Tag Archives: C.V.R. The Bard

REVIEW: Flawed No.3 (of 6)

Chuck Brown’s “Flawed” is yet another action packed and entertaining narrative in his bibliography focused around P.O.C. characters without pandering towards the demographic or over-exaggerating stereotypes. Yeah, Gem’s a psychiatrist, but I can remember Ms. Burton and Laqueshia who both were court appointed therapists for me in my teen’s spent in California’s foster care system… Read More »


If “Smile” is the renaissance of the psychological thriller and “Don’t Look At The Demon” takes the spirit of the demonic possession trope in horror to new levels then Damien Leone’s “Terrifier II” is the modern crown jewel of instant cult classic horror cinema. David Howard Thornton is both imposing and humorous as Thornton’s Art… Read More »