Horror

Killer Body Count (2024) Movie Review

Starring Cassiel Eatock-Winnik and Savana Tardieu, this Tubi release sends teenage boys and girls to a Catholic camp to repent and reform from acting depraved.

Tarot (2024) Movie Review

“Tarot” scrapes the surface of the major arcana to create beings good for a jump scare but delivers a story that is more to holdover horror fans than become a classic.

Abigail (2024) Movie Review

While “Abigail” certain has developed characters that could derive interest, the story is made to only be good enough if the only thing you desire is the type of violence only a vampire movie could have.

Arcadian (2024) Movie Review

In a world where monsters attack at night, we see yet another world, post-apocalypse, where a handful of people struggle to survive.

Sting (2024) Movie Review

Paired with tapping into fears of arachnophobia is a young girl trying to deal with her mom having a new baby and her stepdad trying to fill in the spot her biological dad abandoned.

Lisa Frankenstein – Movie Review and Summary

“Lisa Frankenstein” doesn’t merely ride the wave of Frankenstein-type movies but carves out its own little niche thanks to the combination of those in front of and behind the camera.

Night Swim (2024) – Movie Review

“Night Swim” may scratch that itch for horror fans who need a jump scare, but it certainly won’t start off the year on a high note for Blumhouse like “M3GAN” did.

Wake (2023) – Review and Summary

As usual, a person with a mental illness ends up killing people, with the only difference in “Wake” being that person is a rapper.

Vindicta (2023) – Review and Summary

“Vindicta” is a Latin term that refers to “just revenge,” yet after watching “Vindicta,” viewers might want to enact their own justified revenge on the filmmakers.

Totally Killer (2023) – Review and Summary

“Totally Killer,” as its title implies, is a fun horror movie to watch but ultimately is more content to consume than a new movie to put into your annual Halloween rotation.

SaW X (2023) – Review and Summary

“SaW X” brings back John and Amanda and tries to milk them both for every last bit of nostalgia possible while failing to realize the franchise has rightfully moved on from them.

Elevator Game (2023) – Review and Summary

“Elevator Game” may have some missteps, and may not justify its villain’s motive well, but it does have likable characters who you are interested in enough to wonder if they will survive.

A Haunting In Venice (2023) – Review

In “A Haunting In Venice,” Hercule Poirot returns and makes it clear that, while the third movie starring the character, there is the potential for a James Bond-level number of movies starring lead and director Kenneth Branagh.

The Nun II (2023) – Review

“The Nun II” reminds you that it isn’t just Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe that milks its franchises past its prime – the horror genre has been doing that since its inception.

Slotherhouse (2023) – Review and Summary

“Slotherhouse,” like most horror comedies, are enjoyable as long as you can embrace how ridiculous it is for if you look past the superficial, there isn’t much there.