Tag Archives: Slasher
Malevolence 3: Killer Review
Instead of waiting another three weeks like I did last time, I’ve decided to jump into the final chapter of Stevan Mena’s slasher trilogy right away. After watching and reviewing part two just yesterday, it was only fitting to give Malevolence 3: Killer its time to shine.
Martin Bristol is all grown up and on the run for the first time since being kidnapped as a young boy. Venturing away from the Sutter meat packing plant for the [...]
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 [...]
Watching horror films is a humbling hobby. No matter how many films you cross off of your watch list, there are always countless others that you will most likely never even hear of. One film that has managed to go completely under my radar for over 15 years is Stevan Mena’s Malevolence.
A group of down-on-their-luck delinquents are in need of some major cash. After a bank robbery and subsequent getaway goes awry, the gang meet up [...]
Child's Play Review
If you’ve following the site for any bit of time or have read even a handful of my previous reviews from over the past six or so years, you should have a pretty firm grasp on how I feel about remakes. Unlike most genre fans, I do not despise reboots of our favorite flicks from the past. On the contrary, more often than not, I quite enjoy them. The latest to add to the growing list of enjoyable re-imaginings is [...]
From time to time, there are horror flicks that garner a lot of attention. They are touted as being “the best” or some other overly exaggerated term that disregards all of the other “best” movies that came before. I generally get pretty frustrated with these because, more often than not, I do not agree with those powerful opinions. One of the latest making a commotion amongst fans is Haunt, directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. Guys, this movie [...]
The Ice Cream Truck Review
Even though the last few I’ve watched were less than enjoyable, I still get excited for a new slasher flick to enter my grasp. I really needed a fun one to get the bad taste out of my mouth; Was Megan Freels Johnston’s The Ice Cream Truck the indie slasher to do it?
Mary moves back to her small hometown and has some time to kill before the rest of her family joins her. It doesn’t take long [...]