– (2022) – Three witches are resurrected in Salem, prompting teens to find a way to abolish them. An absolute travesty when focusing on the vapid teenage characters, but once the witches take center stage things becomes slightly more tolerable. Rather obnoxious overall, and serves no purpose outside nostalgia, but in the end it’s a harmless way to waste two hours.
1,163 total views, 4 views today
– (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.
1,133 total views, 10 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.
1,178 total views, 8 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.
1,007 total views, 9 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.
902 total views, 5 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (1998) – A team of men board a cruise ship with the intentions of destruction, but fall victim to onboard sea creatures. There’s rarely a dull moment thanks to an abundance of action, gore, and humor. This is essentially an Aliens rip-off, but few adventures are as much fun.
1,690 total views, 4 views today
– (2013) – A screenwriter under pressure from his agent to submit new material embarks on a killing spree. Tries to to unfold as a quiet thinking piece, but the pace causes boredom and the story subjects fail to entertain. It’s nice to see some familiar horror faces, but they appear at some truly low expenses.
1,585 total views, 4 views today
– (1994) – Four kids on Prom Night get lost in the woods and befall a clan of irritating cannibals. Each line and mannerism from the despicable cast elicits a rage that can only be quelled by the end credits. Tries way too hard to not make any sense, and reaches insane levels of obnoxiousness.
1,987 total views, 7 views today
– (1988) – A genetically mutated cat boards a yacht where Spring Breakers anticipate a scenic vacation. A bad idea that pits a silly situation against empty characters. Might have been better if it didn’t take itself so seriously, but it’s cheap enough to withstand.
2,366 total views, 5 views today
– (2012) – A kid who can see spirits must save his town from a vengeful witch. Ditches the I-See-Dead-People gimmick halfway through, and rarely does anything focused. Too dark for kids, too immature for adults, and too full of jokes that died decades ago.
1,886 total views, 2 views today
– (1957) – Constructors of a vacation spot return a zombie to the island that zombified him. The island isn’t reached until the 40-minute mark, when only minute actions finally occur. The bulk consists of drama that’s ruined by overly talkative characters.
2,448 total views, 3 views today
– (2006) – A group of friends spend a night in a funhouse to screw and die. Pairs horrendously empty characters with one of the more pathetic villains in trash cinema. Sparse moments of over-the-top gore do nothing to help. Awful.
2,431 total views, 4 views today
– (1991) – Toxie and his mutant crusaders protect Tromaville from a villain who wants to pollute everyone and everything. Feels more like three cartoon episodes strung together. The self aware humor works, but all else is pretty cruddy.
1,844 total views, 5 views today