Alright, so I missed the boat slightly on the creepy season sadly... but I worked my butt off writing this article so it's going up regardless! Let's talk about all the great horror movies that the 2010s had to offer: from the creepy crawlies to the subtle yet chilling. Join me as I reminisce!
'Justice League' has caused quite the commotion among comic book fans over the last few years; between switching of directors from Zack Snyder to Joss Whedon, reshoots and rewrites, & now the controversy raised by Ray Fisher. But how does the 2017 film hold up before we get a new version next year.
Sandler supposedly vowed to make the worst movie of all time if he was snubbed at the Oscars for his performance in 'Uncut Gems'... This definitely isn't the worst movie of all time, or even the worst of his filmography, but he seems to be trying to do terribly again.
When the DC film production studio was trying to play catchup with Marvel, they made the tactical move of hitting the fast forward button on their second installment of their latest cinematic universe. Cramming in as much setup they could fit in a three hour runtime... Worth it? Let's find out!
In 2017 we were gifted with a hilarious dark comedy written by Brian Duffield & directed by McG, 'The Babysitter'! Starring the unbelievably talented & beautifully beautiful Samara Weaving who is beautiful & beautiful & also evil as the titular Babysitter. Can this sequel rekindle that same spark?
Christopher Nolan is a masterclass writer/director; can he save the cinemas from financially collapsing with his latest feature? Will his new film be the greatest of all greats and great the greatest great of great films?! I mean... Why don't you lovely readers hop on in here and find out?
Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' was the launch of the current DC cinematic universe, but was it a good one? It's been seven years now, so maybe a revisit is in order! Join me as I take a look at the good and not so good qualities that make up this origin story reboot.
The comic book movies of DC have made a turnaround lately with the fans, but things weren't looking so bright nearly a decade ago with the release of 2011's 'Green Lantern'. Is it possible that maybe we were too harsh? No. The answer is still no... But why don't we take a look as to why!
1992's 'Candyman' is one of my favorite horror movies to come out of the 1990s! So how does the 1995 direct follow-up stack against its predecessor? Are we treated to more of what makes the titular horror villain so iconic or are we going downhill to the realm of crap? Hop on in and let's talk!
'Candyman' is beloved by horror fans all around the globe and I'm certainly one of the many. Seeing how there's a remake on its way into the public soon... MAYBE... It seems to me that it might be time to take a look back at what made this early '90s horror flick so special!
'Silent Hill' is a beloved video game franchise, but not particularly a beloved film franchise. Last week we took a look back at the original 2006 movie adaptation of the games, so now let's see what the 2012 sequel has to offer!
One of many video game-movie adaptations in a long line of disappointments. Although, is 2006's 'Silent Hill' actually a diamond in the ruff? How about we talk about it and see what value we can find here?!
Paul Verhoeven's 1990 action classic starring Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the best around... So how does the 2012 remake compare? Not great! But instead of letting it slide, why don't we have a little chat about it? Come on in and let's see what's wrong with this mediocre blunder!
Action movies... Who doesn't love them? Nobody, that's who! And if you don't, you concern me. Regardless, let's take a step back in time a couple decades to revisit what I consider to be a somewhat underrated decade for the action genre to see what the 1990s best and brightest action had to offer!
Conan is a simple man with a simple plan... Kill the jerk who murdered his father, rescue the pretty princess, and save the world! But is it good? Let's have ourselves a little talky talky about the matter!
Charlie's Angels are at it again with a brand new reboot... sort of. Last year anyways... Close enough! Will these three kick-ass ladies with attitude beat the baddies and save the day? Probably. Let's find out!
There's another 'Norm of the North' sequel, therefore... I'm going to watch it. Because I'm an idiot. Is this the one that changes my mind though? Will this make me into a believer of the Norm of the North franchise? Will I be saved?! I dunno. Why don't you click on in here an find out!
Pixar has been knocking it out of the park since 1995 with their debut picture, 'Toy Story'. Can the legendary studio do it again with their latest flick 'Onward'? Why are we even asking? Let's just find out! BE WARNED: I talk about something sad in my life. And yes, there is context.
