Review – Spiral (2021

Spiral promised to reinvigorate the franchise by adding some big names in Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson. Did the film succeed or is it time to send the series to the cutting room floor? Find out what the two horror hounds Logan and Henry thought in their review for Spiral: From the Book of Saw now playing in theaters.

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“A criminal mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw.”

OFFICIAL TRAILER – THE CALL starring Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell – In Theaters October 2nd

” From the creator of Final Destination, Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell star in this terrifying tale of death from the fall of 1987. After a tragic accident, a group of small-town friends must survive the night in the home of a sinister couple. One by one, their worst nightmares quickly become reality as they enter the realm of THE CALL. Four Friends. One Phone Call. 60 Seconds. Stay Alive.”

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Review – Project Ithaca (2019)

by Nile Fortner

The Intensity of Saw comes to Outer Space in Project Ithaca

Trapped. No way out. Searching for a crevice, but the walls are dark and no one has a clue how they got there in the first place. Project Ithaca finds five strangers on an alien spaceship, an alien spaceship that runs on their fear. The strangers are trapped and they soon realize that this species has been abducting humans for possibly centuries. The films cast features Deragh Campbell (Never Eat Alone), Daniel Fathers (Snatch), and James Gallanders (Saw II and The Bride of Chucky).

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The Best and Worst Movies of 2017

by Kevin Muller

The Worst Films of 2017

10. Suburbicon

George Clooney took a shot at directing a film that was scripted by the Coen Brothers.  Unfortunately, the groundwork laid by the brothers wasn’t strong enough for Clooney to make a good film. It is spectacular failure. The first half of the film leads us through an interesting story that drops the ball in the second half. Clooney decided to combine an unproduced script, a crime film, and the true story of a black family living in a white suburb, into one movie. The problem is that both scripts have totally different tones and themes that could’ve worked if they had their own movie, but by mashing them together, it created a narrative mess that you can’t pinpoint where it starts and ends.

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