It’s been a while.
It’s been a while.
I had an absolute blast with Halloween, despite its one major flaw.
Horror anthologies are an acquired taste but Creepshow ranks near the top of the best horror anthologies I can think of.
The Night Comes For Us is one of the most brutal films you can watch in 2018.
Sorry to Bother You is an explosion of pure creativity, and unlike some films that get lost in their own creative ideas, this film keeps its focus squarely on the cold corporate world we live in.
Mandy is truly unhinged and fearless in a way that movies of this type only dream of but never achieve.
I wanted to love, like, or even hate Slice, but instead I just don’t really have any feelings about it.
Ninja Zombie is badass, often hilarious, and charming as hell low-budget filmmaking.
For fans of "so bad it's good" movies, Mac and Me is essential.
Creepers is a narrative disaster that's not quite stylish enough to even recommend.
Hands on a Hardbody: The Documentary has a bizarrely huge reputation for its small scope, but its well earned.
Lake of Dracula suffers from truly bizarre plotting, but pays off massively during its pure horror sequences.
As far as depicting the collapse of American counterculture through the prism of borderline horror comedy, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas works beautifully.
For fans of schlock horror, Sledgehammer, against all odds, is essential viewing.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout is nothing short of one of the absolute best action movies of the past ten years and a legitimate contender for one of 2018's best films.
The story is a bit sloppier than the first film, but everything else more than makes up for it in Incredibles 2.
There's no doubt in my mind that Won't You Be My Neighbor is one of the best documentaries of the year.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is an insane Gothic horror/B-movie mash-up with dinosaurs in the fray.
The Fog is one of the best bits of atmospheric horror out there, beautifully low in scope and contained.
For hardcore fans of the genre looking for genuinely excellent slow-burn horror, this is at the top of its class.