Tag emotional trauma

Smile Gives Me an Evil Grin for the Spooky Season

Per Matt The unexplained should not always be scary; but quite often, it is. Irrational fears can grow after experiencing something new, unexpected and unknown. But when all of these elements fit together nicely in a film, you’ve got yourself… Continue Reading →

Clerks III Inconveniently Saves the Best for Last

Per Matt Snoochie Boochies! The View Askewniverse is back, and this time, they wanna make a movie… In order to fully review Kevin Smith’s latest, Clerks III, I’ve got to explain my backstory with his films.

Sylvester Stallone is a True Superhero in Samaritan

If you have followed this blog for any amount of time, you may see that I hardly ever review movies and shows by Amazon Studios. While I sit here thinking about what I have seen on the streaming service, I… Continue Reading →

Ghosts’ Bed and Breakfast Meets Maximum Capacity

A house doesn’t have to be haunted in order for lingering spirits to be attached to the property. I believe in guardian angels, as well as mischievous souls stuck in Purgatory. Growing up in a very old farmhouse (which is… Continue Reading →

Vengeful Spirit Makes a Terrible Roommate in Room 203

Over the years I have found myself needing to share living expenses with another person. Back in 1996, I was lucky enough to actually get a friend of mine as a roommate in college. I have had some good roomies… Continue Reading →

Pixar’s Turning Red is a Weirdly Wonderful Family Film

Many, many years ago (more than I would like to think), I was a young kid on the verge of adolescence. I remember being a dork in school, getting picked on quite a bit. My dad had combed my hair… Continue Reading →

Lamb is Possibly the Best Bizarre Film, Ever

I have watched a ton of movies that many consider to be on the weird side of the aisle. Troma Entertainment would probably be the most famous production company for these kinds of films. But with those movies, you know… Continue Reading →

Moody Black Lotus Expands the Blade Runner Universe

Is it possible to fall headfirst for a setting, a city and a timeframe, but absolutely despise the theme of a story? That’s kind of my relationship with Los Angeles 2032 and Blade Hunter: Black Lotus.

Franchise Games: Welcome to the Blumhouse

Per Matt Welcome to the Blumhouse is a unique horror anthology series grouped as similarly themed feature films. Exclusively released on Amazon Prime Video, the first four movies (Piecing It All Together) revolved around “family and love as redemptive or… Continue Reading →

Michael Myers Returns (Finally!) and Halloween Kills

Per Matt The brutal rivalry/competition between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers is endless. Good vs. evil duking it out during a creepy holiday felt like great storytelling more than 40 years ago, so what’s an apex predator to do for… Continue Reading →

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