Via A$$HOLES WATCHING MOVIES – Saint Maud (2019)


Saint Maud is one of those films that will confound you and disturb you while you’re watching, and then haunt you before you even have time to get cocky enough to congratulate yourself for surviving. It is not the kind of horror film that’s going to frighten you. There are no cheap jump scares, no […]


Via Deep Focus Review – PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (2020)

Exerpt “The film, written and directed by Emerald Fennell, offers a germane look at the #MeToo movement issues through a wild array of tonal shifts, reflecting how such trauma creates a broken, unpredictable person. But ultimately, its resonant heroine feels undercut by the film’s playfulness, leaving its indictment of sexual violence against women and those who allow it to continue to take precedence over the emotional weight of the narrative.”

Promising Young Woman

Via B&S About Movies: REPOST Burnout (1979)

Editor’s Note: This review originally ran on August 2, 2020, as part of our reviews for Mill Creek’s Savage Cinema 12-Movie collection. We’re bringing it back as part of Mill Creek’s B-Movie Blast 50-Film pack. Faux-Charlie’s Angels that look like they’re out of a The Dukes of Hazzard crossover episode . . . and rails? […]

REPOST: Burnout (1979) — B&S About Movies

Via B&S About Movies-Drive-In Friday: FVI Night Part II

Film Ventures International is an obsession that won’t end. After all, Edward L. Montoro, walked away with a million bucks into the ether, like a movie-making D.B. Cooper and no one ever found him. Last time, we featured Beyond the Door, Mortuary, Grizzly, Great White and Stunt Rock. The FVI catalog is deep, so that means we’re ready to […]

Drive-In Friday: FVI Night Part II — B&S About Movies

Via Grindhouse Theology-Summer of Impositions II: Killing in the Name: Pandemics, Policing, & Patriarchy in Parasite (1982) & The Bride (2013) [Trevor]

Some of those that work forces, are the same that burn crosses. – “Killing in the Name”, Rage Against the Machine (1991) It’s getting so a fella can’t get away from the…sickies no more. -Buddy, Parasite (1982) Put away your Pumpkin Spice Lattes. While you have been displaying decorative gourds and positioning plastic pumpkins, I […]

Summer of Impositions II: [Trevor]: Killing in the Name: Pandemics, Policing, and Patriarchy in Parasite (1982) and The Bride (2013) — Grindhouse Theology

Via New Mutants Review: An Unoriginal End to a Broken Franchise (SPOILERS)


Rating: BEGIN SLIDESHOW 3.5/10 Cast: Maisie Williams as Rahne Sinclair Anya Taylor-Joy as Illyana Rasputin Charlie Heaton as Samuel “Sam” Guthrie Alice Braga as Cecilia Reyes Blu Hunt as Danielle “Dani” Moonstar Henry Zaga as Roberto “Bobby” da Costa Adam Beach as William Lonestar Co-Written and Directed by Josh Boone; Co-Written by Knate Lee The New Mutants Review: DISCLAIMER: does not endorse or condone attending screenings at indoor…

The New Mutants Review: An Unoriginal End to a Broken Franchise (SPOILERS) —

Via MLMillerWrites-Retro-Best in Horror 2016-2017 #2 THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS!

M.L. Miller here! As I go into my tenth year of reviewing horror films, I wanted to go back to the beginning and repost some of the films I loved. Moving on to Year Seven of my year-long Retro-Best in Horror I’m recapping the Countdown beginning officially on October 1, 2016 and going through September […]

Retro-Best in Horror 2016-2017 #2 THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS! — MLMILLERWRITES

Via Movie Babble-‘Host’ Provides Good Scares as Both the Viewers and Characters Deal with the Pandemic

Host was filmed during the COVID-19 pandemic (so quite recently…) and completely via Zoom. It’s based on director Rob Savage pranking his friends on the software, which went viral. (For all the fun, you can find…

via ‘Host’ Provides Good Scares as Both the Viewers and Characters Deal with the Pandemic — MovieBabble