There are so, so many things you should not do if you are in a horror movie, but above all else don’t look at the thing you shouldn’t look at.
We’ve got fun and games. (And horror movies.)
I felt like making friends and getting positive comments, so I decided to do a ranking list.
This movie kicks ass.
There’s never a bad time to talk about censorship, especially when you’re talking about horror!
A good movie that reminds us maybe the movies aren’t always the safest place to be, especially when a killer is killing people in the audience dead.
If you click the link to this review 5 times while staring in the mirror, I appear behind you and say “thanks for clicking.”
Not that kind of Teddy, or the other kind of Teddy. It’s just a guy named Teddy. Life is boring sometimes. But this movie isn’t!
And yet: It’s a pleasure to watch. Lee bless.
For anyone in search of a “Luca” alternative.
Do you have the urge…to purge?
When you are a horror journalist and you are also a dad, you think about movies like this one on Father’s Day. (And most days.)
Nothing amusing here at all, in fact, except for the story of how a bunch of Lutherans hired GEORGE ROMERO to make a PSA for them.
Call me a pilgrim to Gomorrah if you will, for though I did not compose this title, I do embrace and endorse it.
“Sounds” an awful lot like derivative, inventive, but empty cacophony to me, emphasis on the “phony.” (Zing.)
More like “The Abominable Dr. Vibes,” y’know?
Hear me out: I really like crappy movies that aren’t crappy at all, because there’s no accounting for taste.
I’ve heard and seen some reactions to this movie that I disagree with strongly! It’s a good movie!
“One thing about living in Six Mile Hill I never could stomach: All the damn vampires.”
You’ll want to banish yourself to Shudder to watch this movie right away.