Wendell & Wild

A nice return for Henry Selick. 13 years after the release of “Coraline,” Henry Selick returns to stop-motion filmmaking with “Wendell & Wild,” which loves the comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele-A.K.A Key & Peele-so much, that his choice… Read More ›

Halloween Ends

This Michael Myers franchise is officially over. The 2018 “Halloween” movie, directed by David Gordon Green, was able to continue the story of how Jamie Lee Curtis’s Laurie Strode wants to end Michael Myers’ reign of terror. That was an… Read More ›

Hellraiser (2022)

This remake raises some Hell. Before I watched the reboot of “Hellraiser,” I had to travel back in time to see the 1987 version, who was directed by Clive Barker, who adapted his own novella “The Hellbound Heart.” It’s an… Read More ›


This can’t be happy all the time. I’m mixed about my experience with “Smile,” a horror film that’s sure to bring horror moths in time for the Halloween month. It has its ideas and performances to reel us in, but… Read More ›


Horror prequels don’t get as crazy as this psycho gets. You remember when Mia Goth played that evil old lady Pearl in “X” last March? Well, writer/director Ti West gave her a prequel film entitled “Pearl,” which he filmed back-to-back… Read More ›


Stupid choices and freaky people make for one fun horror film. “Barbarian” is a horror movie in which you don’t really know what to expect when you’re expecting. You know it has something to do with two strangers who apparently… Read More ›


An action movie that’s lion around. “Beast” is the better survival movie than last week’s “Fall,” which had to rely on typical cliches to make the film longer. But it still could have been more dangerous and exciting in terms… Read More ›

Bodies, Bodies, Bodies

The bloody lifestyles of the rich and dumb. “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” is an entertaining and wickedly funny wake-up call for those who hated “Very Bad Things” and “Rough Night.” These are dark comedies about people dying at parties. This time,… Read More ›


A campy good time at a bad camp. “They/Them,” starring Kevin Bacon and produced by Jason Blum, is a horror movie with a LGBTQIA+ theme and a campy attitude. It’s the directorial debut of John Logan, who also wrote it…. Read More ›


New faces, weapons, and themes levitate this Predator prequel. “Prey” is the prequel to the “Predator” franchise, which uses a Comanche theme to tell the story of how this iconic creature came to our planet. The setting is in 1719,… Read More ›

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