Emerging from the impressive tailspin that pretty much left his name in tatters, that cheeky little Spielberg/Hitchcockian hybrid known as M. Night “what a twist!”
First up, let me level with you all…This is the first Spike Lee movie I ever got round to seeing. I know, I know! Legitimately
After a seemingly endless string of movies that turned out to be boring, dopey or just outright awful, it seemed that Hollywood twist fanatic M.
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
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
M. Night Shyamalan’s capper to the stealth trilogy – unofficially starting with Unbreakable in 2000 and stunning everyone who didn’t even realise it existed until
The previous Insidious movie – titled Chapter 3 despite being set before the first two movies, therefore throwing anyone with numerical dyslexia into a cold
Usually, by the time a horror franchise trundles into it’s third installment, it’s a fair bet that the orginal creative minds that started the whole
Apparently there are but two certainties in life and common knowledge dictates that they are death and taxes; but a third could quite easily be
Blumhouse has made quite the name for themselves as a studio that has one eye firmly on the major issues of the times. With such
For a moment there where it seemed that director James Wan wasn’t going to live up to the overwhelming promise of his debut movie, Saw.
Just because you haven’t got a budget to finance a small Latin American Country, doesn’t you can’t splurge on big ideas in your science fiction
Blumhouse is at it again. Utilizing their uncanny sense of the zeitgeist and racially progressive stories in order to add some much needed spice with
It’s really is a new dawn for horror movies these days…Five odd years of intelligent (if divisive) fear flicks have beefed the genre up beyond
All good horror icons, like bread, tend to rise.Forgive the food metaphor, I’m currently writing this while hungry, but no matter how many times they