Wyrmwood: Apocalypse (2021) Review

Wyrmwood: Apocalypse delivers hard-hitting action in a merciless dystopian wasteland overrun with zombies. A few distinct characteristics set the zombies apart from their traditional counterparts. The undead release a gas used as fuel and other purposes. There are hybrid zombies with unique abilities, which makes for some interesting fight scenes. Set in Australia, the world is filled with hidden research facilities where scientists are “working on a … Continue reading Wyrmwood: Apocalypse (2021) Review

Terrifier 2 (2022) Review

Terrifier 2 is the most disgusting film to date. The creator, Damien Leone, pushes the boundaries of discomfort and violence in horror. Art the Clown (David Howard Thornton) earns his place as the slasher icon of this generation. He is a sadistic serial killer who fixates on random victims, stalking them before murdering them in the most barbaric way possible. Oh no, it gets worse. Art … Continue reading Terrifier 2 (2022) Review

The Night House (2020) Review

Easily, one of the most boring films of 2022. Directed by David Bruckner, The Night House is a mystery, thriller which follows a recent widow Beth (Rebecca Hall) as she uncovers dark secrets about her husband. Thriller is the wrong word as little to none is present. Predictable jump scares make it less enjoyable along with the abstract form of storytelling. Surprised this project got the green … Continue reading The Night House (2020) Review

A Growing Boy

“Something bad is happening upstairs.” Jordan declared as he gawked at the ceiling of his two-bedroom apartment. “Don’t overthink it. You remember what the building manager said, her son is special.” Frankie emphasized, imitating the tender voice of the office manager. “Nah, fuck that, something is leaking. Look, it’s brown. If it was water, the stain would be beige or yellow.” Jordan said, waving his … Continue reading A Growing Boy

Pet Sematary (2019) Review

In the 90s, Pet Sematary (1989) came on every day in October. Movie marathons aired on network television and premium channels. Stephen King adaptations dominated the movies made for television genre. In 2019, two directors, Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, dared to reimagine the film. This entry is a lot more visceral and simplified. This Pet Sematary is a far cry from the original. Certain … Continue reading Pet Sematary (2019) Review

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (2022) Review

This is the wackiest Stephen King movie. Such a waste of time! Mr. Harrigan’s Phone has an amazing trailer and great cast. So much could have been done with the premise. A young man is befriended by a wealthy old man who continues to communicate with him after passing away. This is one among many botched King adaptations in the last decade. Starring Jaeden Martell from IT and IT: Chapter … Continue reading Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (2022) Review

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) Review

John Goodman plays this role like the encore of his career. Never saw the actor portray such a creepy, disturbing character. 10 Cloverfield Lane is an impressive entry in the franchise. Loosely connected to the events of the original film, Cloverfield. This movie centers around a young woman being held captive in a doomsday bunker by a man who insists the air above ground is … Continue reading 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) Review

Uncle Peckerhead (2020) Review

The title of this movie is downright ridiculous. One must admire the courage to market a production called Uncle Peckerhead. This is an over-the-top horror comedy available to stream at no cost on Tubi. Commercials included of course. The story is as bonkers as the name suggests. An aspiring punk band makes a deal with a stranger to drive them to a gig, only to … Continue reading Uncle Peckerhead (2020) Review

Nope (2022) Review

Jordan Peele created something special with Nope. Surprisingly, no one is talking about it these days. Mixed reactions from critics upon its theatrical release cast a little skepticism. As the saying goes, “you can be a victim of your own success.” Peele set a precedent of multi-layered storytelling with complex plot threads, subliminal messages, and social commentary. Not surprised if viewers find this film to be … Continue reading Nope (2022) Review