“Ghost Adventures Quarantine: Extension of Darkness” won’t convince bitter ,jaded cynics, but it still has some potential entertainment value.
Bitten by a radioactive moon-worm and overwhelmed by fear? You might just be in a sci-fi horror…
David Yarovesky’s Brightburn is sort of underrated, and I suppose that’s better than being overhyped. Still, I…
Sam Wineman’s The Quiet Room didn’t strike me as a masterpiece. However, it does pair with a concept I’ve often mentioned: The success of a horror story isn’t just about events, but how they are portrayed.
30 years later, “Tremors” is still a top-notch creature feature, thanks to its likable characters, unique monsters and interesting heroics..
Known to MST3K fans as Being From Another Planet, Tom Kennedy’s Time Walker is a very difficult movie to be nice about. Let’s try to dissect this turd!
Uninvited has a mutant killer cat on a boat, a low-life millionaire, and hapless youngsters who also seem to make great cat food. Yum!
What makes some horror films more successful than others? Is it more scares? More blood and gore?…
Two Evil Eyes. This Italian-American horror twofer sees another team-up between George A. Romero and Dario Argento….
It’s common knowledge that Jason Voorhees evolves over time. In each flick, he’s significantly different, though retaining…
Directed by John Brahm and written by Lynn Venable, “Time Enough at Last” is a quintessential and…
Described by film critic Roger Ebert as “better than it needs to be,” David Slade’s 30 Days of Night remains a rather impressive vampire horror movie.
When you picture Dracula, don’t you often think of Bela Lugosi’s style, almost as the default?
Remember when Joker was considered a serious threat to public safety and well-being, possibly triggering mass chaos? What does COVID-19 have to say on that?
On the surface, The City of the Dead seems like a straightforward horror tale about witch burnings in Massachusetts. Let’s explore it a bit!
Arch Hall Sr.’s Eegah! is undeniably one of the worst films of all time. Nevertheless, if you…
Matt Codd’s Epoch is a movie that tries to be profound. Surprisingly, it might succeed, as it’s pretty well done. How does it work?
Michael G. Cooney’s ‘Alien Code’ suffers from a few flaws here and there. However, it’s far from the worst sci-fi thriller involving aliens I’ve seen.
I don’t think ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is a great movie, but a certain scene makes it far more memorable than it might have been otherwise.
Let’s look at what makes “My Bloody Valentine” a worthwhile watch. Hint: It has a lot to do with a memorable villain and cool kills.