From the trailer and everything I've read, "Pornography: A Thriller" looks to be an excellent, mindbending horror film debut.

It's unusual that low-budget movies take on post-apocalyptic themes, mainly because doing so requires more resources than they're usually privy to. This trailer for "Deadland", while perhaps a bit janky in parts, almost convinces me that I might enjoy it if I watched it.

First time writer/director Jasmine Yuen-Carrucan's taut 2008 thriller "Cactus" is a great example of how to balance suspense, shock, drama, and dark comedy without dividing your film into obvious, easy to swallow caplets. There's a definite ease in the way Yuen-Carrucan weaves this intriguing tale of a rugged delivery man and his snarky human cargo; scenes flow logically and seamlessly interconnect, as opposed to merely fitting together for the sake of the narrative at-large.

I've been making a point lately to send you guys in the direction of Indie horror films that actually look good.

"Timecrimes" is a Spanish time traveling thriller that has been making the festival circuit for quite some time now. The reactions have been mixed, and have ranged everywhere from "amazing" to "lukewarm". With the US DVD release now upon us, it's finally time for horror fans to sink their teeth into the film and decide for themselves.