Psychological

Raising Cain – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

When was the last great Brian De Palma movie? Was it Mission Impossible? Maybe. Was it Snake Eyes? Uh, no. Maybe it was Raising Cain? After watching Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release of Raising Cain, I am inclined to think that maybe the film really was De Palma’s last great cinematic thriller (don’t get me wrong, I love Mission Impossible, but that is an action flick). Fan respon...

The Squad Movie/Blu-ray Review

The Squad is part horror, psychological thriller, and confusing. It is full of unanswered questions, with an ending that sort of falls flat. I really wanted to like The Squad, but honestly, with the issues I had with it, I having a hard time convincing myself that it is anything but all right. Read on to see if you agree… Product Information DISCS: 1 RUN-TIME: 100 min ASPECT RATIO: 2.35:1 RE...

Stoker Movie Review

  I don’t know folks, maybe I’m getting older and my taste in movies is going out of whack. I’ve seen several people on the internet, that say Stoker is a brilliant movie, amazing even and after I watched it, my first thought was, meh. I mean, it was alright and had some interesting plot points going on with it and there are times when the movie is beautifully shot, although...

Magic Magic Movie Review

  Who’s in the mood to see a strange movie, about an attractive girl, slowly going crazy, pulling her pants down and shoving her crotch in Michael Cera’s face? How about a movie that has Michael Cera speaking Spanish and trying to act sexy, but comes off pretty damn creepy instead? If you said yes to either of those, than I guess Magic Magic is exactly what you’re looking fo...

Playmates Book Review

Release: April 18th, 1988, Pages: 320  I really enjoy picking up a random book that I have no idea what it’s about and just cracking it open and enjoying the heck out of it. Playmates, written by Andrew Neiderman, is a psychological thriller, with enough tense moments on it’s pages, you’ll be sweating bullets until the thrilling end. Read on to see what this book is all abou...

Intruders Movie Review

Release: 2011, Rating: R, Runtime: 100 min. Part psychological and part horror, Intruders is entirely unique, but still stubs it’s toes a few times in the trek of making a good film… Short nitty-gritty plot description from IMDb is as follows: Two children living in different countries are visited nightly by a faceless being who wants to take possession of them. Things start up with a ...

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