My second review on My Kind Of Weird in as many days, this time of the most recent film that’s on Shudder. It’s called The Twin, I did a whole bunch of writing about it that you should read because I am very above average at this.
NOTE: Here is my review from Soda & Telepaths that was posted back on August 12, 2021
The 4th season of the series Slasher, going by the subtitle “Flesh and Blood”, follows the Galloway family. The patriarch of the Galloway family, Spencer Galloway (David Croenenberg) has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and has decided to set up a competition on his personal island in order to see who among his family (including his wife, children and grandchildren) will end up with his entire fortune.Continue reading “Slasher: Flesh And Blood – S4 Episode 1 & 2”
NOTE: Here is my review from Soda & Telepaths that was posted back on April 13, 2021Continue reading “The Power (2021) is Deeply rooted in themes of Possession and comments on Rape Culture”
NOTE: Here is my review from Soda & Telepaths that was posted back on April 30, 2020
Zombies, one of the most overused creatures in media today. If you name a genre then sure enough, there’ll be a zombie-filled version of it somewhere. There are zombie romance films, zombie westerns, hell a little over a week ago I was watching a Disney zombie musical that was popular enough to warrant a sequel. Zombies are everywhere and everyone uses them but sometimes they get used for something special. Every now and then a zombie property breaks out from the bonds of the genre to actually be something special. Blood Quantum is one of those movies.Continue reading “BLOOD QUANTUM (2020) – An Important And Extremely Entertaining Shudder Exclusive”
NOTE: Here is my review from Soda & Telepaths that was posted back on April 1st, 2020. This was the first of several reviews regarding episodes of Cursed Films
Every fan of genre cinema has a favourite cursed films story, one that they would gleefully pull out at the drop of a hat to show how much they love certain films. Legendary cursed horror films like The Exorcist, Poltergeist, The Omen, The Crow and Twilight Zone: The Movie have been sources of fascination for fans who want to talk about just why certain films seemed to be magnets for sorrow.Continue reading “CURSED FILMS SEASON 1 (2020) – Docuseries featuring all the Horror Greats”
So this was going to be run on Soda & Telepaths but with that place being rebranded and reviews no longer being a thing I’m going to run it over here instead. Why yes, this does mean at some point I might end up having to do a whole bunch of work moving 50+ reviews over here, you caught onto that… anyway, enjoy this look at a pretty great series
Behind the Monsters is a documentary series on Shudder that explores a different villain from horror history in every episode, covers the franchises that turned them into the iconic characters that they are and discusses their importance to the culture. Made up of interviews with cast, crew, critics and fans of each film, the franchise promises to cover such classic horror villains as Chucky, Freddy Krueger, Candyman, Jason Voorhees, Pinhead and the subject of the pilot episode that will be talked about today, Michael Myers from Halloween.Continue reading “Behind the Monsters: Episode 1 – Halloween”
Thanks to Shudder and Soda & Telepaths I managed to get my hands on the first two episodes of the new season of Slasher: Flesh and Blood, so go read my review where I talk about them. I don’t know if I’m going to get to do the entire series, here’s hoping because it looks like a really good season that’ll be a lot of fun.
So because it’s about time I got back on the saddle, I went off and wrote a review of the campy slasher flick Vicious Fun over on Soda and Telepaths. You know the drill, head on over there and read it so that I can look as good as possible
…I couldn’t think of a witty subtitle.
Point is that I wrote another review on Soda & Telepaths about the strange little horror film Caveat and that review is full of reasons why you should watch it
Yep, another review on Soda and Telepaths to start the month off and this time I reviewed the lost oddity The Amusement Park, and it is a good review that you should read because I do the good writing