The first movie... A classic! The second movie... should have also been a classic! Why isn't it? Well there's only one way to find out. Talking about the movie. Duh! So do you wanna do it? Let's do it. C'mon! Don't be chicken. I promise it'll be fine. Might have some fun. Just do it... Please?
Is 'Predator' one of the greatest action-horror films ever made? Or is it over-hyped nonsense? What do you think? The former, of course! But why end the conversation there? Let's talk about this classic and what makes it so awesome.
Writer of 'Saw', 'Insidious', 'Dead Silence', and 'Upgrade' now brings us a whole new reason to be afraid. Or maybe just me. Either way, let's take a look at the stalker-thriller to change all stalker-thrillers.
There's a new 'Invisible Man' movie out! I wonder if it'll be as good as when John Carpenter and Chevy Chase had a go at the material. Let's find out!
DC treats us to another entry from their cinematic universe, are we still on the path of glory riding along the success of their last theatrical ventures or are we misfiring again? Let's take a look!
Star Wars has been a huge part of pop culture for the last forty years and now stands as one of the most controversial topics on the internet with opinions split right down the middle. Shall we discuss this? With a little help from lifelong Star Wars fan interviewees, let's talk about Star Wars!
We already looked at the best... Care to take a look at the rest?
There was a lot of films from 2019 that deserve massive love, so here's me doing exactly that. Maybe slightly later than the rest of the world, but here it is now. Better late than never!
It's been a few weeks since reviewing, but it's a brand new year and I'm back with a brand new movie review. Do the Bad Boys overcome the next set of baddies and will it be as awesome as what came before? Let's find out!
'Star Wars' is concluding the latest trilogy in 'Rise of Skywalker'. Does it wrap everything up in a tight little bow? Why don't we have a chat about that!
The 2010s are coming to a close, why not take a look at the worst movies this decade had to offer and have a good cry!
The 2010s are coming to a close, why not take a look at the best movies this decade had to offer!
Actress turned director, Elizabeth Banks, says that the box office failure of her 'Charlie's Angels' reboot reinforces the stereotype that men don't support women in action flicks. How true are her claims and is there a way to investigate the matter further? Let's find out together!
'Frozen' (2013) was a massive wave that blew away the world with its heartfelt story and catchy songs. Six years later we now have a sequel to unfairly hold up to such high standards set by the original. Can it measure up?
1994 was a year that wowed a nation with the now classic animation, 'The Lion King.' Fifteen years later, Disney has added the title to their long line of live-action remakes. Does it pay respect to the original justly or does it pale in comparison? Let's talk about it!
Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' has gone down in history as one of the greatest horror masterpieces of all time. Nearly 40 years later, we now have a sequel. Does it match up as another spooky tale or an unnecessary continuation?
'Zombieland' is a beloved cult classic. Ten years later we got ourselves a sequel. A good sequel? A bad sequel? A sequel sequel that sequelizes a sequel that sequels more than any other sequel? I don't know, why don't you click yourselves on in here to find out?
As we all know, Stephen King is no fan of Stanley Kubrick's cinematic adaptation of his original book. However, how many remember that in the mid-1990s King actually made an attempt to rectify that mistake with his own remake? This is the result of when a man simply wants a more faithful adaptation.
'Breaking Bad' shook a nation with its epic television run from 2008 to 2013. Now, six years later, the world of 'Breaking Bad' returns to the living room screens. Is it a solid continuation of the show or does it let us down like a bad batch? Come on in and let's talk about it!
'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' being adapted from page to motion picture, does the film succeed in just being as terrifying as its source material? Or do we have another dud in the long line of cinematic novel adaptations? I dunno, why don't you click on in here and see what I have to say?
Halloween is the most Halloween that Halloween has ever Halloweened and I love Halloween, so let us Halloween this list of Halloween movies to determine what Halloween is the most Halloween out of the whole Halloween bunch... These are the best Halloween films of all time!
In the recent great Stephen King resurgence, we were presented with a reboot of 'IT' in 2017 to massive acclaim. Now, after two years of waiting, we finally get the much anticipated sequel. Is it just as good? Better? Worse? Let's find out together, shall we?
