A supernatural tale that’s more soothing than scary, offering a uniquely absurd take on parental grief and nature seeking revenge.
You know, Friday the 13th always confused me. When discussing the grand echelon of classic slasher movies, it always seems to find its way into the conversation with the likes … Continue reading Friday the 13th – REVIEW
A discernible universal groan can be heard whenever Hollywood announces a remake, reboot or continuation of a classic horror series. “Hollywood is out of ideas!” the masses cry, and while … Continue reading Candyman (2021) – REVIEW
James Wan has been the mind behind some of the biggest and most successful horror franchises of the modern era, including Saw, Insidious and The Conjuring. I’ve always found him … Continue reading Malignant – QUICK REVIEW
Oh A24, what are you doing? False Positive is dynamite distributor A24’s latest foray into the psychological thriller genre, following a couple struggling to have a baby and an uber-confident … Continue reading False Positive – QUICK REVIEW
Just barely falling under my radar, Gaia is an eco-horror film that follows a park ranger and two jungle nomads as they prepare for Mother Earth to exact vengeance on … Continue reading Gaia – QUICK REVIEW
Back in 2013, The Conjuring became one of the most successful horror films of all time during a period where the horror genre had stagnated in the public eye. Directed … Continue reading The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – QUICK REVIEW
Often incomprehensible, constantly jarring and unexplainably insane. Issa good time. House is one of those movies where it doesn’t matter what it’s about. It’s a movie not to be so … Continue reading House (1977)- QUICK REVIEW