Category: Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews

Troll 2 (1990)

This is a movie like no other. It’s a sequel with virtually nothing to do with the first one other that people turning into plants. There are no trolls, only goblins. The acting is some of the worst I’ve ever

Jigsaw (2017)

They need to stop making these movies. Seriously. It’s the same crap over and over. The murder games start up again and everyone thinks dead Jigsaw/John Kramer is behind it. Due to some clever jumping around in time it is

A Quiet Place (2018)

The Office’s John Krasinski co-writes, directs, and stars in this fascinating horror tale with a unique twist. It’s a post apocalyptic Swiss Family Robinson tale with blind monsters that track the slightest sound. Krasinski and Emily Blunt play the mother

The First Purge (2018)

In this prequel to the Purge series, a new governing body, known as the New Founding Fathers of America, decides hold an experimental 12-hour “purge” period on Staten Island. Due to growing unrest fueled by crime and economic crises, it is determined

Green Room (2016)

Who is the most frightening horror movie villain? Freddy Krueger? Nah. Jason Voorhees? No way. Michael Myers? Shaa–as if! It’s actually a group of well-organized neo-Nazis. This has got to be one of the most brutal and intense movies I’ve

The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2017)

I had higher hopes for this one than I probably should have. The weird thing is that I usually enjoy slow building, atmospheric movies a lot. The plot was both mysterious and intricate. The main story follows two girls at

Cube (1997)

It was the late 90s and I had heard about this little indie science fiction horror movie about some people stuck inside a maze. When I watched it, I was amazed at the execution of such a simple concept and

Stepfather 2: Make Room For Daddy (1989)

Terry O’Quinn (Lost’s John Locke) is back as Jerry Blake the serial killer, having somehow survived the massive knife wound to the chest in the first movie. This movie starts with him in a maximum security asylum, which he breaks out

Slumber Party Massacre II (1987)

I will admit I had really low expectations going into this one. I may have seen the first Slumber Party Massacre and it may have been terrible. The crazy thing is that this sequel was actually pretty entertaining, even though it is

Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)

A schoolteacher in New Orleans, Annie (Kelly Rowan), is haunted by the urban legend of Candyman in this sequel to the 1992 horror hit. Tony Todd reprises his role as the hook-handed Candyman, who murdered Annie’s father at some point