About Brundlefly Joe

Brundlefly Joe has acted in a few zero budget horror films, including playing the amazing Victim #2 in the short film "Daisy Derkins, Dogsitter of the Damned! (2008)." He has been busy creating film submission for Project 21 and other Philadelphia based film groups. Joe went to college for Film and Animation, and has made several short animation and film pieces. He loves to draw and paint and read; sometimes the same time! His passions include 1980's slasher movies, discovering new music, gobbling up Mexican food, buying stuff on Amazon, chilling with his lovely cat, watching movies involving Marvel superheroes, playing video games and cooking. He loves to cook. Like, a lot. Seriously. Brundleflies have four arms. He can cook two different dishes at the same time. He's great to have at parties. Just don't ask him to tenderize your food. He might get the wrong idea and go all Cronenberg on your plate.

A Dark Song Has A Beautiful Tempo

“A Dark Song” (2016) Directed by Liam Gavin. Starring  Mark Huberman, Susan Loughnane and Steve Oram.A grieving woman hires an occultist to guide her in performing a dangerous ritual that will allow her to communicate with her murdered child. In the opening scenes, a woman named Sophia Howard purchases a … Read More

The Void Is Far From Empty

The Void (2016) Directed by Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie. Starring Aaron Poole, Kenneth Welsh and Daniel Fathers.  After a grieving father seeks alternative methods to retrieve his deceased child from the grasp of Death, he spawns a nightmare of Lovecraftian terror that forces a small town cop, a plucky … Read More

Life Has A Faint Pulse

Life (2017)  Directed by Daniel Espinosa. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds. The crew of a space station orbiting Earth must fight for their lives after discovering an evolving and very hostile Martian life form. The opening shot of “Life,” a lengthy single take that travels through the International … Read More

From A House On Willow Street Feels Hauntingly Familiar

“From A House On Willow Street” (2016) Directed by Alastair Orr. Starring Catherine Blackman, Jonathan Jordaan and Alastair Orr. A group of criminals kidnap the teenage daughter of a wealthy family, then must face their own worst fears when the girl begins manifesting deadly supernatural abilities. This South African horror flick was originally … Read More

Rings Doesn’t End That Well

Rings (2017) Directed by F. Javier Gutierrez. Starring Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz, Alex Roe and Johnny Galecki. Vengeful spirit Samara Morgan returns to terrorize bland characters and leave rubbery faced corpses behind, but now she’s in a digital file instead of that banged up old videotape. Fancy!   Whether you’ve read Koji … Read More

This Split Is Just Bananas

  Split (2017). Directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Starring  James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Haley Lu Richardson.  A man with 23 personalities kidnaps three teenage girls as offerings to his emerging 24th personality, which he believes is a deadly monster with superhuman powers. Is he delusional or truly about to … Read More

Trash Fire Roasts Horror To Perfection

Trash Fire (2016) Directed by Richard Bates, Jr. Starring Adrian Grenier, Angela Trimbur, Fionnula Flanagan  and  Annalynne McCord. Owen, a haunted man with a mean streak, is forced to confront his horrifying past by reconnecting with his stern grandmother and scarred sister years after a tragic house fire claimed the lives of … Read More

You May Now Kiss–I Mean, Miss The Bride

The Bride (2016)  Directed by Marcello Daciano. Starring  Henriette Riddervold, Lane Townsend and Burt Culver.  A couple are accosted by baddies the day before their wedding. Both are killed, but faster than you can say “Eric Draven,” the bride returns to kick some bad guy ass after being possessed by … Read More

The Best Horror Films Of 2016

Here’s a look at the best films of 2016! From suspense thriller to supernatural menaces, these films are sure to shock the socks right off your feet…Unless you watch movies barefoot that is. Don’t Breathe Fede Alvarez’s follow up to his Evil Dead remake follows a trio of likable burglars … Read More