wait

Lake Michigan Monster

March 18th, 2021 | by Richard Gary

Guy Maddin meets Ingmar Bergman meets Terry Gilliam meets…oh, hell, just go and watch this bonkers lo-fi monster movie. It’s

We Still Say Grace

January 3rd, 2021 | by Richard Gary

We Still Say Grace is a film that dramatized the way in which religion can create megalomaniacs that take things


February 22nd, 2018 | by Richard Gary

Inoperable stars scream queen Danielle Harris, who is stuck in a bizarre time loop trying to figure out why she’s

Living Among Us

February 7th, 2018 | by Richard Gary

A surprisingly good cast populates this found footage entry into the vampire genre. Do two overused devices equal a decent

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