Friday the 13th Vengeance (Review)

Since 1980, Friday the 13th has become a household horror movie franchise loved worldwide. Released on May 9th, 1980 it was a big hit and little did anyone behind the project know that it would spawn one of the biggest horror slashers of all time Jason Voorhees and 11 sequels; with a remake and a crossover film with the dream killer Freddy Krueger.

The House On Sorority Row (Review)

Many horror movies of the 80’s have gone on to great franchises and had great success over many years. Many having different surroundings and locations that seem to fit their moods. In 1983 one film that came out with a bit different of a setting was The House on Sorority Row.

Sweet Sixteen (Review)

Through the 80’s there were several horror movies playing off of the “holiday” or the celebration card that had started in the 70’s. Every year there would be several movies that had titles that had to do with either a certain day; holiday or a celebration was a part of the title and or the story. So the year 1983 was no exception, even the 3D gimmick was happening, but one movie that was different in some ways was the movie called Sweet Sixteen.

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (Review)

Tarantino pumps out another long one with slow pacing and scenes that seem to go nowhere at a long nearly 3 hour clip and yet Tarantino somehow turns them into strengths whereas almost any other director would be staring down the scope of a terrible movie with those ingredients, but yet Tarantino is still turning water into wine and is not only beating the odds by churning out good movies with this style but great ones at that. 

Midsommar (Review)

So this will be a analysis/review for Midsommar, which I saw a week ago. I LOVED it. It's definitely one of my top horror films because it didn't feel like an actual horror film, although the genre itself seems to be shifting to something better and more psychological than we've been used to for the past 30 years and I love it for that.

Crawl (Review)

Crawl is the latest feature in our string of "Creature Feature" installments we've been getting each Summer the last few years and after the letdown that was "The Meg" I'm happy to say we're right back on track baby.

Midsommar (Review)

I thought that I would be confused on what side of the fence I would be on after leaving the theater and I was exactly right. One side of me is screaming masterpiece and the other side of me is confused on how I feel about all of the "out there" moments in the film, not confused in terms of it's themes and what it was going for, but just how I felt about the 2 and a half hour journey and all it entailed in terms of how it lined up with my tastes in Horror, or any movie for that matter…