About Jon Mendelsohn
Jon Mendelsohn is a graduate of Ithaca College with a degree in film. He is a writer, filmmaker, and lover of anything and everything pop culture. When not writing or binge-watching Netflix, Jon loves to travel and find all the hottest foodie spots.
The Puppetman is a new horror flick that fails to convey an effective story or major scares. Here's CBR's review.
In an chat with CBR, filmmaker Scott Derrickson discussed creating the 'Dreamkill' segment for Shudder's horror anthology sequel V/H/S/85.
A single-location thriller, The Mill features important themes and a solid lead performance but suffers from major pacing issues. Here's CBR's review.
Elevator Game sloppily adapts an internet legend into a film, resulting in a clunky and confusing mesh of ideas. Here's CBR's review.
Norwegian horror flick Good Boy features a shocking storyline and plenty of jaw-dropping twists. Here's CBR's review.
Filmmaker Jacqueline Castel breaks down her feature film debut, My Animal, during an exclusive chat with CBR.
Filmmaker Carter Smith sat down with CBR for an exclusive chat regarding his new film, The Passenger.
Quicksand fails to offer anything new to a familiar subgenre of horror.
Sheroes has committed performers and a frenetic style, but the story is derivative and goes nowhere fast. Here's CBR's Review.
Filmmaker Kelly Kali had an exclusive chat with CBR, discussing the significance of casting and location in her new thriller film.
Brooklyn 45 has some entertaining elements, but the movie needed to push itself further to achieve greatness. Here's CBR's review.
Falcon Lake is a relatable and understated exploration of young love with a dream-like, supernatural element.
In an interview with CBR, Whitehall and Woodley speak about the process of building their characters and working with the filmmakers of Robots.
While American horror tends to rely on jump scares and gore, these Korean horror movies and TV shows on Netflix go for something deeper.
Sick of Myself is an intoxicating film that is funny and grotesque, with a fantastic performance at its core.
The Unheard contains many elements that should make it work, but the film ends up being an extremely slow and tedious supernatural thriller.
The Tutor is a mildly entertaining thriller that convolutes itself with too many twists. Here's CBR's Review