Category: Horror


Whatever the inspiration here, likely a gonzo great performance from McAvoy, Shyamalan is firing on all cylinders for the first time in a decade.

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Dialing back on sadism and getting out of the basements, ‘Jigsaw’ surpasses the low standards set by the series, but fails to reinvent a formula in desperate need of it.

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Shockingly soft, gutless and full of fan service. A ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ movie from the directors of ‘Inside’ shouldn’t have been just violent, it should have been traumatizing.

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Cult of Chucky

‘Cult’ is an acquired taste inside an acquired taste. A weird and wonderfully bonkers sequel to ‘Curse’ that keeps the killer doll fresh.

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Happy Death Day Review

Jessica Rothe’s (La La Land) performance is mediocre as the heroine. But, sadly,  it is the best performance in the movie.  To compensate, I found myself trying to figure out the identity of the killer.  Doing this makes this movie worth watching on a late night movie watching binge.  It takes you from your original theory of the killer only to second guess yourself time and again.  The best part of the movie is the one tooth smiling, black jogging suit wearing, wide blue eyed knife wielding giant baby as the murder.

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