Category: Blumhouse Pictures

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‘They/Them’- Film Review

The new Horror film-social commentary picture “They/Them” is the very definition of a missed opportunity. What could have been a scathing indictment of the sickening practice of “gay conversion therapy” mixed with an empowering portrayal of the LTBGQ+ community, becomes

‘Firestarter’ Film Review: Second Attempt At Adapting King’s Novel Fails Again

Stephen King’s original novel “Firestarter” was a rich story full of interesting characters and nail-biting terror and suspense. The same cannot be said about 2022’s updated “Firestarter”, a film that completely drains the life out of the author’s unique work.

‘Halloween Kills’: The Boogeyman Returns… To A Messy Film

Michael Myers is bloodier than ever in his return to cinemas as he tries to slash his way through a muddled and disorganized mess.

‘Blumhouse’ Brand of Horror Is Back With ‘The Manor’ and ‘Madres’

Blumhouse Television returns to Amazon Prime with their final two horror stories, ‘The Manor’ featuring Barbara Hershey and ‘Madres’ featuring Elpidia Carrillo. Both titles are now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Welcome to the Blumhouse: Revenge Is the Theme of the Week

Welcome to the Blumhouse offers two more films on Amazon Prime, the musical ‘Nocturne’ and the family thriller, “Evil Eye.” Blumhouse amps up the revenge theme in these two fascinating films.

Review: McLean’s ‘Belko Experiment’ is wickedly, indulgently familiar

Imagine being locked in a building with 79 of your other co-workers, ordered by a voice on a PA system to kill your co-workers.  Much like deer hunting season, the employee with the most kills, wins.  “Survival of the fittest”