Movie Review: “Hostel”

Reviews    Hostel is a film I don’t think many casual moviegoers have thought about in years. After all, the film rode the waves of mainstream overlap and success had by…

Movie Review: “Jigsaw”

         In 2017, the Saw series was a hazy memory, a blood-coated fever pitch dream filled with contrivances, twists and turns, and grueling punishment. I like the…

Movie Review: “Saw 3D: The Final Chapter”

         In 2010, the Saw series cemented itself as one of the most successful horror series’ in history, with the seventh installment alleged as the final film…

Movie Review: “Saw VI”

         In 2009, the Saw film franchise had shown the first chinks in its armor the year prior with the release of Saw V (my least favorite…

Movie Review: “Saw V”

         In 2008, the Saw brand continued to expand with a fifth installment. After the series high of Saw III, the fourth film experienced a decline in…

Movie Review: “Saw IV”

         In 2007, the Saw franchise was on cloud nine after Saw III set a new ceiling for the level of success the series could attain. In…

Movie Review: “Saw III”

         In 2006, the Saw franchise was at its peak in-terms of popularity and mainstream appeal. Arguments raged on about whether it was “torture porn” or high…

Movie Review: “Saw II”

         In 2005, Twisted Pictures was on the map and distributor Lions Gate knew they had struck franchise gold, neither of them had any intent on not…

Movie Review: “Saw”

         In 2004, Leigh Whannell and James Wan aligned with each other for the first installment in the Saw film series, with Whannell devising the screenplay and…

Movie Review: “The Green Inferno” & “Knock Knock”

     Eli Roth has made a name for himself in the horror industry, though, it’s up for debate on how positive of a name he has made. His directorial debut Cabin Fever brought…