GARBAGE DAY!! We review one of the worst horror movies ever made, Silent Night, Deadly Night 2.
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“The now-adult Ricky talks to a psychiatrist about how he became a murderer after his brother, Billy, died, which leads back to Mother Superior.”
Do you read Sutter Cane? Logan Myerz reviews the final entry in John Carpenter’s Apocalypse trilogy In the Mouth of Madness.
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“An insurance investigator begins discovering that the impact a horror writer’s books have on his fans is more than inspirational.”
“The Last Castle Rock Story…….” We review Fraser C. Heston’s 1993 film Needful Things starring Ed Harris and Max von Sydow.
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“A mysterious new shop opens in a small town which always seems to stock the deepest desires of each shopper, with a price far heavier than expected.”
Attention all you ghouls, goons, and horror-heads, take an eerie trip with Nile Fortner to Orlando Florida’s Halloween Horror Nights 2018. Scare zones, concerts, and of course..horror.
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Tom Hardy in 2018s ‘Venom’ – A Superhero Film in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time
by Nile Fortner
The Marvel comic book villain known as Venom first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man comics 30 years ago and now the villain a.k.a anti-hero hits the big screen in his very own movie. Audiences and fans haven’t seen the Venom character in a film since That ’70s Show actor Topher Grace portrayed him in Sam Raimi’s 2007s Spider-Man 3. Venom felt like an afterthought in Spider-Man 3, which left a sour taste in mind for some fans. I am a huge fan of the character Spider-Man and I’ve grown up with the character. Such as growing up with Sam Raimi’s trilogy and being an avid reader of the character in the comics to this day. I also grew up with superhero films like Ang Lee’s 2003 film Hulk and Halle Berry’s 2004 Catwoman. The 90s and early 2000s were a time when a large portion of superhero films used the popularity of a character to make a profit and they cared very little about the source material, comics, and even the fans. Tom Hardy in 2018s Venom feels like a superhero movie from the early 2000s and it’s a superhero film in the wrong place at the wrong time.
by Armando Vanegas
Divorce is an HBO series in which Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church are Frances and Robert, a couple who, after a strange event at a friend’s house, realize that they’re stuck in a rut in their marriage, causing them to divorce. Created by Irish actress/writer/producer Sharon Horgan of Amazon’s Catastrophe and IFC’s The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and executive produced by Paul Simms of NewsRadio, Atlanta, and Girls, the series offers an unflinching look at what happens when two adults decide to get a divorce and the complications that come as a result while attempting to keep things as civilized as possible. The show is great at showing how different both Frances and Robert might have their faults, but no one is painted as an outright villain as the actors bring multiple dimensions to their characters, so that we can understand what they loved in each other and what made them break apart.
Nicolas Cage is back! We reviewed Panos Cosmatos new revenge horror flick Mandy.
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“The enchanted lives of a couple in a secluded forest are brutally shattered by a nightmarish hippie cult and their demon-biker henchmen, propelling a man into a spiraling, surreal rampage of vengeance.”