“Tragedy Girls” Review

October 18, 2017 Blair Hoyle

Above all else, Tyler MacIntyre’s Tragedy Girls is a satirical takedown of hashtag culture and the very nature of online deceptiveness as seen through the eyes of two fame-obsessed high school girls. The girls in question are […]

“Brawl in Cell Block 99” Review

October 13, 2017 Blair Hoyle

When you think of intimidating actors, Vince Vaughn probably isn’t the first guy to come to mind. Despite his towering height and some legitimately great dramatic roles over the years, his sharp wit and long history […]

“The Babysitter” Review

October 12, 2017 Blair Hoyle

McG’s first directorial foray into the horror genre proves to be a surprisingly successful one with The Babysitter. Like a vulgar Home Alone with a satanic cult instead of cat burglars, the film embodies a […]

“The Lure” Blu-ray Review

October 9, 2017 Blair Hoyle

Agnieszka Smoczynska’s The Lure is a genuinely unique movie. A rock opera that doubles as a horror fairytale, the film also happens to be a loose adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid. Make […]

“Wish Upon” Blu-ray Review

October 9, 2017 Blair Hoyle

The 1990s were an interesting and polarizing time for the horror genre. While some people find films from the era to be especially charming and fun, others find them too hokey and self-aware to be […]

“Vampyr” Blu-ray Review

October 8, 2017 Blair Hoyle

Some seriously great vampire films came out of the 1920s and 1930s. While F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu and Tod Browning’s Dracula are certainly the most notable, Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Vampyr deserves to be mentioned in the […]

“Better Watch Out” Review

October 4, 2017 Blair Hoyle

In recent years, subverting audience expectations seems to have become more and more difficult. Whether this is due to the sheer amount of movies available at our fingertips or the fact that cinephiles have smartened […]

“A Ghost Story” Blu-ray Review

October 2, 2017 Blair Hoyle

It’s somewhat surprising that a movie with the title A Ghost Story doesn’t even attempt to be traditionally scary, but David Lowery’s latest directorial effort manages to evoke a different kind of fear in a […]

Fantastic Fest 2017: “Mom and Dad” Review

September 30, 2017 Blair Hoyle

Brian Taylor’s collaborations with Mark Neveldine have provided us with some delightfully outrageous cinematic moments over the years. Between the brilliance of Crank and Crank: High Voltage, you should know exactly what you’re getting into with […]

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