Simple Review: Better than a full-size candy bar in your Halloween bag!
If you are a fan of 70’s and 80’s horror films there are three names that are considered horror royalty: Michael, Jason, and Freddy. Of the three, Michael Myers holds a special place in our hearts as the first of the unstoppable serial killers and, in this humble bloggers opinion, the scariest. There is just something about that white, emotionless Captain Kirk mask that sends a shiver down my spine. Unlike Freddy and Jason, Michael Myers never became comic relief in the Halloween series. Yes, the original is head and shoulders above the inferior sequels and reimaginings, but they all treated Michael Myers as a brutal killing machine that you rarely routed for. ( There were some characters, however, that NEEDED Michaels special attention) Director David Gordon Green brings us the return of original masked killer in his movie Halloween(2018), trying to resurrect this franchise. Is it a trick or a treat? Read on to find out, but hurry he is right behind you! (made you look) Continue reading “Movie Review: Halloween(2018)”
Simple Review: We had fun with this movie. (WE?)
With the unstoppable popularity of superhero movies, studios are starting to reach deep into the bag of characters to come up with the next big franchise. Some hit like Deadpool, while others miss, looking at you Suicide Squad but the search continues. This week we are sent the next attempt to hit gold with the film Venom. A rare October superhero movie release, I am sure this will be a polarizing film amongst the fan base. So close your eyes, let that symbiote climb all over you and let’s let our inner bad guy out to run his gooey tongue all over the review of Venom. ( Kinda dirty, huh?) Continue reading “Movie Review: Venom”
There is one thing Hollywood executives dream about: a Film Franchise! If Hollywood has mastered one thing it is milking a good idea for all it is worth, even at the cost of quality. There are many franchises that dominate your local cinema, especially during those hot, summer months, but there are some that started strong but lost momentum. The recent trend in the movie business is to reboot or reimagine these franchises. This week we will witness the relaunching of “The Predator” franchise, and with my excitement for this flick growing, I started to think of franchises that could use a reboot or relaunch. I thought I would share with you, my reliable reader, a few franchises that I would love to see on the silver screen again. Continue reading “Film Franchise’s I Miss”