• Werewolves Within

    Werewolves Within


    Very fun and funny comedy with werewolves. Recommended.

  • The Predator

    The Predator


    Disappointing both times I’ve seen it. Aww well.

  • Predator



    “There’s something out there waiting for us, and it ain’t no man,” intones Billy (Mac Eliot), as he stares forlornly into the Central American jungle in John McTiernan’s fist pumping sci-fi horror actioner Predator.

    Leading Billy’s elite special forces team is Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who, as another team member Blain Cooper (Jesse Ventura) put it is now “…in a world of hurt.”

    Dutch and his boys think the CIA has them on a fairly routine but definitely…

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


    The stakes are never too high, the laughs are plentiful, all told it’s an excellent action comedy.

  • Galaxy Quest

    Galaxy Quest


    A glorious guilty pleasure that’s far more clever and comedic than it has any right to be.

  • Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

    Elvira, Mistress of the Dark


    The sassy, slinky, seductive, and endlessly witty cult movie TV hostess with the mostest, Elvira (Cassandra Peterson, awesome) made her character’s big screen debut with this campy comedy from director James Signorelli, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark.

    After inheriting a mansion (as well as an adorable poodle named Algonquin) and more amongst the estate of her great aunt (“I didn’t know I had a good aunt, let alone a great one!”), horror queen Elvira moves from her Los Angeles lifestyle…

  • The Blob

    The Blob


    Chuck Russell won the hearts of many a 1980s horror buff after directing A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors and then following it up with this remake of the 1958 drive-in classic, The Blob.

    While it mostly tanked at the box office, it reigned on home video, due in part to the dashing motorcycle-riding badass Brian Flagg (Kevin Dillon), his daring and resourceful love interest Meg Penny (Shawnee Smith), and the goopy purple-y creature effects of Tony…

  • GoodFellas



    Now go home and get your fuckin’ shinebox.

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    More fun than I anticipated, James Gunn does the bloody, messy (it’s so gory!), amusing superhero schtick so well yet again. 

    Also with this new one, Gunn has given everyone a handy dandy, last minute Halloween costume idea with Starro (just cover your face with a star and you’re one of his star-crossed slaves!). 

    Anyway, if you’re into superheroes and don’t mind the splatter, this is definitely your jam. Enjoy!

  • Flashback



    Criminally overlooked, this sci-fi tinged thriller packs a visceral punch, some legit scares, narrative twists and a truly original approach to time travel. 

    Flashback, generic title aside, is a underrated genre treat whose time has come. Recommended. 

    Bonus points for casting It Follows alum Maika Monroe and Keir Gilchrist.

  • Smiley Face

    Smiley Face


    Anna Faris is sublime in this hilarious stoner classic from Gregg Araki.

  • The Empty Man

    The Empty Man


    Writer/director David Prior does wonders with Cullen Bunn’s graphic novel, making a real treat for genre fans.

    Largely ignored upon release, this one deserves a closer look and a reassessment.

    TW: suicide