– (2021) – An off-the-grid hermit goes in search of his kidnapped hog. Gradually develops the protagonist’s back story to coincide with his current plight, but the more you find out about him the sillier the plot becomes. Nicolas Cage is good, of course, but nothing here roused me into hoping for a positive outcome. Feels like John Wick minus any excitement or intrigue.
299 total views, 88 views today
– (2021) – A curse that divided a town is explored in the first half and dealt with in the second. Just as ordinary in the opening stages as it is in the waning moments, as nothing regarding witchcraft nor serial killers is remotely original. An overlong finale to an overlong trilogy that at best supplies some decent violence and serviceable acting.
1,170 total views, 81 views today
– (2021) – Delinquents at a summer camp are forced to deal with witch-possessed murderers. The highs rest in the abundance of violence, solid atmosphere, and some characters who eventually grow on you. The lows rest in plot convolution, a few irritating characters, and a lackluster conclusion. Imperfect, but an improvement over the rather irritating previous entry.
1,824 total views, 77 views today
– (2021) – Talkative teens believe a witch is possessing others to commit a slew of murders in their small town. An incredibly noisy outing that begins with too many 90’s music clips, piles in characters who never shut up, and features a score that rarely stops playing. The plot is a mess and the length is too long, but this does at least attempt a credible mystery.
1,879 total views, 78 views today
– (2019) – Documentary that explores the creation of a highly controversial revenge flick that offended some and invigorated others. Doesn’t deal with a ton of so-called experts that bog down many docs, but offers insights from a few who worked on the film and a credible few who didn’t. By focusing on the sole cast and creators, we experience a near-lifetime of ups and cinematic downs.
2,532 total views, 89 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (1964) – Southern hicks celebrating their town’s centennial kill Northerners in unique ways. The overall premise and variety of kills are inventive, but everything else is dull and irritating. Could possibly feature the worst songs ever recorded by man.
413 total views, 6 views today
– (2020) – Global warming researchers come under attack from a mutated breed of shark at their floating facility. Has more fighting among the human characters than their watery counterparts, as shark attacks are sporadic and too choppily edited. An incredibly dull venture that lacks excitement and chemistry among any two characters.
1,143 total views, 8 views today
– (1991) – A local bum tells three kids the stories of a hook killer, bad reefer, a naughty Santa and greedy pirates vs. the living dead. Cheap and ugly, but surprisingly effective in many areas. The last story drags, but the others deliver some goods.
394 total views, 6 views today
-(1979) – A married couple moves into a house that inverts crosses and spews gook. Begins with an overlong satanic ritual that paves the way for the sheer boredom that follows. There’s hardly any dialog, barely any movement, and not one inkling of suspense. For some reason ends with a voodoo ritual.
517 total views, 10 views today
– (1982) – A suburban family loses their youngest daughter to the angry forces within their haunted house. Steadily introduces characters and ghostly happenings while never failing to pile on one nerve wracking moment after another. One of the most emotional and fascinating films in horror history.
538 total views, 9 views today
– (1986) – A millionaire’s experiment with silver balls that can control and kill people leads to deceit. A complete mess that lacks any redeeming qualities. Never makes sense and ends without a resolution.
412 total views, 14 views today