Blood. Violence. And a shot of adrenaline, coursing through your veins. Horror fans will easily recognize these elements stemming from a killer movie, but the very same qualities make Shark Week so successful.
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Picture, if you will, a Los Angeles so fiscally and morally bankrupt that privatized firms now control utilities and civil defense in the metropolis that, unfortunately, seems to define America as a culture. Now, further imagine that those private firms… Continue Reading →
Global Road Entertainment and Zombies In My Blog invite you to a free movie screening of Hotel Artemis next week in Nashville, Tennessee.
Let’s pretend that the first Terminator movie had a baby with the original Robocop movie. What you would get would be Upgrade. It’s a thrilling horror-action film that doesn’t let up for a minute. There is no political agenda to… Continue Reading →
It occurs to me Breaking In, with its Mother’s Day weekend release date, was supposed to be some kind of mother-empowerment film. Unfortunately, while the promise of this was there, the film fails to deliver.