Blumhouse Releases Trailer for “The Forever Purge”

After being pushed back a full year, like so many other movies, The Forever Purge is finally getting its wide release this coming 4th of July weekend (the same weekend the last two movies were released), and Blumhouse just graced us with a trailer that looks legitimately awesome! Ever since the original Purge came out back in 2013, fans on the internet have loved to … Continue reading Blumhouse Releases Trailer for “The Forever Purge”

“Hunted” – Movie Review

Survival horror forces its audience to think about what they would do in life or death situations.  Shudder’s latest original film, Hunted does just that.  What starts as something out Taken quickly goes deep into “Most Dangerous Game” territory! Hunter vs. Prey The film opens with a campfire story that deals with the dynamics of hunters and prey.  It makes for a cool and atmospheric … Continue reading “Hunted” – Movie Review

Ranking Every “Tremors” Movie

Spanning 30 years, 7 movies, 3 centuries of setting, and 1 badass hero throughout, the Tremors franchise is one unlike any other.  Part Western/Action, part B-Movie Monster Horror, it’s a series that’s never taken itself too seriously and always managed to be fun. So with the release of Shrieker Island, which seems to be something of a finale for the franchise, we thought it would … Continue reading Ranking Every “Tremors” Movie

“The Belko Experiment” vs. “Mayhem”

As quarantine restrictions begin to lift, and many are physically returning to their places of work, all of the frustrations and stresses associated with it are returning as well. Anyone who’s ever worked as stressful office job can relate to the desire to just lose control and fight to the death…well perhaps not in that extreme way. But either way, movies like The Belko Experiment … Continue reading “The Belko Experiment” vs. “Mayhem”

“Last Man on Earth” vs. “Omega Man” vs. “I Am Legend”

One source novel, three very different adaptations (four if you count the mockbuster). Richard Matheson’s classic novel “I Am Legend” would go on to inspire the entire post-apocalyptic subgenre for decades to come, and there’s a reason the story kept getting adapted. Now with pandemic-related fears and anxieties all around the world, many are turning to films like these as a form of ironic escapism, … Continue reading “Last Man on Earth” vs. “Omega Man” vs. “I Am Legend”

“The Hunt” – Movie Review

It was the film that people didn’t want you to see, or at least that’s how it was advertised for its postponed release date. Perhaps the best way to describe The Hunt would be spectacularly brutal and incredibly bizarre, but in a fun way. Was this action/horror bloodbath worth the wait, or was this whole controversy just overblown?! Let’s take a deeper look at The … Continue reading “The Hunt” – Movie Review

“VFW” – Movie Review

We’ve seen generational gaps over the centuries, but nothing quite like this.  Joe Begos’ latest horror/action/thriller pits a group of older (and one younger) veterans against a horde of drug-induced mutant punks.  It’s gory, over the top, boasts a great 80’s inspired synth soundtrack, and is awesome in every way! Birthday From Hell The film begins with Fred (Stephen Lang) meeting up at his local … Continue reading “VFW” – Movie Review

30 Fun Facts About “Tremors”

In a genre that relishes so much in dark and stormy nights, one horror franchise has shown fans that terrifying monsters can strike in the sun-scorched desert in broad daylight. These nefarious graboids (as well as their hilariously named offspring) are now celebrating their 30th anniversary since they first emerged from the Earth and into the hearts and minds of countless monster movie fans. So … Continue reading 30 Fun Facts About “Tremors”

“3 From Hell” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

It’s been 14 years since we last saw the Firefly family go to, what we believed was their death.  However, Rob Zombie had something different in mind for these beloved characters as he’s brought them back after a long hiatus. It seems to be common trend in Hollywood these days, with filmmakers revisiting the same characters and stories that once made them famous.  Sometimes it … Continue reading “3 From Hell” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

“Brightburn” Movie Review

2019, R, Directed by Yarovesky, Produced by James Gunn, Sony Pictures, 90 minutes There’s no denying that Suicide Squad had its fair share of issues.  However, it contained one idea that was actually quite thought provoking.  When attempting to justify her mission, Amanda Waller asks, “What if Superman had decided to fly down, rip off the roof of the White House and grab the President … Continue reading “Brightburn” Movie Review