Nightmare Alley – Review

Maestro of horror and creatures digs deep into the psychology of man and discovers his newest evil, mankind itself and delivers something truly special in his newest outing, Nightmare Alley. Guillermo Del Toro is back, and steps away from the creatures of his past, his robotic monster killers, and his world of suspense to give us something much more intellectually disturbing, the power of man. Nig...[Read More]

Red Notice – Review

If you thought the pairing of Ryan Reynold and Dwayne Johnson was a match made in heaven… add Gal Gadot and you have nirvana. Red Notice is one of the best films of 2021. It’s a popcorn flick that will make you want to go back for seconds, even thirds. Only 15-minutes in and these were the comments heard from my family that joined me on this ride: “This reminds me of a Bond movie.” “Ryan Reynolds ...[Read More]

Silence of the Lambs – 31 Nights of Halloween

I mean, if you haven’t seen this genuine classic before I couldn’t possibly fathom why. Moving on though, if you have 4k capabilities the Kino Lorber release of Silence of the Lambs is the best the movie has ever looked. The colour grading, the erasing of the pixilation and grain, just everything about this new 4K release is exquisite and absolutely gorgeous. The Johnathan Demme movie The Silence ...[Read More]

Ready or Not – 31 Nights of Halloween

I am going to be brutally honest here, and tell you that when I went to go see Ready or Not in theatres opening week I thought I was going to be in for a mildly amusing schlocky gory comedy, and boy was I wrong. It was absolutely nothing I expected and in the best way possible. It was charming, funny, enlightening, bloody, and packed a wicked punch. Here I was expecting a middle of the road movie,...[Read More]

Landlocked – Nightstream Review

Sometimes a movie doesn’t have to be an adventure into chaos, or demon slaying mythic arts, but instead a window into the soul and the destruction around it. Landlocked is the latter, and it’s an interesting take to preserve memory and those thoughts and moments we hold near and dear to us. Landlocked is that exact movie, it focuses on Mason played by Mason Owens and written and directed by Paul O...[Read More]

Prevenge – 31 Nights of Halloween

Tonight’s 31 nights of Halloween watch was a revisit to a movie I saw in 2016 at the Toronto International Film Festival, and thought it was one of the funniest, wildest, craziest things I ever saw at the time, Prevenge written directed and starring Alice Lowe. When I revisited Prevenge tonight on Shudder, I saw a movie that definitely did not bring back the memories of five years ago, it feels he...[Read More]

Saloum – Fantastic Fest Review

Saloum is a wild trip taking place in Senegal in 2003, the action is intense, the story is captivating, and the twists are never seen coming. While the movie is short in its length, the story and action will linger with its audience much past the films ending. Saloum is a great entry into Jean Luc Herbulot’s filmography, and I cannot wait to see what else he has up his sleeve. There is so much inv...[Read More]

Alone with You – Fantastic Fest Review

Sign me right up for whatever Emily Bennett and Justin Brooks are planning on writing and directing from here on out, Alone with You is a masterclass in suspense, thrills, and acting. Eighty-three minutes of edge of your seat thrills, with terrifying undertones keeping you involved throughout the entire film, it is a rare occurrence to have something that engaging and captivating in today’s landsc...[Read More]

There’s Someone Inside Your House – Fantastic Fest Review

There truly is nothing more terrifying and creepier than having that eerie feeling that someone is watching you. Well, maybe being hunted and murdered by someone wearing your face can take the cake on that horror, and that is exactly what happens in There’s Someone Inside Your House. Someone is taking out the graduating class of Osborne Highand before doing so, makes sure to expose their deepest d...[Read More]

The Guilty – Review

When I first got The Guilty added to my preview content on Netflix I was excited. Being a tech I was drawn into the technology that Antoine Fuqua and his team assembled for the dispatcher desks. I don’t know if this is an exact replica of the actual LAPD call centre or not, but their attention to detail on what technology a dispatcher would use is bang on. While I was a little distracted by the te...[Read More]

Malignant – Theatrical Review

Malignant a form of cancer, emanating ill will, or quiet simply James Wan sick twisted mind is back in all its bloody excellence. While Malignant takes three vastly different approaches throughout the movie, switching between a weird B movie, to something truly despicable and ending with complete insanity that will leave audiences astonished. The movie focuses on the astounding and incredible Anna...[Read More]

First Look at Malignant from James Wan

James Wan returns to his roots after directing Aquaman and Furious 7 for a new horror thriller, Malignent. The film will release on September 10th. In the film, Madison is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities. “Malignant” stars Annabelle Wallis (“Annabelle,” “The Mummy”), Maddie Hasson (Y...[Read More]

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