The Story Monster Podcast – Episode 12: Chris Margetis of The Manson Bros Midnight Zombie Massacre

Do you like wrestling? I sure as hell do. However, there is one thing I love just as much, horror movies. So when I tell you this is the perfect love-child of the two, believe me. This movie is fuckin' hilarious! The Manson Brothers Midnight Zombie Massacre is over-the-top (pun intended) and insanely entertaining. I…

The Story Monster Podcast – Episode 10, Candyman (2021) Review

My expectations were low going to the theater. I thought to myself, even if this is trash, we still have the original. Candyman is a contrived mess of a movie that did too much in too little time. The story was all over the place and relied heavily on social justice themes. It was a…

Cruella (2021) Review

This is a movie for Millennials not kids. Most children who are fifteen or younger probably don't know who the hell Cruella de Vil is, let alone 101 Dalmatians. Disney must be getting desperate. However, this was a very entertaining movie. It has some super dark themes and was violent at times. As I said…

The Story Monster Podcast – Episode 07, The Suicide Squad (2021) Review feat. PHILmoore

This movie was one hell of a ride and not in a good way. I don't know what the writers and James Gunn are smoking, but I need them to stop....and share. The Suicide Squad is a diet reboot of its predecessor from 2016. Oh how I tried to forget that one. Although the story…

The Story Monster Podcast – Episode 06: Werewolves Within (2021) Review

There's been a debate for hundreds of years about which is better. Werewolves or Vampires? Well I'm here to put all that to rest and declare that werewolves are more awesome! Period. So when I saw the trailer for Werewolves Within, I was sold. Two of my favorite genres, horror and comedy, working together to…

Fear Street: Part 3 – 1666 (2021) Review

We've arrived at the conclusion of the Fear Street trilogy on Netflix. I have to say I'm a little disappointed with the conclusion. Fear Street Part 3 is composed of two different stories, as if the director forgot about Part One. Deena reunited the dismembered hand with its body, and was sent into a trance.…

Fear Street: Part 2 – 1978 (2021) Review

These FEAR Street movies keep getting better. Comparing the first one, FEAR Street: Part One - 1994, I think 1978 is the superior film. When it comes to originality, there's much to be desired. It clearly paid homage to the Friday the 13th franchise. However, there's enough character development and subplots that prevent it from…

The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020) Review

I am a stan for werewolf movies. There's something I find fascinating about the deadly creatures. In The Wolf of Snow Hollow, a town is terrorized by a series of brutal murders every full moon. Officer Marshall (Jim Cummings) is charged with finding the culprit while battling with his belief in the supernatural. It's a…

The Woman In The Window (2021) Review

Amy Adams has been involved with some of my favorite films. From Man of Steel to Arrival. One day I was on YouTube and came across the trailer for this Netflix original. When I saw Gary Oldman was involved, my mind was made up. The title tells you everything you need to know, except for…

Fear Street Part 1: 1992 (2021) Review

It's been so long since I read a Fear Street book. When I saw that Netflix was releasing one movie each week, I thought it was a unique marketing approach. R.L. Stine is one of the key contributors to my love for the horror genre. From the awesome cover art to the collectable box sets,…