To use the catchphrase of floundering oil tycoon wannabe and chief Wonder Woman 1984 villain Maxwell Lord, “Life is good, but it can be better!”.
Presumably made to remind a blissfully ignorant world that killer croc movie, Black Water was made back in 2007 – a film that I’d actually
As the twelve month social write-off that historians will distainfully refer to as 2020 limped to the end of it’s run, one thing that managed
Released in 2016 to universal acclaim, Yeon Sang Ho’s Train To Busan was the best thing to happen to the zombie genre in bloody ages.
The biggest problem you could possibly face being a Korean filmmaker with aspirations of crafting a zombie film is that there’s absolute no way in
Horror movies throughout the passages of time have prided themselves on reflecting the prevalent social issues of the moment – be it The Texas Chainsaw
Indie distributor A24 has been carving quite the impressive path throughout this golden age of the rather ill-defined sub-genre known as “thoughtful horror”, giving such
Back in 2017 Netflix knocked out a feisty comedy horror that not only rose about the usual three-star-and-under type of throwaway film that they usually
Like, woah… Of all the belated comebacks made by cinematic characters over the last few years, surely the return of the eternally upbeat slackers known
Cinema has more than it’s fair share of mental cases lurking in plain sight, just waiting to obsessively stalk normal, everyday folk for our entertainment.
What with pandemics and social anxiety making the world around us an ever more stressful environment, you may be forgiven for feeling the urge to
The X-Men have faced many an obstacle in their long and varied career that includes everything from Magneto’s latest hissy fit to Mojo desperately needing
Immortals wandering among us while striving to avoid rubbing their death-resistant existence in the faces of us “normies” isn’t exactly a new concept but new
Sometimes what you’re doing isn’t anywhere as important as how you do it and nowhere is this more apparent than the plot of a modern
After a rocky road to multiplexes, Blumhouse’s gory, satirical thriller finally makes it’s theatrical bow after pissing off a good selection of people (including a
The concept of taking an old cult TV show and flipping the genre around is nothing new. Just take such movies such as 21 Jump
Let us regard Pixar for a minute and the sheer scale and quality of their product since they reinvented the animation wheel with Toy Story
After Tom Cruise’s 2017 brush with The Mummy failed to jump start Universal’s Dark Universe – an MCU style franchise of connected films that was
The long and winding road for Sega’s favorite blue, spikey son has been slippery and treacherous, but finally, Sonic The Hedgehog has belatedly made it
Ok… stop me if you’ve heard this one before…A disperate group of people have to survive an assault of monsters when… oh, wow. That was