She Will Review

Shudder Originals varies from straightforward horror films like slasher films to ghost stories. Then there are the psychological horror films that have a specific bent to them that their filmmakers are trying to get across to the viewer. She Will is one of these kinds of films. It’s not for the faint of heart butContinue reading “She Will Review”

Lyle Lyle Crocodile Review

Hollywood has had a penchant for a while now to do animated films where the people are real and an animal is animated whether it be drawn animation or computer animation. Sometimes these films are based on the television shows like Yogi Bear and the Smurfs and other times they are based on literary charactersContinue reading “Lyle Lyle Crocodile Review”

The Banshees of Inisherin Review

The Writer/Director Martin McDonagh has been on a winning streak of late in his career with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Seven Psychopaths and In Bruges as his last three films. He has garnered a lot of critical acclaim for these movies and a lot of movie fans have loved them as well. The latterContinue reading “The Banshees of Inisherin Review”

Smile Review

It’s a rare thing that you as a movie fan see an original horror film that completely blows your mind. Even though the horror resonance is going on right now. It’s still rare to find something completely original so mind-blowing you’re shocked when you are walking out of the theater. Smile is that film forContinue reading “Smile Review”

Werewolf by Night Review

Marvel/Disney hasn’t been doing horror-themed shows or films ever since Kevin Feige started the MCU. Things are about to change with a Blade movie in production and little tea leaves that have been predicting a possible Midnight Sons shortly But first, we get to see Werewolf by Night rumored to appear in Moon Knight butContinue reading “Werewolf by Night Review”

Amsterdam Review

David Russell has had a handful of films in his career where he tends to work with the same actors over and over again. He does that once again in Amsterdam. Christian Bale and Robert Deniro feature prominently in the film, but he has a whole new cast of actors he’s never worked with beforeContinue reading “Amsterdam Review”

Dark Glasses Review

Dario Argento is an Italian director, who is considered one of the foremost directors in the horror genre. He has directed Susperia (1977), Deep Red, Tenebrae, and Phenomena in his career just to name a few. He even acted in a film earlier this year in the case of Vortex. His latest film in hisContinue reading “Dark Glasses Review”

Hellraiser (2022) Review

Hellraiser is considered one of the top five horror franchises by most people who follow horror. It has a long-standing reputation among fans as a very solid horror franchise. Like all the other horror franchises,   Hellraiser has been due for a reboot for a while. That time has finally come as the new Hellraiser is about to arriveContinue reading “Hellraiser (2022) Review”

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone Review

John Lee Hancock is a celebrated director of such films as The Blind Side, The Founder, and Saving Mr. Banks. His last film The Little Things wasn’t well received even though Jared Leto did garner some awards attention for his role in the film. His latest film, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, is a horror story producedContinue reading “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone Review”

My Best Friend’s Exorcism Review

Halloween season has started and some interesting films have come out from other studios and streaming services. This time out it’s Amazon’s turn to add their entry into this season of spooky and scary movies. My Best Friend’s Exorcism is another film in the teen horror genre but it’s also a period piece set inContinue reading “My Best Friend’s Exorcism Review”