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The Curse of Downers Grove (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

More often than not when I have a movie to review, I don’t usually read the back cover or look for any sort of information about it. I rather go in blind and make up my own mind once I’ve seen it. The Curse of Downers Grove is one such movie where I probably should’ve read a little more about it. I went in expecting a horror film about a mysterious curse that is supposedly killin...

Lost After Dark Movie Review

A proper homage can be a hard thing to accomplish. Usually the end product comes off more as a gimmick, mimicking what we knew and loved than an actual product from that time period. Thankfully, Lost After Dark succeeds for the most part in producing a slasher film that really feels like it could’ve come out in the heyday of the slasher uprising in the early 80s. There are a few slips here a...

Shocker Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I’m not sure about the hate this movie gets; do people not like having fun when watching flicks? Wes Craven’s Shocker is a perfect example of a fun time. It doesn’t take itself serious, the lead killer, played by X-Files star Mitch Pileggi, is fantastic and looks to be having a blast, and the movie has a scene where the hero and the villain are jumping through different TV channe...

Army of Frankensteins (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

When reviewing movies, you really got to be careful with your opinions and expectations. Take for example Army of Frankensteins. On the outside, it’s a movie filled with terrible CGI, awful acting and a plot that is all over the place. The thing is, Army of Frankensteins was made on a budget of $65,000, with local talent filling the roles. If you think about it that way, the movie does deser...

Metamorphosis / Beyond Darkness (Double Feature Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Okay, I’m going to come out and say it right away, these movies are terrible. The acting is terrible, the effects are terrible, the story is terrible, and the overall experience watching these two disasters is terrible. There, I said it. Whew, I feel better. As many already know, I’m a huge fan of cheesy, low budget 80’s movies (in this case 1990 movies,) but watching Metamorphos...

Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story Movie Review

I never really did get into the whole Slender Man / The Operator craze that has swept the internet as of lately. I know nothing about the backstory or the YouTube series, Marble Hornets, so you might say that I’m not the best person to be reviewing a movie that is based on it. However, I got to do my job and my job is to review a movie called Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story. Is it a ...

CUB (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

You may or may not of noticed I’ve been a little slack lately on the reviews, but that’s only because I recently moved into a brand new house, with my time being taken up unpacking all the numerous goodies I’ve accumulated over the years (note to self, I own way to many unopened action figures.) Thankfully though, I managed to find some me time and I plunked myself down in front ...

Nomads (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Confused. That’s the best word I can describe my experience watching the newly released Scream Factory Blu-ray of 1986 movie Nomads. Confused, but oddly satisfied with my movie watching experience. Starring Pierce Brosnan, with an odd french accent, and Lesley-Anne Down, who looks smoking hot in the included 2015 interview, Nomads is a movie about a bunch of leather clad youths, who love to ...

The People Under the Stairs Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

It’s been forever since I’ve seen Wes Craven’s 1991 horror remake of Home Alone, titled The People Under the Stairs. I could barely remember anything about the movie, save for a kid that gets trapped inside a house, and a man in a gimp suit, running around and shooting up the walls. Of course, I’m only kidding when I say the movie is a remake of Home Alone, but you got to a...

Suburban Gothic (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Having not heard of Suburban Gothic before, Amberlight Productions was nice enough to send over the Anchor Bay Canada Blu-ray release for review, and I got to say, I’m glad I was able to enjoy this comedic ghost story. Featuring some wonderful performances by Criminal Minds actor Matthew Gray Gubler, loveable Kat Dennings, and Ray Wise, who arguably plays the best character in the movie, the...

Toolbox Murders 2 (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

This is how terrible and forgettable Toolbox Murders 2 is. I watched the movie last night, getting about two minutes into it and realizing it was going to awful. I managed to survive the nonsensical movie, which looks like two terrible movies mashed together into one even more terrible movie, and today I woke up, completely forgetting I watched a movie last night. As I went about my day, I finally...

Ghost Town (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I believe I mentioned this before on my website, but I figured it’s worth telling again. Ever since I was a little kid, I had this poster of Ghost Town in my room growing up. (I actually still have the same poster to this day rolled up somewhere, ready to be hung up on the walls of my new house we are moving into shortly.) I remember looking at this poster, getting lost in its details and ju...

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