Paranormal Activity

In 2007, Screamfest Horror Film Festival screened a found footage film titled, “Paranormal Activity.” Directed and produced by Oren Peli, it’s about a couple named, Katie & Micah. The former encountered a ghost since childhood. Micah uses a camera to record proof of evidence. As the story progresses, the couple become paranoid. The crowd praised […]

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Flashback Review: Van Helsing (2004)

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s Halloween Month. Meaning, I’ll be looking over horror movies during October. Today’s Flashback Review is a crossover with iconic classic “Universal Monsters” including Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein & Jekyll/Hyde as they cross paths with Dracula’s nemesis “Van Helsing.” Thanks to the success of Stephen Sommer’s remake […]

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Squid Game: Season 1

A South Korean mystery action-thriller titled, “Squid Game” is currently streaming on Netflix. It became an instant hit earning strong reactions from TV critics and streamers alike. In addition to all the hype, the show surpassed “Stranger Things” & Bridgerton”as Netflix’s highest viewed series racking up 111 million streamers. Squid Game became a fad imitating […]

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Gamer’s Review: Dead Space 2

“Dead Space 2” was officially released in 2011 (same year Skyrim came out) on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Like it’s predecessor, the sequel earned critical acclaim from critics and gamers alike. “Dead Space 3” concluded the series. It’s a shame Electronic Arts (EA for short) didn’t make a fourth game due to the […]

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Species

“Species” was released in 1995. (same year Crimson Tide came out) It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Regardless of divisive reactions, the film made enough money at the box office. A theatrical sequel titled, “Species II” came out in 1998. Unfortunately, it was a clunker. Two TV films aired in The […]

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No Time To Die

After “Spectre” was released in 2015, a fifth installment of the rebooted “James Bond” with Daniel “Dan” Craig titled, “No Time To Die” began development. When Sam Mendes left to make other projects, MGM & Eon Productions offered directors Christopher Nolan, (my personal hero) Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later, Sunshine) & Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, […]

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The Many Saints Of Newark

In 2018, five years after James Gandolfini’s untimely death, David Chase confirmed Warner’s Bro. (WB for short) and New Line Cinema bought the rights to produce “The Many Saints Of Newark.” A prequel film to the award winning HBO series and one of m favorite shows, “The Sopranos.” Set in The late 60s back when […]

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Justice League Dark (2017)

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. Meaning, I’ll be selecting horror related movies, then post a review if it’s good or bad. This time I’ve decided to pick the eighth installment of the “DC Animated Movie Universe” (not connected to Bruce Timm’s Batman) focusing on Batman teaming up […]

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Freaky

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. During October, I’ll be selecting specific horror movies. I’ve chosen a body swap themed horror comedy titled, “Freaky” starring Vince Vaughn & Kathryn Newton. The premise is about a serial killer who uses a magical dagger stabbing a teenage girl which causes them […]

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Gamer’s Review: Dead Space (2008)

“Dead Space” was released in 2008 (same year Super Smash Bros Brawl came out) on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It received universal acclaim from critics and gamers alike. Plus, it sold enough copies worldwide. Dead Space spawned two direct-to-video films, a limited comic book series, a spin-off called, “Dead Space Extraction” on the Nintendo […]

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The Strangers

“The Strangers” was released in 2008. (same year Dead Space came out) It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Despite divisive reactions, the film managed to become a sleeper hit at the box office and eventually garnered a cult following. A sequel titled, “The Strangers: Prey At Night” came out in 2018. […]

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Scream

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. Now’s the right time to select which movies to watch and review throughout October. Today’s review is a notable satirical slasher film from The 90s known as “Scream.” Prior to its release, future showrunner Kevin Williamson (Dawson’s Creek, I Know What You Did […]

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Kalifornia

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. To get into the Halloween spirit, I’ve decided to pick which movie to watch. I like to share my thoughts on an underrated crime horror thriller called, “Kalifornia.” The Premise is about a writer and a photographer travel across the country researching […]

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Four Good Days

“Four Good Days” premiered in 2020 (same year Mac Miller’s final album Circles came out) at “The Sundance Film Festival” and finally got a theatrical release in 2021. It received mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Today’s review contains no SPOILERS whatsoever. I’m giving many of you a chance to see this obscure […]

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage

After “Venom” came out in 2018 earning negative reactions from critics, fans and movie goers alike, Sony commenced development of a Venom sequel and their own cinematic universe based on characters from “Spider-Man” such as “Morbius,” “Kraven The Hunter,” “Nightwatch” & “Madame Web.” Both Morbius & “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” were delayed, due to […]

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Flashback Review: X-Men: The Last Stand

After “X2: X-Men United” was released in 2003, 20th Century Fox (pre-Disney purchase) commenced development on a third installment. Bryan Singer (back when he had dignity as a respected director) was attached to direct to direct, but he dropped out to make “Superman Returns” The original 1978 “Superman” with Christopher Reeve inspired him to make […]

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