“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?
You’ll want to banish yourself to Shudder to watch this movie right away.
Nothing to mend a marriage like a vampire bite and a mounting pile of corpses.
Not the kind you eat. In fact I’m still not 100% sure what melons have to do with [redacted] at all.
First: Please everyone bow to Matt Patches, one of my editors, who made the .gif as the header for this piece. It is truly breathtaking. Second: Watch these movies! Yes, the final entry is an example of Andy fudging his own rules, but I wrote the fucking thing, and you’re not the boss of me. …
Weird, it almost feels like we’re reliving the same day over and over again as I talk about this movie over and over again.
There are better ways to fall asleep at night, but there are also worse ways!
Horror is so elevated that I’m not sure how anyone can lift it any higher without taking it through the ozone layer and sucking all the life out of the genre.
I think Peter Steele said it best when he sang “Everything Dies.”
Unspeakable horror! I mean, I guess we spoke about it, but you get the point, right?
In which I Peele back the layers on the Twilight Zone”s modern day revival, now in its second season.
A movie with a title this fun shouldn’t turn out this frustratingly amateur. Big wasted opportunity, if you ask me.
Spend your summer indoors watching things that are not produced by Marvel: Spooky things, violent things, horny things, bone-crunching things, and things that are combinations of each of these.
Back on FX and staking its claim as pretty much the best horror show you’ll find on television.
But who is “we,” and why are we-they summoning any darkness at all? That’s the question.
Hey, I’m just as shocked as you are that they went with my suggested headline, but life’s just full of surprises.
Spoiler alert: Don’t actually come to daddy, he’s going to try to kill you with a meat cleaver. It’s not his fault; he’s very, very drunk, and he’s also Stephen McHattie. (Or IS HE?!)
So far, when it comes to Joe Begos and the movies that Joe Begos makes, I’m 2 for 4; I like Bliss, I like VFW (though I like it less than Bliss), and I remember liking Almost Human, but it’s been almost a decade so I might need to revisit. I also never saw Mind’s Eye. Sorry Joe! There’s …
Happy Valentine’s Day, go watch a monster movie.