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
With Avengers: Endgame culminating a decade long stint for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the billion dollar production house now has the challenging task to keep the train rolling by introducing … Continue reading Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – REVIEW
For how popular and notable the characters of DC Comics are, their recent foray into an extended universe of movies has been less than stellar. Commercially these movies usually do … Continue reading The Suicide Squad – REVIEW
A meditative medieval experience that ponders the value and merit of risking your life for honor.
A twisting, turning, smartly written heist caper from the man who knows a think or two about heists, Steven Soderbergh. Set in 1950s Detroit on the cusp of a social … Continue reading No Sudden Move – QUICK REVIEW
Disney, the media juggernaut determined to purchase, retool and reboot every known intellectual property under the sun, is currently entangled in the unfortunate trend of turning their beloved classic animated … Continue reading Cruella – REVIEW
I’m pretty sure this film is what my mom imagined I was doing every time I said I was going out with friends. Midsommar is a 2019 horror film directed … Continue reading Midsommar-REVIEW