There are some good ideas in “Upgrade,” which make the movie interesting. I consider this a B-movie with some silly effects, but a lot of fun and nice acting going on. Writer/director Leigh Whannell (“Saw,” “Insidious”) and producer Jason Blum… Read More ›

A Quiet Place

There’s a certain type of movie-goers I’d like to define, based on box office results, and that type is what I always call: Horror Moths. Mostly for jump scares (the ones I’ve skipped for obvious reasons), I mock them with… Read More ›


I just found out that director Steven Soderbergh shot “Unsane” with the iPhone 7. Look at the quality and tone the iPhone has given to the movie, especially with its 4K app. Sometimes, it’s shot with with a blue filter,… Read More ›


I saw “mother!” at special premiere at Radio City Music Hall, marking the first time I’ve been there (shocking you may think). Getting inside was crazy: lines, security, criticism (no outside food/beverages and feet off the seat). I was left… Read More ›


“You’ll float too,” when you read my review of “It.” I’ve never watched the full mini-series of “It,” based on Stephen King’s novel, but I have checked out the scenes with Tim Curry as Pennywise the demon clown, and thought… Read More ›


Director Tobe Hooper has sadly passed away. This is my review of his movie “Poltergeist,” which I wrote on my old website in 2015. Here’s the opening to “Poltergeist”: a little girl named Carol Anne (Heather O’Rourke) wakes up at… Read More ›

It Comes at Night

“It Comes at Night” is a horror movie that doesn’t rely on jumpscares to tell a story. Its timing and vulnerability is equal to “Get Out” or “Split,” both made as mass market films. The one issue, and I’m sure… Read More ›

Alien: Covenant

In my review of last March’s alien bomb “Life,” I predicted Ridley Scott’s “Alien: Covenant” would be more entertaining, and I was right. In fact, it’s more entertaining than Scott’s predecessor “Prometheus.” This sequel of the prequel to the “Alien”… Read More ›

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