Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

SPOILERS FOR HALLOWEEN KILLS When you get down to it, Michael Myers is a homebody. The same thing tying Jason Voorhees to Camp Crystal Lake and Freddy Krueger to the … Continue reading Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

The Mummy: A Successful Remake

I always wondered over the years if The Mummy was considered a pure horror film. The 1932 classic starring Boris Karloff was considered horror. Even my local library identifies the 1999 blockbuster … Continue reading The Mummy: A Successful Remake

The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe

I must confess I am late to the James Wan train–at least, in terms of his ties to the horror genre. I admired how he added something so special to … Continue reading The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe

Get Out: As Art Reflects Life

I have to tip my hat to Jordan Peele (Key and Peele), who starred in iconic comedic shows with an explosive fan base. But he has my eternal admiration for … Continue reading Get Out: As Art Reflects Life

Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa in Ryan Coogler's 2018 film, Black Panther.

Ryan Coogler- A Cinematic Visionary

One of the prompts asked by the Ladies Night segment of the Collider Movie News on YouTube is one I’m quite fond of: Name someone who is changing the industry … Continue reading Ryan Coogler- A Cinematic Visionary

Jon Favreau–The Architect of Wonder

It is one thing when you have successfully made a living as an actor. But to have the foresight to dip your toe into directing, producing, and writing, there is … Continue reading Jon Favreau–The Architect of Wonder

Captain America: The First Avenger- 10 Years Later

The Assembly is near. By 2011, Marvel had released Iron Man and its sequel, The Incredible Hulk, and Thor, all of which wowed audiences and brought in massive box office returns, thus allowing Marvel to keep … Continue reading Captain America: The First Avenger- 10 Years Later

10 Years Later: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

I say this a lot, but it honestly blows my mind that it’s been a decade since Transformers: Dark of the Moon arrived in theaters. When I watched the blockbuster … Continue reading 10 Years Later: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Into the MonsterVerse: Godzilla 2014 Review

The King of Monsters comes to America, only this time, he wasn’t a riff on Jurassic Park. No, this Godzilla was a massive improvement over the limp 1998 version (which … Continue reading Into the MonsterVerse: Godzilla 2014 Review

Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

Superman Doomsday features one of the most shocking showdowns in superhero history and it isn’t a film for the kiddies. This bloody and dark adaptation of the “Death of Superman” comics … Continue reading Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

Star Trek: In Defense of the Motion Picture

The opening scene of Star Trek: The Motion Picture is one of the coolest and eerie sequences in the franchise’s history that pits the newly designed Klingons against an unstoppable entity hidden … Continue reading Star Trek: In Defense of the Motion Picture