Movie Review: “Chopping Mall”

   Recently, I did a review ofTom & Jerry on Readers Digested. If you didn’t notice it, I am not surprised. Our website’s dedicated to horror and dark subject-matter, and, mostly I depend on social-media to advertise…

Movie Review: “Random Acts of Violence”

   Based on the imagery I had seen bits and pieces of prior, I was looking forward to Random Acts of Violence. The grisly yet beautiful, and morbid aesthetic brought to…

Movie Review: “Wrong Turn” (2003)

   It might surprise you to learn that I have never seen any of the Wrong Turn films.    I say that, but is it really out of the ordinary to overlook…

Movie Review: “Freaky”

   Christopher Landon and Blumhouse collaborated in 2017 and created a comedy slasher film called Happy Death Day, a small, but enthusiastic film that took the concept of Groundhog Day and blended it with the horror genre. The film was…

Movie Review: “The Babysitter”

  Reviews        Smashing the “play” button on a Netflix horror title is what I call living on the edge. Will it be so good you’d have been…

Movie Review: “Friday the 13th Part III”

Reviews      Released in 1982, continuing the annual tradition started in 1980 with the original, Friday the 13th Part III is a slasher film directed by Steve Miner, starring Dana Kimmell, Paul Kratka, and Richard Brooker. The…

Movie Retrospective “A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

           What is the difference between a remake and a reboot?    A reboot is when a franchise erases some or all of it’s previously established…

Movie Retrospective: “Freddy vs Jason”

                         I should note early on that is part of my Elm Street Retrospective series so will lean slightly…

Movie Retrospective: “Wes Craven’s New Nightmare”

         meta: ADJECTIVE (of a creative work) referring to itself or to the conventions of its genre; self-referential.”the enterprise is inherently ‘meta’, since it doesn’t review movies,…

Movie Retrospective: “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare”

         Despite featuring in three more movies after this, Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare really does represent the last solo appearance of this incarnation of Freddy Krueger…