Just because you can make a movie doesn’t necessarily mean you actually should. This is a sentiment I’ve felt many times after watching some real flops. For some reason, the horror genre seems to be plagued by them. It got to where there’s a whole sub-genre known as “B-horror.” These are typically films that are campy, cheesy, and over-the-top to the point of being co...[Read More]
When watching independent films it’s important to keep an open mind. They are seen as being more experimental and don’t tend to follow typical tropes laid out by bigger-budgeted works. That can be both a blessing and a curse because these tropes exist for a reason and removing them from a genre can end in disaster. Ashes is a film that attempts to bring together the genres of comedy an...[Read More]
I am one to hold the belief that not all movies need to break new ground. However, the most important aspect of a film for me is the story and its ability to draw me in. This can extend to the setting, the plot, and the characters and if at least some of those connect to the audience then I can overlook other shortcomings. Hellmington is a 2018 Canadian Horror/Thriller film that tries to tell a go...[Read More]
Disney and Pixar have announced their latest animated feature titled Onward. It is set to star some big names in Hollywood!
Titan Books has gone ahead and made another out of this world book based on the hit film with Ryan Gosling called First Man. This annotated screenplay for the historically based movie is very insightful to their production, execution, and knowledge behind Neil Armstrong’s moon landing. Take a peek insight First Man – The Annotated Screenplay!
At a site where it seems nothing is sacred, YouTube removes The Nun ads due to many complaints and comments of its scary nature. What over 130,000 Twitter users have commented that the ad uses a cheap scare tactic called jump scares.