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Feel It, Chase It: Twisters Brings the Storm and the Sentiment

As a fan of the 1996 film, Twister, I eagerly anticipated how the sequel, Twisters, would capture the thrilling and nostalgic essence of its predecessor. The original was a groundbreaking film that combined state-of-the-art special effects with a gripping story… Continue Reading →

A Quiet Place: Day One Brings Lupita Nyong’o’s Best Performance Yet

In a movie landscape where the horror genre often relies on overt scares and relentless gore, A Quiet Place emerged as a refreshing film that was both suspenseful and minimalistic. Directed by John Krasinski, the original film captivated audiences with… Continue Reading →

What’s the Price of Fame for MaXXXine?

Many dead bodies lie in her wake on a journey to making a name for herself in 1980s Hollywood… She’s part maverick, part psycho: Maxine Minx is a name you shouldn’t soon forget within the horror genre! I’m sure there… Continue Reading →

Crazy Cage Gets Satanic in Longlegs

Nicolas Cage has seemingly taken the long road through Hollywood. Born into the Coppola family, his on-screen presence found footing within the early ’80s and skyrocketed to an Academy Award for Best Actor in 1995, but his career shifted into… Continue Reading →

Despicable Me 4 is Messy, But Fun

The Despicable Me and Minions movies deserve high praise for their blend of heartwarming storytelling, vibrant animation and infectious humor. Gru has an endearing transformation from villain to loving father and the mischievous antics of the Minions consistently deliver charm… Continue Reading →

In a Violent Nature? More Like a Violent Nature Walk.

As an avid horror movie fan, I’ve always been captivated by the allure of iconic killers like Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers. The silent, relentless pursuit of their victims creates a suspense that’s both terrifying and exhilarating. Yet, as much… Continue Reading →

Exhuma is the Most Fun You Will Have with the Supernatural This Year

Superstitions about dead relatives have always fascinated me, deeply rooted in both cultural heritage and personal experience. Growing up, I was surrounded by tales and beliefs about how the spirits of our deceased loved ones linger around us, influencing our… Continue Reading →

Alien Encounters: Fact or Fiction? You Decide!

Ever since the early days of reality TV, paranormal programming has been a hit. Viewers spend just about the same amount of time squinting at the always-fuzzy videos taken in hopes of deciphering a UFO, a cryptid or something even… Continue Reading →

Taking Hits from Hotel Cocaine

Sometimes a storyline is depicted on screen so intricately by filmmakers, that you instantly feel like you are there. It’s not an easy thing to do and, if done well, it means a lot of communication and work is done… Continue Reading →

Film Masters Gets a Hankering for Some Hicksploitation

What’s a couple of black-and-white stories involving a Lolita-style romance, a lustful farmhand, a vengeful farmer, a bayou moonshiner, a shady policeman, a small-town floozie and a gold-digging stripper all have in common? They’re the latest feature films included in… Continue Reading →

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