by Kevin Muller
The Top 10 Worst Films of 2019
10. The Kitchen
The tenth spot on this list is reserved for, not necessarily a bad film, but for one that given the talent involved, should’ve worked. Based upon the Graphic Novel, “The Kitchen” tells the story of three women who are romantically involved with men connected to the Irish Mob. When the men are all thrown in jail, the three must band together to continue the men’s work, to avoid financial debt to themselves, and the community that depends on the mob. The leads are played by Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, and Melissa McCarthy, in what seemed to be the perfect trio to pull this off. Unfortunately, a story that should’ve been about female empowerment, was just so lifeless on its execution. The film also failed to carry a consistent tone. It tried to be funny, with awkward results, it tried to be a crime drama, but failed to give the controversial story any type of spark. It was the definition of a missed opportunity.
The fun of Saturday morning cartoons come to the Halloween season with NECA’s Toony Terrors. In this video, Nile Fortner brings the adorable little horrors home and these figures include your favorite horror movie icons. Some of the characters include Pennywise, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and more coming soon this Halloween season.
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“Prepare to Meet Your New Best Friend.” Logan Myerz finds his new buddi and reviews the new ‘Child’s Play movie now playing in theaters.
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“A mother gives her 13-year-old son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature.”
by Nile Fortner
In 2019, the horror icon Chucky stars in this 2019 reboot movie and an upcoming SyFy network television series that connects to the original series. This is because two different studios (Orion Pictures and Universal) are battling for the rights of the franchise and character. However, this reimagining of Child’s Play is how you do a reimagining, reboot, etc.
Chucky returns for the 7th time in the brand new horror film ‘Cult of Chucky.’ #31DaysofHorror
AMC is bringing back its annual event again this year. This year, FearFest officially begins this year Oct. 23 and lasts up until Halloween. Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Child’s Play, Leprechaun, and Dawn of the Dead are just a few of the movies that will air this month.
AMC FearFest 2017 runs October 23-31.
Check out the schedule below!