As an avid film fan, I am in no way discriminatory when it comes to choosing which movie to watch. That is to say that I will watch any movie by any filmmaker. Still, like everyone else, there are some directors that I get more excited about than others. I am only human, after all. From that handful of directors, two that are very high on the list are Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson. Needless to say, I was very [...]
Giant From the Unknown Review
In the introduction to my last review, I made mention of the fact that there are plenty of films from 2020 that I still needed to catch up on. I’ve since been able to give one or two a watch, but decided to travel back in time a bit further with today’s write-up. Back to the 50s to be exact. Read on to hear my thoughts on Richard E. Cunha’s 1958 sci-fi horror, Giant From the Unknown.
It’s a new year and for genre fans and movie lovers alike that means another 12 months of brand new cinema to enjoy. Before I can dive into any new films, however, there are tons that I need to catch up on. The first I was able to cross off of that list is Chad Faust’s Girl.
Upon returning to her small hometown hellbent on revenge, a young woman discovers that someone beat her to it. Now, [...]
For the past couple of years, I’ve taken it upon myself to compile a list of some of the best things that horror had to offer. I am not an authority on the matter whatsoever, and when it comes to 2020, the first thing we all think about isn’t “the best” of anything. Still, I think it is important to look back on the year and try to remember all of the good that us genre fans were given.
Possessor (Uncut) Review
We are now officially three days into December and while I generally like to fill this month with more holiday horror films than any of Santa’s helpers could ever truly handle, I couldn’t help but start off with one not-so-Christmas one. The film I will be discussing today is Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor.
Tasya Vos is a hired gun who uses brain-implant technology to assassinate high-profile targets. As the repetitive and violent nature of the job continues to [...]
It is rare for me to watch a film and love it so much that I immediately hope for a sequel to be made. Not just any sequel will do, of course. It has to be one that continues on with the spirit of the first, expanding on whatever universe or lore or other strong elements its predecessor has delivered. Read on to find out if that is the case with Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan sequel, Peninsula.