Category: Movie Review

Total 249 Posts

‘Terrifier 2’- Film Review: A Blood-Soaked Horror Treasure

Beware all those who do not look back on the VHS “video nasties” of the 1980s with a loving nostalgia. “Terrifier 2” is a blood and guts-soaked tribute to those thrilling days of practical gore yesteryear, and then some! Beginning

‘The Banshees of Inisherin’: Movie Review

Pádraic (Colin Farrell) and Colm (Brendan Gleeson) are the best of friends as Martin McDonagh’s black comedy, The Banshees of Inisherin, opens. Living an isolated life on an Irish isle, Inisherin, the two men join each other on the isle’s

‘Black Adam’: Movie Review

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. Forgive me for eliciting Corinthians as an opening to

‘Halloween Ends’: Film Review- The Finale Of The Strode/Myers Saga

The end is no longer nigh. The saga of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers is put to rest in David Gordon Green’s “Halloween Ends”. 2018’s “Halloween” was created to wipe out the bad taste of the sequels to John Carpenter’s

‘TÁR’: Film Review

Getting lost in a film is what the art form is supposed to accomplish. You disappear into the protagonists’ lives and environments; you admonish the antagonist. These characters elicit empathy and sympathy when appropriate. This is especially critical when the

‘Dark Glasses’: Film Review- Dario Argento Returns To Giallo

Creatively brutal violence. Grotesque deaths. A leather-gloved killer loose on the streets of Rome. “Dark Glasses” (“Occhiali neri”) finds Dario Argento successfully returning to his Giallo roots, delivering his best film since 2005’s “Ti piace Hitchcock?”. While not an Argento

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn Film Review- A Trash Horror Film Stinks Up The Season

Armed with a complete disconnect of how to craft an effective horror film, “Jeepers Creepers: Reborn” is here to insult and anger fans of the creative original. Beginning with an opening scene (featuring the great Dee Wallace and Gary Graham)

‘Hellraiser’: Film Review- This Remake Has Good Sights To Show You

Remakes of beloved films are never a good idea and rarely do they work. Armed with his impressive filmography, director David Bruckner helms this year’s “Hellraiser”, the much-debated remake/continuation of Clive Barker’s 1987 classic. Bruckner gifted modern Horror cinema three

Film Review: ‘Significant Other’- A Creepy Trail Of Terror

Written and directed by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen, “Significant Other” is a hybrid of horror sub genres that make up a very satisfying whole. Maika Monroe and Jake Lacey are Ruth and Harry, a couple on a hiking trip

Film Review: ‘Dead For A Dollar’- Walter Hill Returns To The Western

“Dead for a Dollar” is Walter Hill’s return to the pure Western since 2006’s excellent “Broken Trail” and his first time directing a feature film since 2016’s under-promoted “The Assignment”. At 80 years old, Hill is rightfully considered one of