The Fanatic

“The Fanatic” was released in 2019. (same year Joker came out) It was critically panned by many critics (most notably, Chris Stuckmann) and movie goers alike. To put salt in the wound it only made $3,153 at the box office. A low point considered to be John’s lowest grossing film worse than “Battlefield Earth.” OUCH! […]

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Us

After Jordan Peele ultimately won an Academy Award for “Best Original Screenplay” from his directorial debut known as “Get Out,” he began to work on a screenplay for his next movie inspired by “The Twilight Zone” episode titled, “Mirror Image.” After penning the script, he recruited Oscar winning actress, Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years A Slave, […]

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Truth Or Dare

In 2017, Universal Pictures & Blumhouse Productions announced that they’re working on a movie titled, “Truth Or Dare” directed by Katie Couric’s nephew, Jeff Wadlow. (Never Back Down, Kick-Ass 2) For no apparent reason, Universal green-lit the script along with another dud known as “Skyscraper.” Truth Or Dare was released on April 13th, (on a […]

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Halloween (2018)

After Rob Zombie’s remake of “Halloween” and its sequel earned negative reactions from critics and fans alike, a third entry was supposed to be shot in 3-D, Rob called it quits so he can move on to other projects based on his career as both a musician and filmmaker. Dimension Films were desperate to search […]

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Halloween (2007)

After “Halloween: Resurrection” was critically panned, Dimension Films recruited musician/filmmaker Rob Zombie (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects) to write, co-produce and direct a part prequel part remake of John Carpenter’s “Halloween” (Rob is also a fan of the original) exploring the origins of Michael Myers’ childhood before his killing spree commenced. Rob reluctantly […]

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Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

After John Carpenter’s original Halloween movie earned positive reviews and made a lot of money at the box office, countless sequels failed to recapture lightning in a bottle as the first entry ranging from Halloween II (not Rob Zombie’s follow up to his remake) to Rob Zombie’s remake and its follow up as each one […]

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Halloween (1978)

Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho as arguably the quintessential slasher movie that paved the way of deranged homicidal villains in cinema history, filmmaker John Carpenter (Escape From New York, The Thing, (1982) Big Trouble In Little China) directed a film as a spiritual successor to Hitchcock’s signature picture about a deranged psychopath who escapes from […]

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Predator

After Aliens earned critical acclaim and made money at the box office, Fox commenced development to produce a script as a cross between Rambo & Aliens with Arnold Schwarzenegger & Carl Weathers as mercenaries who lead a small group of soldiers who are sent to rescue civilians located in a jungle. At first, everything seems […]

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Cult Of Chucky

The Premise for Cult Of Chucky, is set after the events of Curse Of Chucky. Charles Lee Ray/Chucky, has return to hunt down his new enemy, Nica. This time she’s been sent to an asylum, claiming that Chucky was responsible for his crimes. Nobody believes her, as a result, she’s been transferred to the asylum […]

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Curse Of Chucky

Nine years after the critical disaster called Seed Of Chucky, series creator, Don Mancini, nearly took him almost a decade to come up with a sixth entry to the franchise. He began to write and direct “Curse Of Chucky, with Brad Dourif returning to portray Chucky yet again. Curse Of Chucky is the first film […]

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Seed Of Chucky

After the release of Bride Of Chucky, series creator, Don Mancini, took a temporary break to come up with another follow up to Bride, by introducing another character related to Chucky, this time son in the fifth film called, “Seed Of Chucky.” Released in 2004, Seed Of Chucky didn’t earn enough box office revenue as […]

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Child’s Play 3

Fresh from working on the first two Child’s Play movies, Universal Pictures pressured series creator Don Mancini, to immediately write another follow up to Child’s Play 2. Creatively exhausted  but with no other choice, Mancini began writing Child’s Play 3. Universal green litted the script and announced a release date one year later. Not kidding […]

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Bride Of Chucky

1991 was an epic failure for the Child’s Play franchise, the third installment was the one that divided most Horror fans and critics. Until 1996, Wes Craven directed a film called “Scream,” earning critical and commercial success. After a long hiatus,  Don Mancini felt encouraged to write Bride Of Chucky due to the popularity of […]

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Child’s Play 2

After the success of Child’s Play, series creator, Don Mancini, felt relieved that his film became a critical & commercial success. As a result, he began to write a follow up to the first movie called “Child’s Play 2.” Brad Dourif reprises his role as Charles Lee Ray/Chucky, the main antagonist of the series along […]

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Child’s Play

The 1980’s was an important decade for the Horror movie genre. Many films including Friday The 13th, Hellraiser, & Nightmare On Elm Street, became instant classics due to its main antagonist, backstories, and of course, the bloodbath for each series. One of the most iconic villain in the Horror genre is Chucky from the “Child’s […]

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