Category: Netflix

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‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Review: A Useless Reboot-Sequel

Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is widely (and rightfully) considered one of the finest and most effective Horror films ever made. David Blue Garcia’s “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” will never reach those accolade heights. This past January’s “Scream”

‘Fistful of Vengeance’ Review: Netflix Martial Arts Extravaganza Dazzles But Misses

“Fistful of Vengeance” is Netflix’s feature length sequel to 2019’s “Wu Assassins”, a fun episodic series that featured some good Martial Arts action and showcased the supreme talents of Iko Uwais, (a man who should be a worldwide name and

The Year In Revue Part Two: Anthony’s Top Ten Horror Films of 2021

With an originality that was absent for a few years, Horror films thrived with creativity in 2021. Anthony names his 10 best of the year.

Castlevania Review by Brian Wallinger

Netflix has been on fire this summer as they picked up the pacing of their self-produced content, typically to favorable reviews.  Their latest, “Castlevania” is an animated series based on the mid-1980’s Nintendo video game created by Konami.  For over

Bong Joon-ho’s Okja is an astonishing tale of love and perseverance.

Four years ago Bong Joon-ho surprised us with his astounding Snowpiercer, giving us a dystopian future in which the entire world was contained on a train.  It had a limited theatrical release and those that were able to catch it,

Top Ten Films of 2017, so far . . . .

It’s crazy to think that half of 2017 has gone by.  It’s crazier to think that I’ve seen approximately 210 movies since January and 190 of those films have been in a theater.  April was an exceptionally busy month with

I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore Official Review

Another Netflix Original, Macon Blair’s “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” is a wild and fun dark comedy odyssey that transcends the standards of social normalcy.  The film begins with a quirky nurse (Melanie Lynskey) as she

The Little Engine that would [win]

“Tonight is proof that art has no boundaries, no single language and does not belong to a single faith.  The power of art is that it transcends all these things.” – President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts &

REVIEW: ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ by Brian Wallinger

From Netflix, Barry Sonnenfeld and Mark Hudis bring us an updated version of the young adult novel series, “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” a story arc of three children and a madman who will stop at nothing to obtain their