American Horror Story: “Blue Moon” Review

It’s hard to believe that this was already the penultimate episode of AHS season 10.  With the dual themes this year, the stories felt like they’ve moved faster than ever, with Death Valley only getting 5 episodes to Crimson Tide’s 6. This storyline has largely been a mixed bag so far, with its concurrent timelines.  The black and white segments taking place in the 1950s/60s … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Blue Moon” Review

“The Shining” vs. “Doctor Sleep”

There’s no shortage of sequels to classic films being released decades later.  And while they’re mostly met with apprehension at best and hatred at worst, not all of them have the creator of the original property behind them. Stephen King famously despised the 1980 Stanley Kubrick adaptation of The Shining (and even did his own TV version in 1997), but he shocked the world when … Continue reading “The Shining” vs. “Doctor Sleep”

Reacting to the Original Reviews of “The Shining” from 1980 [VIDEO]

Considered by many to be among the greatest horror films ever made, The Shining‘s significance in horror and pop culture can’t be overstated.  Upon its release in May of 1980 however, critics weren’t very kind to it. For many, they simply didn’t get what Kubrick was trying to do, and judged it by conventional film standards (and there’s absolutely nothing conventional about that movie). So, … Continue reading Reacting to the Original Reviews of “The Shining” from 1980 [VIDEO]