Another day, another interpretation of the Joker projected onto the big screen. Is Joaquin Phoenix one of the best since the best? Or is he another name to add to the long list of Clown Princes of Crime?
Rob Zombie is back with a vengeance in his latest film outing, '3 From Hell'! Does it live up to his horror masterpiece, 'The Devil's Rejects'? Or does it fall in line with the majority of his other pictures? Why don't you come on in and find out for yourselves...
Do you have an insatiable love for the dead? Well, then you better see a professional about that while I discuss my top ten favorite horror films! Seriously, that's a problem. Don't do that... It's weird.
RoboCop is an iconic action film of the 1980s. I love the movie to death. Therefore, I feel the need to write endlessly about the movie because "nanna nanna boo boo!"
Ones from the streets and the other is rocking the silk sheets, but who is the better con artist? Who cares.
The Chuckster is at it again with an all new cinematic reboot. This time rather than attempting to transfer his soul into the body of a human, Chucky simply wants a friend... Until the end.
In the year 1978, Jennifer Hills was brutally raped. In a fit of savage rage, she sought revenge on her assailants. Decades later, Hills and her daughter find themselves in a similar torment as the family of her victims now seek vengeance upon her.
A white guy pretends to be a black woman on radio. I don't see anything wrong here...
In-laws can be a real nightmare, but these ones are murder! Grace learns the hard way that a game of "hide & seek" may not be so innocent when the family's true agenda is to hunt her down in a deadly game of "cat and mouse" until dawn.
Once upon a time... there was a crazy Octavia Spencer that started hanging with the cool kids... until she had other plans for the cool kids... and the cool kids learn the importance of the motto "stranger danger"!
Annabelle comes home... eats some cake... devours some souls. Ya know... the usual!
Norm is a talking polar bear that goes on wacky adventures with his annoying lemming pals, this time he goes to China. There's also a thing about a wedding. Whatever. Doesn't matter.
There once was a big buff bald man that teamed up with a smaller buff bald man with his beautifully deadly sister & they killed a lot of people. In the midst of the killing spree, they come across a Terminator Elba who wants to destroy the world. Only ones who can stop him are our ass kicking trio.
Once upon a time... there was a thing that happened in Hollywood with a not so happy ending. Several years later, a director named Quentin Tarantino imagined a funny little way to change history.
It's another Marvel movie again this year, will it also be good like most of the other Marvel movies that come out? Why don't ya click yourselves on in here and find out!
I just realized, the title of the movie is kind of a lie... they physically fight once and then they're pretty much working together for the rest of the runtime... Hollywood is full of lies! Just kidding, this flick is fun.
Hellboy is Hellboying once again with his Hellboy ways of Hellboying a Jovo-Witch in which he needs to Hellboy her.
It's Tim Burton. It's Dumbo. Should be solid, right?
The Men AND Women in Black are back at it again in this ALL NEW, TOTALLY ORIGINAL summer blockbuster extravaganza! I'm lying, this is garbage. There's nothing new or original to this, it is a modern summer movie to pay no mind to and pass the time until something better pops on.
Stallone is back at it again with a plan to escape that of which escape is impossible, but the escape plan will ensure their escaping of that in which they wish to escape... Look, it's a direct-to-video sequel that barely even has Stallone in it. Don't let the advertisements fool you.
Aladdin is back and more three dimensional than ever!
Stop me if you've heard this one before... an alien, humanoid baby crash lands on Earth and is taken in by a loving couple that live on a farm. As the boy grows into his teen years he discovers that he's faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and can kill anyone he wants.
Once upon a time... there was an evil S.O.B. of the 1970s that savagely mutilated and murdered several women. Could it have been this seemingly innocent and charming young Ted Bundy fella? Nah! Probably not. Never even heard that name before. Sounds like a cool guy to me.
Madea. Funeral. Infidelity. Secrets. Shenanigans. What more could one ever want...
The detecting of detection with the help of detecting Detective Pikachu, who so happens to be a detective who detects... things.
Godzilla is back and he's hungry for some ass-whooping.
Six minds. A death trap of a maze. The clock is ticking. Who will escape?
I finally caught my breath after the screening of 'John Wick: Chapter 3'. John Wick has a lot of people to kill and there's no time to waste!
