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!”

Jake Gyllenhaal Dials Up A Killer Performance in “The Guilty” (Review)

Confession: I was skeptical when I learned that there was an English-language remake of Gustav Möller’s debut film, “The Guilty” (“Den skyldige”), on the way. I caught the original at Austin’s Fantastic Fest back in 2018 and it was the Danish submission for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the Academy Awards. What IContinue reading “Jake Gyllenhaal Dials Up A Killer Performance in “The Guilty” (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)”

‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ is Filled With Candy-Colored Carnage (Review)

Director Navot Papushado made a splash at genre festivals worldwide when he co-directed his first movie “Rabies” in 2010, which was pushed as the “first feature-length Israeli horror film.” His third feature also marks his English-language debut and he rounded up an incredible cast of kick-ass women for an ultraviolent tale of revenge. “Guardians ofContinue reading “‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ is Filled With Candy-Colored Carnage (Review)”

Amy Adams Goes For Broke in “The Woman In The Window” (Review)

Based on the 2018 novel of the same name, “The Woman In The Window” has had a long and troubled road to release. It was originally scheduled to hit theaters in the fall of 2019, but hit two major snags along the way. Test audiences rated the film poorly enough that portions were reshot andContinue reading “Amy Adams Goes For Broke in “The Woman In The Window” (Review)”

“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” Offers Family Fun and Then Some (Review)

I grew up on a steady diet of Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera shows, and Disney classics, and I’m not ashamed as a grown-ass man to still enjoy my fair share of animated films. Sure, there’s plenty of family films every year that I have no interest in, but I have a soft spot for the onesContinue reading ““The Mitchells vs. The Machines” Offers Family Fun and Then Some (Review)”