– (2022) – A lovelorn vampire and a newly resurrected corpse pine after one another despite opposition from an elder. On the plus side this is colorful, zany, and consistent in its intentions to pay tribute to a classic show. On the downside? Everything else. The plot is dragged thin over the overlong length, very few jokes are funny, and the characters are one-note straight through. Not quite a travesty, but makes one wonder why so much effort was put into a prequel.
170 total views, 39 views today
– (2022) – College students fiddle with a dimensional resonator and a resurrection serum with expectedly diabolical results. Feels like a mishmash of outtakes from the previous installment, and amounts to little more than loud nonsense. Lacks anything distinctive to stand above recent entries, as all the highlights have been seen before in similar manners.
322 total views, 25 views today
– (2022) – A farmgirl with aspirations of fame is held back by an ill father and a domineering mother, prompting her to commit acts of madness. A steadily flowing study of a character who’s not quite right to begin with, but gradually becomes more and more bonkers as the minutes click by. Mia Goth steals the show as the centerpiece in a tale of ultimate desire and eventual destruction. The best of its kind since the original Carrie.
351 total views, 21 views today
– (2022) – A student who takes an interest in resurrecting the dead attends a college where a device recently opened a portal to another dimension. There aren’t many things to say about a 48-minite movie that feels like an entry between entries. Nothing staggering occurs, but nothing awful occurs either. A decent time waster that serves as a reminder of the superior entries that have come before.
361 total views, 25 views today
– (2020) – Anthology of four stories (amid a brief wraparound) that focus on burn victims, white supremacy, diva swapping, and sneakers that induce diarrhea. While none of the stories can be considered profound, none are particularly worthless either. An okay outing that has brushes with humor and some decent-enough horror.
839 total views, 23 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (2004) – A yeti with huge nipples abducts women on a neighborhood killing spree. Ridiculously awesome when the monster’s on screen, but painfully contrived when he’s not. The story, dialog, and acting are pitiful, and the FX hit rock bottom, but the awfulness holds attention.
1,663 total views, 1 views today
– (1988) – A vacationing family crosses paths with a killer, but never seem bothered enough to leave their vacation. An uneven mess with terror that isn’t scary and humor that isn’t funny. Certainly quirky, but nothing that occurs is worth retaining.
1,890 total views, 2 views today
– (1982) – A dog trained to kill African Americans is put through trials of rehabilitation. Makes a strong case for social injustice through animals, but some actions are more improbable than innovative. Mostly enjoyable, and ultimately upsetting.
2,122 total views, 5 views today
– (1983) – An author who’s researching his third book discovers a place where the dead rise. Don’t let the exciting artwork fool you, this is a horror-free stinker that focuses on a languid man who bumbles about for eighty horrible minutes. Consider it NyQuil: The Movie.
1,683 total views, 1 views today
– (2017) – The survivor of Hatchet III is trapped in a downed plane with those looking to bank on the legend of Victor Crowley. Despite a few lags, this has a ton of great jokes, awesome kills, and an overall sense of fun. Doesn’t reinvent the genre, but shows how to breathe new life into a fourth entry.
2,105 total views, 2 views today
– (2012) – A woman awakens in a guard-free prison where serial killers compete to kill her. The concept isn’t bad, but everything that brings it to life is staggeringly self-absorbed. Riddled with pretentiousness from the dialog straight through to the overmuch mannerisms of the actors. Putrid.
1,908 total views, 3 views today
– (1989) – A wealthy married couple takes role playing games to heights of murder. Has a ton of twists that are hard to see coming, but that’s as good as this gets. Too many scenes drag and characters are surprisingly hollow considering the great lengths they go to entertain themselves.
1,747 total views, 2 views today