Hoooly shit it’s good to have V/H/S back!!!
Oh how I’ve missed these films. VH/S 94 is everything I wanted and more. Excessive gore, incredibly unique ideas, and a ton of scares!
Superhost takes way way way too long to do anything, and came across as quite boring.
The set up of this film is a premise that we’ve seen done before, and executed more effectively by the likes of Creep, The Rental, and others.
I found myself becoming quite impatient with it towards the end and I just don’t feel this is worth the 90 minutes it consumes of your time.
Holy shit. I should have listened.
Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard (seriously?) is one of the most unpleasant viewing experiences I've ever had. This film genuinely feels like it was written by a 12 year old boy who's had one too many energy drinks, constant out of place swearing, boob jokes and terrible kids TV slapstick.
In it's desperate attempts to be funny this film replaces wit with cuss words, now I love swearing, but I'm afraid you cannot just make a…
Candyman lives up to the name, providing a visual treat, backed with powerful themes and incredible direction.
Candyman 2021 manages to pay homage to the original whilst forging its own brutal path, thanks to incredible storytelling, stunning visuals and brutal kills. Nia DaCosta has shown herself to be a huge talent in horror, and it’s incredibly exciting to see what she’ll do next.