Billy Batson is given the power of a God as long as he says that power's name... Shazoo! No. Wait. I mean, Shazaa!! Shazbill!!! Shazummm... Shaztla? Shazbaloo?? Shazberry??? Sha-something.
A small family moves down to Stephen King's favorite state, Maine, where they find out that sometimes dead is better. Will they figure that out in time before the demise of everything they know and love?
Abby Johnson realizes the true horrors of Planned Parenthood. What she sees... changes everything. Supposedly. *WARNING* There is some graphic imagery displayed within this article pertaining to certain scenes that occur in the movie involving abortions. You have been warned.
Marvel Studios has just released their biggest landmark film to date with 'Avengers: Endgame', so I figured it was time to write up my own thoughts on the 22 entries of the MCU and order them from what I think is the worst to the greatest in my own personal list!
It's the big one! Here I am, back for an official review for the first time in a month. As per usual, late with my thoughts, but whatever. You already saw the movie opening night anyways.
I'm back, baby! And I'm here to talk endlessly about all that entails the 'Halloween' franchise between 1978 to 2018. Is it all masterful works of terror or a bunch of duds? The answer is yes.
Hiccup and Toothless are on their last adventure, a quest to find the Hidden World of dragons as they flee from the tyranny that follows closely behind!
Can Jordan Peele strike gold twice in a row within the horror genre? Let's find out with his latest directorial efforts in 'Us'.
A look into the events that transpired before the story that took place in John Carpenter's monster classic in 1982's 'The Thing'.
Emmet Brikowski and the gang are at it again, in the middle of the chaos and need to save their world from total annihilation!
I take a look at probably what is the best horror remake ever made, in John Carpenter's 1982 classic, 'The Thing'.
Five ex special force soldiers go into the Amazon jungle to steal the fortune of a wealthy cartel crime lord and take him out of the game for good.
Up in the isolated arctic at an American outpost, there's an alien that wakes up from a deep sleep, freed from a frozen block of ice and wanting the blood of humans. Can our heroes survive and get the girl by the end of it all?
Tree is back in a time loop, fighting for her life. Only this time in a parallel universe! So which life-line will Tree choose to fight for? The one she knows as her own with all of its faults or the one she longs for.
Vers is a space cop with amnesia and she has to take on shape-shifting aliens with the help of Nick Fury to save the galaxy!
The sequel to the block-dudster thud, 2016 'Norm of the North', Norm has to prove once again that he is worthy of being king. All he needs to do is thwart some bank robbers and play some hockey!
A group of young college kids on a road trip through rural Texas, on the way to a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert, come across a family of cannibalistic maniacs. As ya do!
Aaron comes back to his hometown after his father passes away to help his grieving mother, but soon stumbles across a magic artifact that makes all his wishes come true... at a price! DUN DUN DUN!!
Tobe Hooper's 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' is one of the greatest horror films of all time. No duh... so I felt like having fun with diving into my own thoughts on this horrifying classic!
Natalie wakes up inside of a world straight out of a romantic comedy with everyone in her life playing the stereotypical supporting cast as she must find love in order to escape back into her own reality.
After doing a little research and revisiting a certain sub-genre, I started wondering... what exactly happened to zombie movies? So I take a look back into their history in film and discuss, step by step, exactly what brought the flesh-eaters to the state that they're in now.
Recently I took a long look at George A. Romero's 1978 horror classic, now I conduct another long winded analysis, this time on the Zack Snyder 2004 remake. Is it the modern horror classic that everyone seems to have heralded it as? Let's find out!
In the year 2563, Alita is resurrected from the ashes and must figure out who she is. Facing off against deranged cyborg killers and maniacs that live high in a floating city above, all so she may finally remember her own name and where she came from.
I take a special look into the extended cut of the 1978 George A. Romero classic! Zombies and bikers and shopping. Oh my! *WARNING* This is a long, in-depth analysis. A.k.a. I got a lot to say.
The art world of high society grows thinner as haunted works of art come to life, killing greedy socialites one by one.
Well, it looks like there's another group of criminals that don't realize that it's not in their best interest to mess with Liam Neeson's family. However, does 'Cold Pursuit' supply a little more than what we've seen before?
