“Halloween Kills” is a Middling Means to an End (Review)

It was fun until it wasn’t. That’s how I felt about the latest effort to keep the twisted legacy of Michael Myers going. In 2018, David Gordon Green and his “Eastbound & Down” buddy Danny McBride were unlikely choices to reboot the “Halloween” franchise, but they managed to bring the series back to life withContinue reading ““Halloween Kills” is a Middling Means to an End (Review)”

Looking to Fill 31 Days of Horror? Halloween Streaming Tips Are Here!

Are you looking for some thrills and chills for streaming this spooky Halloween season? The good news is that there is something for everybody out there, you just have to know where to look. If all you want to do is watch scary movies for the next few weeks, you should really subscribe to Shudder.Continue reading “Looking to Fill 31 Days of Horror? Halloween Streaming Tips Are Here!”

James Wan’s “Malignant” is Magnificently Brutal (Review)

Over the course of his directorial career, James Wan has launched the successful horror franchises for “Saw,” “Insidious,” and “The Conjuring.” His latest effort is unlikely to spawn any sequels (famous last words for this genre, I know), but it does deliver a wildly imaginative and terrifically blood-soaked thrill ride. Annabelle Wallis (“Peaky Blinders”) starsContinue reading “James Wan’s “Malignant” is Magnificently Brutal (Review)”

“Fear Street” Trilogy Brings The Thrills (Review)

R.L. Stine’s original “Fear Street” book series was a step up from his “Goosebumps” books that offered age-appropriate scares for young readers. Director Leigh Janiak has taken things a lot further, accelerating the “Fear Street” series into full-blown R-rated territory with a captivating trilogy that recently launched on Netflix. Originally conceived as a theatrical playContinue reading ““Fear Street” Trilogy Brings The Thrills (Review)”