HOSTEL (2006)

About this time last year I forced myself to sit down and finally view Hostel. I had been hesitant to watch this film, having heard from most friends how terrible it was and how it was nothing more than a torture porn gore fest, but it was onDemand (aka FREE) and I needed a break…

HALLOWEEN (2018)

Michael Myers is back at it again in the most recent installment of the Halloween franchise. Picking up 40 years after the original Halloween (1978), Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode. Suffering from PTSD, she has spent her life waiting for a chance to confront and kill the man who tortured her and her…

FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)

Tomorrow is Friday the 13th. The moment that I realized this “horrifying” day fell in October, I knew that there was only one thing I could do… write a blog about it. By “it” I of course mean the movie franchise starring psychotic killer Jason Voorhees. Of all the modern day horror icons, the hockey-masked killer…

IT (2017)

NOTE BEFORE READING: This review contains multiple SPOILERS. I wrote this as my first attempt at writing reviews and found that it was too personal of a perspective for many sites to publish. So I decided to leave my review here for you all to read… Now on to the next one!   Take a…

BATMAN (1989)

Hello friends! I am back and couldn’t be more excited to start talking movies with you all again! Well, the Touch of Evil post settled it: the success of my House of Wax classic blog appears to have been a fluke. I am all about giving the readers what they want and with that in mind,…

TOUCH OF EVIL (1958)

Last week, House of Wax was a total hit with you guys. So either you love classic cinema or horror is the way to go for my readers. This film should settle the debate. This classic is often required viewing for film schools and often appears on top 100 lists. I am talking about none other…

HOUSE OF WAX (1953)

As some of you might recall from my previous posts, I used to work in home entertainment as a producer creating the bonus feature documentaries for a lot of great pieces of cinema. The wonderful thing about my job was that it exposed to me a lot of movies that I hadn’t yet had the…