It happened. This is not, in fact, the early seventies, and yet someone FINALLY made a good, deeply terrifying horror movie. [ Continue Reading ]
The Hangover was a hilarious, inventive well-crafted movie. It made me laugh many, many times. Was it chock full of clever social commentary like, say, Blazing Saddles, or bursting with insight on human behavior like Annie Hall? Nope. It was just funny, and it was good at it. For audiences and critics, that was enough.
So why is Rob Zombie’s Halloween II getting such poor reviews? [ Continue Reading ]
Horror seems to be the go-to film genre: it’s where you take a date, it’s where you go with friends. It seems that every time you go to the theatre, there is more than one horror flic showing.
Zombie films are no exception to this trend…How many films have you seen about the undead?
Now ask yourself this, “How many films have I seen starring the undead?”Horror seems to be the go-to film genr',description:' Horror seems to be the go-to film genr'})">