The Last Duel - Movie Review

Societally relevant

Halloween Kills - Movie Review

The Shape strikes back!

Lamb - Movie Review

Sneaky and deceitful

No Time to Die - Movie Review

A rousing final adventure

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins - 4K UHD REview

Not the movie it needs to be

Free Guy - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Super fun

Old - 4K UHD Steelbook Review

So slapdash amateur

The Night House - Movie Review

A spooky little journey into terror

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Smoke & Mirrors: The Story of Tom Savini - Movie Review

Smoke & Mirrors: The Story of Tom SaviniYou know you are getting old when this happens: a career-defining documentary about a celebrity whose work in horror films you grew up admiring.  Except they - like you - are no longer among the young.  The passing of time sucks in that way, my friends, but here we are . . . facing the wrong end  ...

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Mad Love: Warner Archive Collection (1935) - Blu-ray Review

The Hustle (2019)

Metallic hands and dark glasses!  There can be only one Dr. Gogol!   Maybe it is the warning that is issued as the film begins in total blackness or maybe it is the way that Peter Lorre is lit and filmed throughout this horror film, but Mad Love absolutely works its twisted ways in a modern viewing and ...

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Alien from LA (1988) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-Ray Review

Alien from LA (1988) Vinegar Syndrome ExclusiveOnce Upon a Time there lived a young woman named Wanda (Kathy Ireland.  You know the name.  Look up the number!) and she really wanted to change in order to please her surfer boyfriend.  She can change!  She wants to change! ...

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Demigod - Movie Review

Demigod

And that’s why it is a bad idea to eat the eye out of a freshly-killed deer. As a fan of Continuum and of Rachel Nichols’ portrayal as Kiera Cameron in that series (which was never given a fair shake), there was no way I was going to miss seeing her in a brand-new horror film.  Thankfully, Demigod is ...

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Val Lewton Double Feature - The Ghost Ship/Bedlam: The Warner Archive Collection (1943, 1946)

Val Lewton Double Feature - The Ghost Ship/Bedlam: The Warner Archive Collection

It’s time once again to hop in the WAY BACK MACHINE and go . . . way back to another age of Hollywood HIGHS and HORROR!   Pre-Code Hollywood fascinates me.  There are a lot of grand and wonderful films reflecting the true culture of the time period from 1930 – 1934.  Man, it must  ...

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Halloween Kills - Movie Review

Halloween Kills. . . and KILLS again! The nightmare isn’t over.  Far from it.  Of course, fans of Michael Myers already know this.  The Bogeyman can never be stopped from doing what it does.  In the capable hands of Director David Gordon Green and cinematographer Michael Simmonds, Haddonfield of 1978 comes  ...

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Lamb - Movie Review

LambGrief is a powerful force. Everyone knows it, and those who’ve experienced it, fear it. But never has the burden of its weight been illustrated with such heartbreak as it is in Lamb, a wild and woolly little folktale from A24, the wonderful little studio that brought us Midsommar and Hereditary ...

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The Hustle - Blu-ray Review

The Hustle (2019)The new comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson called The Hustle is an almost identical remake of the 1988 classic comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin - itself a remake of Marlon Brando’s Bedtime Story. I say “almost” because  ...

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F9 - Blu-ray Review

F9Climb in and enjoy the ride, suckas!  There’s no need for roads where this franchise is headed!  Space awaits!  Yes, this is where F9 heads and you will love the sheer ridiculousness of it all as the 9th film in the series gets both the FAST and the FURIOUS back on track, avoiding the Moonraker-sized  ...

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Dead Space: Limited Edition - Shout! Factory Exclusive (1991)

Dead Space: Limited Edition - Shout! Factory ExclusiveA cure for a virus has some serious consequences, especially when Dead Space is involved!  It’s big and its bad attitude gives it the upper hand in this . . . remake of a rip-off?!  Yup. There is an interesting cut which happens early in Fred Gallo’s Dead Space, a remake of Roger Corman’s ...

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