Zombieland: Double TapThe road trip through the zombie apocalypse continues with Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland: Double Tap, which comes some ten years after his Zombieland caught the front end of the zombie resurgence in the ‘90s and rode it into undead lore. ...

Pumpkins (2019)When I think of pumpkin patches, I ALWAYS think of Linus from the Peanuts comic strip, sitting and just waiting for The Great Pumpkin’s arrival. Each and every Halloween night he is disappointed. There is no Great Pumpkin who awards good little children with candy and ...

Echoes of FearWe’ve all felt it. That feeling that crawls up the back of your neck and roosts in your heart, beating it solidly against your rib cage. You are alone in a house and yet you can’t shake the feeling that screams at you that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I have felt it more than enough times in ...

Gemini ManRarely does conventional wisdom hold in Hollywood. Particularly with regards to the notion that less is more and that simplicity is superior to elaborate embellishment. Take, for instance Jerry Bruckheimer, the titan of TNT, who subscribes to the theory that if a candle is needed ...

Holiday HellSometimes getting the perfect gift for someone requires a sacrifice. That’s where the horror anthology, Holiday Hell, comes into play. For us, it seems that waiting until the very last minute to get the perfect (and weird) gift for someone is one big payoff with a brand-new horror film ...

Joker (2019)Joker was frightening proposition for this reviewer, who has been a lifelong Batman fanatic. Firstly because it presumed to make the focus of its narrative on one of the greatest antagonists in storytelling history, without the hero; secondly because it wasn’t going to stick with ...

ReplaceKira feels alone. She seems to hide herself from the world. In fact, the world she chooses to live in feels slightly unreal; it’s as if it exists locked inside a dream. Everything is diffused in a hazy sort of reality . . . and she doesn’t dare scratch at the fibers ...

Art of the Dead

Beauty before bestiality! Greed. Envy. Gluttony. Lust. Sloth. Pride. Wrath.  We all recognize these words as the Seven Deadly Sins.  But what if these deadly sins were also the basis for a set of ...

The Day Shall ComeOpening Friday, September 27th at the Screenlands Crossroads in Kansas City is the follow-up work of Four LionsChris Morris.  While not as trong as his previous film, The Day Shall Come is still very hilarious and on-point as a small time Miami street preacher finds himself funded by the ...

Empathy, Inc.Damn.  Who hasn’t been flat broke before?  I dare say every single one of us has, at some point in our adult lives, been without money before.  In a way, the struggle humanizes us; makes us a bit more responsible.  Hopefully, it doesn’t dehumanize us as we, through the struggle ...

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