How is The Meg different from Sharknado? It’s the presence of Jason Statham. He is definitely not the new Ian Ziering. It would take 100 Ians to make one Jason. Why? Because Jason Statham is the coolest actor in the world.
Where do I begin? Movies about large, killer animals are never good. In general, they are painfully derivative and borderline ridiculous. The one stand-out in this genre of films is the original Jaws. Trust me here, The Meg is no Jaws.
Jason Statham (The Transporter) seems to be joining a cast almost as diverse as The Fast and The Furious to go up against a megalodon shark. He’s part of an aquatic research crew — which includes Cliff Curtis (Sunshine, Whale… Continue Reading →
Just for fun, from time to time, I’ll take a break from horror and pop-culture programming and actually watch TV shows simply for the visual wonder and awe-inspiring nature of its subject matter. Blue Planet II is that kind of… Continue Reading →
I’m gonna lose so much street cred in the horror circles I run in for this article, but I don’t care. I took Maggie (the future Misses Danno) to live out a childhood dream last night at TPAC. Disney’s The… Continue Reading →
In the trailers for 47 Meters Down, some critics are saying it’s the best shark movie since Jaws, the seminal movie that defined underwater horror, premiering in 1975. That’s more than 40 years of movies. So, apparently there hasn’t been… Continue Reading →
As the Lagina Brothers dig into the complex, multilayered 200-year-old mystery that lies below Oak Island, numerous clues, theories and circumstantial evidence have all been presented (many of which have been disproved), along with a decent amount of documentation that has backed up… Continue Reading →