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Carving Into the Leatherface Prequel Turkey

Welcome back folks to another edition of the critically acclaimed (if only by myself) #HauntLife blog. This week, I am going to look into the recent release of the film Leatherface, a prequel of the 1974 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,… Continue Reading →

The Hitman’s Bodyguard: An Action/Comedy Suprise

I walked into the screening of The Hitman’s Bodyguard with a lot of preconceptions and expectations on just how terrible I expected it to be. From every preview and commercial it looked exactly like another mindless, shoot ‘em up action/comedy and… Continue Reading →

Having Heart Can’t Save Saban’s Power Rangers

Saban’s Power Rangers is not a good movie. In fact, Saban’s Power Rangers is barely a Power Rangers movie. It is over-designed and over-produced, but that doesn’t stop it from being important.

John Wick 2: A Symphony of Carnage

I have to wonder at this point… why does anyone bother to start trouble with John Wick? It’s as if the people who live in John Wick’s world enjoy playing with fire.

Halloween Must See: The Cabin in the Woods

The Cabin in the Woods, directed by Drew Goddard, may be one of the most important horror films ever made. I know, this is a grandiose claim, especially for a movie that some people wouldn’t even consider horror, but hear… Continue Reading →

The Blair Witch Frightens a New Generation

Per Matt Halloween horror arrives early as the Blair Witch returns to frighten audiences like it was 1999.

Searching for a True Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Much like the Zombies’ never-ending hunt for their next victims, I’ve been on a voracious, never-ending hunt for great undead literature. I’ve got a pretty good track record for finding some great books (along with a few ridiculous carcasses)… Continue Reading →

Catching Cooties: An Infectious Film

Circle, circle, dot, dot, now you’ve got your Cooties shot. That imaginary vaccination won’t prevent a food-borne virus from reaching pandemic levels, turning every third- and fourth-grade student in Ft. Chicken, Illinois into undead terrors, but it’s a catchy little… Continue Reading →

Amy

Per Matt With the recent death of Scott Weiland, it seems like an appropriate time to examine another favorite artist of mine, one whose incredible recordings and time on this Earth were also cut way too short, Amy Winehouse.

The Last Witch Hunter

Per Matt Just in time for Halloween, a film featuring magic and witches arrives at movie theaters, but does The Last Witch Hunter have any heart?

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