1BR is one of the most interesting movies that I've watched in 2020 as I feel like it fooled me at the start and made me love it at the end. I worry that the somewhat goofy beginning of this movie will make people jump ship in the first act, but I really hope they watch it to the end, because it's got some interesting tricks up it's sleeve. … [Read more...] about 1BR Review
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Saw may have dulled over time, but it is still a good horror movie and was definitely influential during the 2000s. The simple premise of catch-22 torture traps is an effective hook, but sometimes the twisty turny plot is a bit forced. … [Read more...] about Saw Review
Se7en is one of the most enthralling and horrific crime thrillers ever made, right up there with Silence of the Lambs. With an all-star cast all delivering incredible performances and some of the most depraved imagery and ideas ever to make it into a big budget box office movie, Se7en is a work of art. … [Read more...] about Se7en Review
This week we review the 2012 horror hot, Sinister. A film with properly disturbing imagery, but improperly matched script. Later on we check our voicemail and answer questions from listeners. … [Read more...] about Sinister Review
We watched Host on Shudder because everyone has been talking about it and found out that you can make a pretty effective movie that impresses everyone as long as theaters are closed and there is a global pandemic. Host doesn’t do anything new, but it doesn’t waste your time and it delivers fairly well compared to many found footage movies. … [Read more...] about Host (2020) Review
Event Horizon is the best movie that Paul Anderson ever made and ever will make. It’s one of the most late 90’s movies you will ever see and has very Hellraiser aesthetic. Actually, now that I think of it, this movie is a mashup of Hellraiser and Alien mixed with a gimmicky action movie. It’s beloved by many, which makes it hard for me to do what I’m about to do. … [Read more...] about Event Horizon Review
Patrons voted last month, and now we’re reviewing Ghost Ship, and it’s... from the early 2000’s. If you are in the mood for some modern schlock, then maybe it's worth the $3 to watch the whole movie. But really, this movie's opening scene sets expectations way too high for itself. … [Read more...] about Ghost Ship (2002) Review
This week we follow up David's favorite "horror" movie of all time, with my favorite horror movie of all time: The Exorcist. Every time I revisit it, I'm reminded that it truly is a masterpiece. … [Read more...] about The Exorcist Review
Alien is an incredible movie that did amazing things for horror, sci-fi, and cinema as a whole. It imagined an incredible amount of very real-seeming possibilities for space travel and contact with other life forms that impresses me to this day despite being 41 years old. … [Read more...] about Alien (1979) Review
This is a different kind of episode. You can’t see this movie yet, well at least not with some difficulty. This is a feature that I saw at the Portland Horror Film Festival, and it was by far my favorite. This will be available for streaming probably at the end of the year. It’s making the festival run right now, so if you can catch it at one, definitely do. Here is the Trailer. … [Read more...] about The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (2020) Review and Filmmakers Interview