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It’s been four years since the excellent Train to Busan, and if you think those zombies have taken a break…you’re in for a bloody surprise. And a bloody good time, if this trailer is any indication. If Busan was Snowpiercer … Continue reading
I’m dealing with no screenings. I’m not dealing well. So, why not throw money at streaming services that are showing stuff that was in the theaters before we all went on lockdown? Here’s my brief – because I’m in Home … Continue reading
“I think I made a mistake.” [YA THINK?] I’ve been stoked for this film ever since Jordan Peele said he’d be bringing this remake to the big screen. I loved the original, and Tony Todd’s performance still gives me the … Continue reading
“I love Moon Pies!” [ed: who doesn’t?] Story: A deep sea underwater research and drilling facility gets hit with a series of earthquakes that leave only six people alive after the devastation. But wait just a minute…what’s that in the … Continue reading
Locke and Key is a fantastic comic book series, and I got stoked when writer Joe Hill announced the Netflix adaptation. Now that the series is actually on the streaming services’ schedule? GAAAAAAH! Synopsis! After their father is murdered under … Continue reading
I’m loving that Universal Monsters are gonna start getting the Blumhouse treatment. First up? The Invisible Man. And hello – they’ve got the incredible Elizabeth Moss in the lead. Synopsis! Trapped in a violent, controlling relationship with a wealthy and … Continue reading
“…and THEY’RE STARVING.” Story: Danny Torrence survived a hell of a lot when he was a kid. And yet here Dan is all grown up, falling into the same patterns his father did. But as he finally starts to pull … Continue reading
“Why not go big and go home?” Story: It’s been ten years, and our foursome has turned into a real family. With all the snarking, insecurities and plain-old butt-pain moments that entails. Good thing the zombies haven’t mutated, causing some … Continue reading
“They’re afraid of me. Why aren’t you?” Story: A Catholic girls school with a tragic past. A new guidance counselor who is determined to help the children she sees. All of them. Even the dead ones. Scares: Plenty of chills. … Continue reading
Great movie. Great YouTube channel. Two great tastes? Absolutely. Add in Halloween hijinks – and a fabulous orange tie I’m absolutely in love with – and it’s a great way to end a viewing of this excellent film. Or you … Continue reading