About Film Frenzy
The purpose of Film Frenzy is to provide a comprehensive site that offers reviews and features on all types of movies — past, present, and future. Here, cineastes as well as casual film fans will be able to find musings on movies from all decades and genres. While still a work-in-progress, Film Frenzy will eventually host a database containing reviews of thousands of motion pictures, from A (the hilarious Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein) to Z (the horrific Zoolander 2). And, of course, reviews of new theatrical, Blu-ray and DVD releases will continue to be added on a weekly basis.
Like any worthwhile movie site, Film Frenzy will provide reviews of the latest blockbusters and blockbuster wannabes, including those in the superhero and sci-fi fields. But if you’re a true film fan who enjoys digging deeper into the rich history of cinema, or simply need some video recommendations for a night spent on the couch, then search no more. Here, you’ll find classics such as Double Indemnity, classic clunkers like Night of the Lepus (that’s the one with the killer bunny rabbits), and everything in between. Clearly, Film Frenzy is your ticket for choice cinematic coverage.
About Matt Brunson
Matt Brunson is an award-winning film critic with over 30 years of professional experience. He was the sole movie reviewer for the alternative newsweekly Creative Loafing in Charlotte, NC. In addition to penning film-related content for CL since 1988, he also wore other hats at the publication over the years, including stints as Senior Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor, and Interim Editor-in-Chief. His work has appeared in various other publications, including Connect Savannah in Savannah, Ga., and he’s been interviewed about film for USA Today, NPR, and CBS. He’s the recipient of approximately a dozen awards from both the North Carolina Press Association and the North Carolina Working Press, as well as a lifetime achievement award from the 15 Short Film Festival.
Matt is also a longtime member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) and previously served as the organization’s President (2008-2010) and Vice President (2004-2008).