Night Night

Trisk's latest in depth review is live, and this week it is Night School!

It's a very early 80s slasher movie that's slow and methodical, has a bit of a giallo flavour to it, and while it's a bit too slow at times, it's pretty solid and well shot.

But read all my thoughts at the link!

Emma Pondering

Things Change

For our sharp eyed viewers, all two of you still here, will have noticed a change, when I remember to do it right, to how I sign off my posts.  It was J for obvious reasons for years, then it became N after I came out as trans and picked the name Nicole, and in recent weeks it's been C, because a couple months ago I changed yet *again* to the name Caitlin.

It was literally my top pick for a name for THE longest time, until Nicole jumped ahead at the very last second.  It didn't leave my mind though, and I figured after a year, if it was still poking my thoughts, I should at the very least, try it on to see how it feels, and get it out of my system.  I also am trying to not be annoying and change my name every three days and have to change everything everywhere over and over again.

And it really does feel good.  Not sure if it's right, but it does have a nice ring to it.

So yeah, Caitlin, Cait, Caity, Cat, s'all good.

Caitlin Grey

Oh Hell No

Trisk has updated with our first review for August, and we are back to the world inspired by Clive Barker, and Hellraiser: Hellworld.

It's got Henry Cavill, Katheryn Winnick, Khary Payton, and Lance Freakin' Henriksen.  A stellar cast elevate an odd script, and made a bad Hellraiser movie a fun moviie in and of itself.

Check out my words!


I Scream You Scream

Trisk has a new in depth review, a previously unreleased 80s scifi noir movie called, Primal Scream.

It's a fun little story that maybe needs a BIT more explanation for an overly convoluted plot, but for the most part it's solid.

But check out all my words!


Avoid the Aquanoid

Trisk is back to keep the summertime fun rolling, as we hit the beach for a belated fourth of July celebration as a creature terrorises the beach and the authorities refuse to close things down in Aquanoids

...What movie did you think I meant?


Catacombo Break!

Trisk has a new review up, and to finish off the month, I took a look at a Full Moon related film called Catacbombs.

It features Ian Abercrombie and a demon possessed albino who wreaks havoc on anyone who actually bothers to take the long walk to where he's chained up for the entirety of the movie.

Yeah, that doesn't sound like a good plan...

But check out my words for yourself!



Trisk is updated with it's latest review for the week, an 'obscure even by my standards" science fiction movie called Hyper Space.

It's basically a 'lifeboat' situation when things go wrong and only one can survive.

Check it out!