Boys from County Hell (2020) Review

Shudder is one of my favorite apps! No, they do not sponsor me. Boys from County Hell came across my radar via Bloody Disgusting on Twitter. It's not everyday you get to see Irish road workers fight a primeval vampire. The story is about an uninspired young man and his domineering father. They are tasked…

Akame ga Kill! (2014) Review

One of the most bizarre shows I've seen this year! Akame ga Kill is like watching a Tarantino movie. Its got profanity, extreme violence, sexual themes, and shocking deaths. At times I felt like I was watching Game of Thrones the way characters were being picked off. The story begins with a young warrior named…

Coming 2 America (2021) Review

Before Wakanda made it the big screen, there was Zamunda. Eddie Murphy reprises the role of Akeem, the ruler of the wealthy African nation. He is joined by his "trusted" companion, Semmi, who plays a larger role in this installment. There are new celebrity cameos and musical numbers galore. Ironically, too much of a good…

Tom & Jerry (2021) Review

This movie is a flaming shopping cart of used diapers. I can't believe someone green lit the script. Tom & Jerry is a staple of my childhood and I was happy to see them in a modern lens. Like most live-action adaptations of cartoons, the focus was on the wrong subject, humans. The comedic duo…

Willy’s Wonderland (2021) Review

Nicholas Cage is truly a National Treasure. This time around he takes on the role of a janitor, hired to clean up an old children's arcade & restaurant. What should be a mundane task, turns into a night of hardcore fatalities and dark revelations. I had an amazing time viewing this film. There's a nostalgia…

PG: Psycho Goreman (2020) Review

Children of the 90s are going to love this. Psycho Goreman is the love child of Jeepers Creepers and Goldar. He's a monster that takes pleasure in murdering people, all while being a complete goofball. This film is not to be taken seriously, its a tongue-in-cheek parody of the genre. Think of it as an…

The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020) Review

Before reading this, queue up Netflix and go watch The Forty-Year-Old Version. So far, it is the funniest movie of the year. It wasn't even on my radar. My girlfriend was like, "Hey bae let's watch this." Being that I pick the majority of features I obliged. I must say, I'm happy I did because…

Halloweentown (1998) Review

Disney had the best direct to television movies in the 90s. Halloweentown was a hit during the holiday, especially during it's release. A movie full of traditional monsters presented in a lighthearted manner. The monsters were whimsical, colorful, and goofy. Marnie, an overoptimistic teenager, discovers she is a witch on Halloween. Her grandmother, Aggie (Debbie…

Leprechaun (1993) Review

This was my childhood! Who gives a damn about a murderous doll? Leprechaun has razor sharp teeth, can kill you with magic, and quick on his feet. I did a review for the reboot/sequel Leprechaun Returns and now I'll be giving my thoughts on the original. Warwick Davis did an exceptional job playing this iconic…

Death Becomes Her (1992) Review

This film holds a special place in my heart. It is one I watched with my late grandmother. She allowed me (fell asleep) to watch a bunch of crazy movies when I was a child. Death Becomes Her was one of them. It has such strong imagery and reminds me of The Addams Family. Two…