The Boys look to even the playing field against Homelander by using Compound V and recruiting a supe named Soldier Boy to take him out in Season 3 of ‘The Boys’. Logan and Henry return to review the season, now streaming on Prime Video.
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“A group of vigilantes set out to take down corrupt superheroes who abuse their superpowers.”
“Tim Blake Nelson, David Arquette, Angela Bettis, Thomas Hobson, Phil Morris and Tara Perry star in this exciting new take on the southern ghost story. In post-Civil War Arkansas, a young doctor is mysteriously summoned to a remote town in the Ozarks only to discover that the utopian paradise is filled with secrets and surrounded by a menacing, supernatural presence.”
They’re here, just in time for ’31 Days of Horror.’ I’m actually talking about the supernatural demons and not those wild ghouls Logan and Henry. 1982’s Poltergeist is widely regarded as one of the best horror films ever and we discuss its impact and the eerie curse that plagued several cast members of the franchise. 🎃👻☠️🍭🎙️
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“A family’s home is haunted by a host of demonic ghosts.”
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We’re giving away the digital code of The Conjuring : The Devil Made Me Do It on September 2nd and we want to hear from you. Let us know in the comments below “What’s your favorite horror film of 2021?” Don’t forget to use #PhellasGiveAway in your answer and we’ll announce one random winner in two weeks.
Those wild Catholicism enthusiasts are back to review A24‘s newest film Saint Maud that’s written/directed by Rose Glass and starring Morfydd Clark. The film arrives in select theaters & drive-ins on January 29th and will be available to stream on EPIX on February 12th!
“Follows a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient.”
In recent years, my reviewing habits have slowed down more than I would’ve liked, since entering the workforce it’s been hard to watch, think and write about films whilst also balancing work and personal lives. I’ve started to pick it up again in the last few months and the reason for this was The Lighthouse, because when I walked out of that first viewing I knew I wanted to write down my thoughts on this film and explain in great detail why it’s a goddamn modern masterpiece of isolationist horror.
Which given our current climate, this film hits a little closer to home now than I realized.