Halloween (2018) - Movie Review

This is exactly what we wanted in a revisit to Haddonfield.

Betrayed - Movie Review

A weak script and even weaker performances

First Man - Movie Review

Strap in and hang on! First Man will take you to the moon

Bad Times at the El Royale - Movie Review

I wouldn’t hesitate to return for another stay at the El Royale

Skyscraper - Blu-ray Review

Skyscraper is indeed dizzying.

The Purge: 4-Movie Collection - Blu-ray Review

Keep telling yourself that it is only a movie

Solo: A Star Wars Story - Blu-ray Review

Have no fear, this far, far away galaxy is still in great shape.

Ocean's 8 (2018) - Blu-ray Review

The con is back on!

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Beneath A Blackened Moon: Spektor Baal’s Ancient Serpents and “Seed”

Dimi Kaye's Dangerous

Do you always drive by night?" She said, looking at him with a worrying gaze. "Yes." He took a drag from his half burned cigarette while gazing the city lights below. "Isn't that dangerous? Especially in your line of work?" She turned her eyes to the city ...

 

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Dracula 1972 AD (1972) - Blu-ray Review

Dracula A.D. 1972 - Blu-ray ReviewHammer Films shakes off the cobwebs with Dracula 1972 AD, their funkiest flick to date.  Never their best effort, this baptism of the walking dead is certainly entertaining in its effort to resurrect the original “Bat” man.  And our first glimpse of Christopher Lee resurrected  ...

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Schlock (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Schlock - Blu-ray ReviewIt’s time to go APE! Producer Jack H. Harris, with his long stretch of AWESOME and INFLUENTIAL monster movies, created quite the underground movement in cinema.  B-movie after B-movie came following in the wake of his successes ...

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The First Trailer for The Curse of La Llorona is Here to Steal Your Children

The Curse of La Llorana - Movie TrailerJames Wan is at it again. The horror mastermind behind the Saw and Conjuring series has brought us another trip into the supernatural with a new film he is producing called The Curse of La Llorona. And the trailer and a new poster were just made available from Warner Bros.  ...

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Slave of the Cannibal God (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Slave of the Cannibal God - Blu-rayLewd! Rude! Gutted and STEWED!  Because you can't look away!!! There are still lifeforms living in the jungles of New Guinea that we know nothing about.  New species are routinely being discovered, too.  To suggest that there it an unknown tribe of cannibals living ...

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Halloween (2018) - Movie Review

Halloween 92018) - Movie ReviewWhile it can be argued whether or not John Carpenter’s 1978 thriller Halloween was the birth-giver to the modern slasher sub-genre, one thing that is not even up for discussion is the influence the film has had on an entire generation of filmmakers and horror fans alike ...

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Trilogy of Terror: Special Edition (1975) - Blu-ray Review

Trilogy of Terror: Cpecial Edition blu-rayThe esteemed work of celebrated producer/director Dan Curtis (The Night Stalker, The Night Strangler) continues to roll out on blu-ray thanks to the fine 4K remastering efforts of Kino Lorber Studio Classics.  This week’s release tackles an anthology that, once seen ...

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More Than A Neon Paradise: Roxi Drive's Strangers Of The Night - Music Review

Roxi Drive

Sometimes in this life, we have to go back in order to find the right path forward.  Roxi Drive, returning to the synthwave scene after her first release of Girl on the TV does EXACTLY that with her first full length LP.  But there is something different this time out ...

 

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Johnny Gruesome (2018) - Movie Review

Johnny Gruesome - Movie ReviewBeing a high school student completely sucks.  Just ask Johnny Grissom (Anthony De La Torre).  No one understands him.  He’s a teenage rebel, for sure, and loses his shit over Manowar albums and really twisted horror flicks.  Hell, this dude could have been a friend of mine  ...

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Criterion Collection Announces Blu-ray Releases for January 2019

In the Heat of the NightCriterion just announced that it will be releasing five new titles from its collection that will be available on blu-ray this coming January. Among those are Norman Jewison's 1967 crime thriller In the Heat of The Night, and Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 noir thriller Notorious.

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