Soda & Telepaths had me do a nice little retro review of the worst entry in the Halloween franchise, Halloween Resurrection… though I’m unsure they knew it was the actual worst when they asked for it. Go see me complain about it for a large amount of words, because that movie is still awful even 20 years later.
Oh lookie, another day and another Soda & Telepaths review, this time off the upcoming episode of Hulu’s Into The Dark series (which looks like a cool series that I need to catch up on somehow, cos the only way this Aussie could see any of it was somehow getting a review copy). Anyway, ENJOY
Soda & Telepaths hooked me up with a screener of the movie Slaxx, which is about Killer Jeans… go read me flailing about this amazing insane movie
And here comes another review for Soda & Telepaths, this time of a really great horror film that you should watch because I say it’s good, and you trust my opinion on this right?
So, Soda & Telepaths let me go on again about another film, this time the upcoming horror film Lucky that’ll be on Shudder in a number of days. Go read it, it’s a good movie and I wrote good words about it
Another writing for Soda & Telepaths, this time about the Shudder horror flick Shook. It’s a fun flick with a couple of problems, including one MAJOR issue but go and read because I judge my self worth by views
Released: 26th January
Seen: 7th February
Have you ever heard the story of how Saw 2 came to be? After the monster success of the first Saw movie the producers were desperate for a second film but the original writers didn’t have the time to come up with a new script. While trying to think of what to do the producers happened upon a script that’d been sent to them by Darren Lynn Boseman that was called The Desperate. After reading it they realised that a few modifications to the script would make it fit in with the Saw franchise and that’s how we ended up with the Saw 2 film that we got. I bring this up because I am convinced that a similar situation happened here with Wrong Turn aka The Foundation.Continue reading “Wrong Turn (2021) – Sorry, Wrong Franchise”
So, over on the old Soda & Telepaths site there’s another little review from me that’s full of the good stuff (AKA me rambling about whatever the hell I got sent to review). Go, enjoy
So, first review of feb and it’s one that’s over on Soda & Telepaths where I talk about the indie film The Night, which is basically The Shining but through a different cultural lens and it’s really good but please read my review over there so I look all big and impressive
Released: 14th January
Seen: 19th January
If you were to make a list of locations that horror movies take place in, The Woods would probably be somewhere near the top of that list. Something about being in the great outdoors, surrounded by trees and being far away from modern civilisation lends itself well to a horror scenario. Films like Cabin in the Woods, Evil Dead and Friday the 13th have all shown that surrounding a bunch of young people by a seemingly endless amount of trees and leaving them to deal with some form of serial killer can create a terrifying ordeal… you can also have films like Hunted, that work on some level but not as many as it should.Continue reading “Hunted (2021) – Little Blood-Red Riding Hood”