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My review of the brilliantly visual film. Edgar Wright has really outdone himself here.
I list my top five films I like to watch leading up to Halloween. It’s a tradition every year.
Not my #1 but want to promote this film.
My review / rant of the long awaited "Halloween Kills" lots of humor mixed with viscous gore and kills.
I discuss the new horror film "There’s Someone Inside Your House" interesting concept with some decent kills and gore . Influenced by 90s horror.
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Amazing psychological ride from start to end, having you question what’s real and what’s not.
Peter Berg’s cop film made exclusively for Netflix a highly entertaining buddy cop action film.
Smith promised a reboot centering around the main character He-Man but delivers something completely different. Setting an outraged fan base.
13 fun facts about the iconic franchise.
Keith Gordon is an amazing underrated actor most notable for his performance in John Carpenter’s psychological thriller " Christine"
Keith Gordon in "Christine"
Remembering one of the pioneering legends of hip hop, who sadly passed away . The enigmatic Biz Markie. Rest in power Biz !
Talking the infamous scene where Booth throws Lee into the car. Was Tarantino way out of line?
I celebrate Scorsese’s character -centered master opus on its 45th Anniversary and why it’s such an important film.
What are your thoughts on the story telling creativity of the films being released today?
Paying homage to the sci -fi / horror masterpiece released 39 years ago today.
Monstrous comes off as two films with several subplots leaving the viewer confused. However, it’s a suspenseful and scorching relationship thriller
Unique concept but extremely formulaic storyline with unlikable characters.
My review of the newest film in the franchise. Heavily story and mystery based but lacking in suspense and jump scares.
Life In A Northern Town a moderate hit in the new wave 80s. Everytime I hear it I think of snow days off from school as a kid.
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Revisiting the seminal teen film and the impact it had on the teen genre . With one of the most heart breaking endings in film history .
Nic Cage never disappoints even when he doesn’t utter a single word. His presence and facial tics are enough. And here he kicks major ass!
A quite enjoyable slow burn with amazing suspense build up leading to a clever plot twist reveal.
New upgrade forces listen to random swells? And gotten an insane amount of new followers within a days time BOT season??
Remembering the weird and cheesy cult classic " Prom Night 2: Hello Mary Lou"
Remembering the obscure film " Hiding Out" engaging light hearted teen film with drama elements.
I pay tribute to an obscure gem from the slasher heyday golden era on its 40th anniversary.
A unique situational horror film. The second act is engaging enough to hold the story.
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