Malevolence 2: Bereavement Review
Almost three weeks ago, I had the pleasure of watching a slasher flick that I had no knowledge of previously. While I can’t actually believe that was already 20 days ago, I am happy to say that I’ve finally jumped back in to what would eventually become a trilogy with Stevan Mena’s second installment, Malevolence 2: Bereavement.
After a family tragedy, Allison (Alexandra Daddario, Texas Chainsaw 3D) has come to stay with her uncle and his [...]
The biggest problem, if you can even call it that, for a movie collector is the fact that they can have a film on their shelf for years, never having seen it once. I personally buy way more movies than I could possibly have time to watch, so this isn’t unheard for me. I buy a movie, it gets placed somewhere, never to be handled again. One film that, after years, I’ve finally watched is Romain Basset’s Horsehead.
A Bucket of Blood Review
I like to think of myself as an equal opportunity horror fan. I enjoy films from every and all sub-genres, and while I favor those from the 80s and later, I tend to visit even earlier works from time to time. Tonight, travel with me to the late 50s as I discuss Roger Corman’s A Bucket of Blood.
Walter works as a busboy at a swanky coffee shop. Surrounded by poets, musicians, and other creatives, Walter just [...]
While I tend to try and learn at least a little bit about a film before going into it, sometimes it is more fun going in completely blind. There are so many films being released, seemingly daily, that it is extremely difficult to be in-the-know about every single one, even if I tried. The newest film that has crossed my path unexpectedly is Richard Bates Jr.’s Tone-Deaf.
After losing her boyfriend and her job, Olive takes the [...]
This year has been a pretty great year for horror films and there are still two months to go. I’ve been lucky enough to have seen plenty of entertaining genre flicks in theaters, making the movie-watching experience that much more grandiose. One of my favorites to experience in this manner was, without a doubt, Alexandre Aja’s Crawl.
Braving a category 5 hurricane, Haley is searching for her father. Once finding him, she soon realizes that there is [...]
10/31 Part II Review
For diehard fans, every day is a good day to watch a horror flick. That doesn’t make the month of October any less special, however. As Halloween approaches, that extra little chill in the air causes just about everyone to get into the spooky spirit. This makes it a perfect time not only for horror flicks of course, but Halloween-themed horror more specifically. One that I have been looking forward to for quite some time is the anthology film, 10/31 [...]