I take one last look back at all of what film had to offer in 2018, as I believe there to be hidden gems that deserve the spotlight!
The Black Kaiser is an assassin only two weeks from retirement, but can he live that long?
Baker Dill is a simple man living on a tropical island running a small fishing business. One day he is given a deadly proposition to kill a woman's husband for 10 million dollars. Does he choose to accept her offer or will he decline so he may continue the chase for something else he truly desires?
The 2019 Oscar nominees have been announced not too long ago so I figured I would discuss my thoughts on the matter.
I have a bone to pick with the Razzie Award nominations for this year and this is my rant on that!
My 10 LEAST favorite picks out of 200 films I saw that were released from 2018.
My 20 personal favorite picks out of 200 films I saw that were released from 2018.
Tragedy strikes a scientist's life when his whole family is killed in a car accident, so he must find a way to bring his family back through bending the natural law of death.
The long awaited sequel to Unbreakable. Crumb and his split personalities are reigning terror again only to be thwarted by David Dunn. In the mix, they both wind up in a mental facility along with the diabolical Mr. Glass. Together they must figure out if they're insane or superhuman.
When young Susie Bannion joins a world-renowned dance company, strange things start happening to the dancers. Madame Blanc and her staff seem to be up to something diabolical as the girls are haunted by supernatural forces.
Tony Lip is a wise guy Italian living in 1960s New York City working as a bouncer. Until Dr. Don Shirley, an African-American classical pianist, hires him as his personal driver to cover a tour in the South where it is not very safe for the black community. Will this trip end in anger or friendship?
This is the part where I usually include a plot synopsis of the film. Too bad there is no plot. This is Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly dressed up as Sherlock Holmes and John Watson while they perform endless sophomoric adlibbing, scream violently at the top of their lungs, and poor physical comedy.
Decades before the events of the previous Transformers films, BumbleBee crash lands on planet Earth to find refuge for his fellow Autobots. After going into hiding, he is discovered by an 18-year-old girl named Charlie, and they form a close bond while dangers start lurking among her world.
Henri 'Papillon' Charriere is framed for murder and sentenced to life within a penal colony in French Guiana on an island named Devil's Island. Forming an uneasy alliance with convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega in exchange for protection, Dega assists Papillon in his attempts for escape.
Set in early 18th century England, Abigail enters the Queen's domain to become a servant in assistance to her cousin, Sarah, who is governing the country as the Queen has fallen ill. During Abigail's stay, things between the three grow to be complicated as trust, loyalty and love are in question.
When an unknown entity creates a global epidemic that drives people insane and forces most to commit suicide, the survivors must fend for themselves. The only way to stay alive is by not looking at the beings that are causing this apocalyptic event to occur, essentially making the whole world blind.
Stefan, a young game programmer takes on the task of adapting an interactive fantasy novel into a video game. From there, things seem a bit off in his life as he feels he has lost control of his own actions while someone else is pulling the strings; resulting in him slowly slipping into madness.
Pete and Ellie are a loving couple that one day decide to take on the responsibility of fostering three children, soon realizing that it's not quite as easy as they thought it would be.
Miles Morales is an average teenage boy that happens to stumble across a devious plot that endangers not only his reality but other dimensions as well. In the chaos, he develops similar powers of Spider-Man himself and must work with Spider-Men of other realities to stop Kingpin's plans.
Michael Moore is at it again with his newest documentary that tackles issues regarding our nation; whether it be in politics or other crises that plague the United States currently, as well as attempting to bring certain information to light about President Donald Trump with how he gained office.
When it seems that an all-out war will rage between the people of the land and the beings of the sea, Arthur Curry (Aquaman) must put an end to this rivalry by challenging his half-brother, King Orm, for the throne.
Not to be confused with the 2014 documentary about Roger Ebert. This is the story of life itself with all the twists and turns that occurs within it, as well as the effects it holds on loved ones from one generation onto the next. Life... uhh uhh... finds a way. Que the Jurassic Park theme!
It's been a couple decades since Mary Poppins originally looked after the Banks children. Now that they've grown and Michael has children of his own, Poppins is back to help the Banks family through their current struggles in life with magic and proper care.
