I’m a huge fan of horror anthologies. Give me a classic Amicus horror like Dr. Terrors House of Horrors or Asylum; The Monster Club straight from the 80s; or the more recent Tales of Halloween-I’ll watch them all. I was excited to hear there was a new anthology coming out, helmed by Mick Garris (The... Continue Reading →
Child’s Play 2019 is a Decent Romp
Stephen Hawking, the late world-renowned scientist, warned us about artificial intelligence. He basically said we should be careful because artificially intelligent machines could eventually become sentient beings, putting humans in peril. I'm not a fan of all the A.I. platforms myself, and cringe at the thought of a disembodied voice greeting me or selecting my... Continue Reading →
Men In Black International Keeps Things Safe
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones were the first to make Men in Black a fun, alien-filled comedy with gags galore. As a franchise, the stories in subsequent films gave us more of the secret agency ready to protect the universe as we know it from invading extraterrestrials vying for galaxies to intergalactic doo-dads filled... Continue Reading →
Godzilla: King of the Monsters Fights For Some Balance
I’m always down for a good monster movie, and Godzilla is one of my favorites. After seeing the 2014 Godzilla and 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, the anticipation for the next chapter was excruciating. It’s been a long wait, but director Michael Dougherty has brought the radioactive kaiju back to us with some of his closest... Continue Reading →
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