My Top 50 Favorite Monster Films and Creature Features

Creature features, films about animals we are familiar with that really exist, except they are put in scenarios that are terrifying to the average civilian. Or they become supersized. Basically monster movies, with an emphasis on real life animals. But you also can't ignore the monster flicks that are more on the extraterrestrial side of … Continue reading My Top 50 Favorite Monster Films and Creature Features

It Comes at Night, and The Adventures of the American Rabbit dual review

So some bad news and good news first.  The bad news, I got fired from my full-time job.  The good news, I can blog more.  And I wanted to do 2 films, not because of the special occasion, but because one of these films is so damn bleak that I needed something ridiculously cheery to … Continue reading It Comes at Night, and The Adventures of the American Rabbit dual review

The Magnificent Seven (2016) Review

Nah, I'm just screwin' with yah. Bet you didn't know a 1998 version existed did ya? Here's the actual poster for the movie I'm reviewing. Rating: 3/5 Still not a big fan of posters that just show cast members (usually their faces, sometimes full body if you're lucky), and this seems to be a decent … Continue reading The Magnificent Seven (2016) Review

Blair Witch vs. The Blair Witch Project

Rating 1/5 (for Blair Witch 2016) 4/5 (for The Blair Witch Project 1999) "I see why you like this video camera so much. It's not quite reality. It's totally like a filtered reality man. It's like you can pretend everything is not quite the way it is." I enjoyed The Blair Witch Project. It's a … Continue reading Blair Witch vs. The Blair Witch Project

Don’t Breathe Review

I’m starting to think film critics are seeing the recent competence in horror films like The Witch and Lights Out, and are beginning to confuse it with simple competence. Neither one of those films were bad, mind you, I just didn’t think these movies were going to lead us to the Promised Land. -- Chris … Continue reading Don’t Breathe Review