– (2021) – The citizens of Haddonfield go berserk while hunting down Michael Myers as he’s out and about slaughtering the innocent. Does a good job picking up where the previous entry left off, and the flashbacks to 1978 are a treat. The ultimate downside is how characters rarely think before acting, which leads to some truly ridiculous moments. Still, the rampant violence packs one hell of a punch, and it’ll be nice to see how this series Ends.
520 total views, 17 views today
– (2019) – Anthology of five stories that focus on a Halloween ritual, a vampire passenger, ancient burial grounds, competing psychopaths, and a disturbed nun. Aside from the fourth story, which is pretty amusing, this is little more than an assembly of used ideas shot on the cheap. Ranges from drop dead boring to moderately funny, with too heavy a helping of the former.
590 total views, 20 views today
– (2017) – Anthology of five stories that focus on an elderly ghost, a murderous scarecrow, a roller rink slasher, evil trick or treaters and a Halloween killer. The first three stories are pretty fun in their own cheesy ways, while the final tales are rather uninspired and drab. Ranges from humorous to listless, but does all it can with a minuscule budget.
1,311 total views, 19 views today
– (2021) – The world’s darkest family travels to America’s brightest spots while Wednesday questions her heritage. An unbridled mess that’s never funny nor remotely involving. Feels like a string of kiddie shows strewn together to form a lousy whole, and for some reason includes a ton of rap music despite featuring a particularly gothic family. An awful concoction from an awful Hollywood system.
1,702 total views, 17 views today
– (2019) – A mysterious app that asks what you fear the most will lead to your demise if it goes unanswered. While the premise isn’t entirely unique, this does go through many stages of plot progression, some of which is pretty intriguing. Has plenty of awkward moments, and the VFX stink, but all told this features a credible mystery, although Halloween atmosphere is light and the conclusion completely rips off The Ring.
1,907 total views, 17 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (1981) – A teacher of the deaf believes that her twin sister and a dog are tormenting her. The school angle is new, but all else is tired and rather contrived. Once the killer is revealed and starts acting like a fool, suspense goes out the window. Odd, but annoying.
611 total views, 2 views today
– (2009) – Overly confidant college bitches (their words) are stalked by a killer months after they kill one of their own. The premise is too reminiscent of IKWYDLS, but skirts by on character personalities and violent murders. Too familiar overall, and the killer’s reveal stinks, but blood n’ boobs save the day.
570 total views, 1 views today
– (1985) – Hookers released from prison relocate to a marina where locals make trouble for them. A time waster with entertainment values that range from bad to worse. Somewhat fun as pure garbage, but too easy to forget.
774 total views, 1 views today
– (2013) – A massive storm spreads sharks throughout the coasts of California. The premise leads to some dumb fun, but most of what happens is too purposefully idiotic to consider an honest mistake. Tries to mean something, but is merely a cause to enjoy better films.
751 total views, 4 views today
– (1973) – A murder mystery involving a hanged woman and a creepy gravedigger plague mansion inhabitants. The plot moves in all sorts of directions, but none aim toward anything that makes sense. Has horror imagery, but nothing horrifying.
637 total views, 4 views today
– (2006) – A group of friends travel to New Orleans where they fall victim to murderous possessions. Has a few inventive kills and moves relatively fast, but the humor is pitiful and the production too murky. Aims to please, but hits too many lame marks.
912 total views, 5 views today
– (2003) – Obnoxious friends search for someone’s missing brother in a haunted amusement park. Nothing of interest occurs throughout, and the ten minutes in 3-D are lame. The exorcism-through-camera gimmick is dumb enough to murder brain cells.
815 total views, 3 views today
– (1980) – An author who claims God no longer exists is taunted by a demonic Nazi who doesn’t age. Has a lot going on, from religion to disco, but doesn’t stand on solid enough ground to take seriously. A bit too muddled at times, but gets credit for attempting a plot as outlandish.
664 total views, 2 views today