The year is 1969. The place is the run down El Royale hotel. The players are a priest, a singer, a vacuum salesman, a hippy, a cult leader, and a concierge. The night is anything but ordinary as secrets are uncovered and madness ensues.
A recently widowed wife raising her daughter alone has come to a crisis of faith when she hits a financial struggle to keep her home. She also meets a race car driver that tries to date her.
"White Boy Rick" is just a teenage boy growing up in the suburbs of Detroit during the 1980s. He works for his dad in a questionable career of selling guns when one day the FBI sees an opportunity to use Rick in order to bring down the drug gangs that flooded the streets at the time.
For many years, we strived to travel to the moon. This is the story of the man who succeeded in that mission and made the first step on the moon's surface. But in order to accomplish that goal, it took many failures to get it all right for Neil Armstrong and his team.
Some time has passed after the events of the first movie and Grindlewald has escaped and wishes to continue his plan to use young and confused wizard Credence in order to propel his plans for a pure blood wizarding world. It is up to Newt Scamander and his friends to stop him.
Stephanie is a shy single mother who makes friends with another mother, Emily, who is extremely blunt as well as wealthy. One day, Emily goes missing, leaving Stephanie and Emily's husband to figure out where she disappeared to. From there, a set of twists and turns ensue in this mystery.
Dinesh D'Souza, once again, releases a "documentary" claiming the Democratic party is full of racism, tyranny, and Nazism. The only way to save our country is to be a Republican.
Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves in the jungle, has come of age and must prove himself worthy to be part of the pack. If he fails then he will be forced out and left to be the prey of the blood thirsty tiger, Shere Khan.
Grace Manning is a 20-something alcoholic that was left in charge as a toy company's C.E.O. But when she makes the naive decision to discontinue the "Eve" doll, her own "Eve" doll comes to life in order to teach her the error of her ways and save the "Eve" doll toy line!
When a yeti goes on the search for the 'smallfoot', he comes across a human and together they try to enlighten the yeti village that they are not alone!
All seems to be going well for Adonis Creed after his fight with 'Pretty' Ricky Conlan; his boxing career is flourishing and his makeshift family seems closer together than ever. Until Ivan Drago and his son Viktor come to America to challenge Adonis, causing a whirlwind of conflict for everyone.
When a woman's husband and daughter are brutally murdered by a violent criminal gang, there is only one thing is she lives for...revenge. Five years after the act, she sets out to eliminate all who were responsible for her family's death and also those who stood in the way of seeking justice.
A police officer comes to a special unit, led by James Silva, for assistance to be smuggled out of the country, and in return will supply Silva's team with information on a planned terrorist attack. From there, Silva and his highly trained operatives have to get the officer across town alive.
Boy meets girl. Girl falls for boy. Boy takes girl to Singapore to meet his ridiculously rich family at a wedding where they constantly judge and berate her for being an outsider of their social circle. Girl is in some serious trouble!
When a shy young girl, Kayla Day, reaches her last week of eighth grade, she goes through her own personal odyssey of self-discovery amidst preparing for high school while dealing with her own anxieties.
In a world where puppets are sentient beings that coexist with humans, one puppet private detective gets mixed into a string of murders. In order to find the killer, he must team up with his ex-partner. They come across quirky characters and a whole lot of puppet death that needs solving.
When a drug addicted and alcoholic musician, Jackson Maine, discovers an up and coming singer, Ally, in a bar one night, he finds a rekindled passion in his music as they slowly fall for one another. From there, he must battle his own demons while she becomes a star on the rise.
If you like fifteen minutes worth of story briefly sprinkled into an hour and forty-five minutes of really obnoxious adlibbing, then this is for you!
"Venom" is good...but I've also seen this year's "Upgrade".
The story of the legendarily praised band Queen and its lead singer Freddy Mercury... which seems to be relatively generic.
A story with a lot of red... a lot of dead... and certainly a lot of redemption. The plot takes place twelve years prior from the first game, now starring character Arthur Morgan as the protagonist; a major part of Dutch Van Der Linde's gang as they are being hunted by lawmen and outlaws alike.