“I didn’t sign up for Second Degree Assault Party.”
Now on its fifth actor to play the lead role, the Jack Ryan franchise has had nearly as many reboots as James Bond in half the time. The latest iteration brings Tom Clancy’s famed intelligence analyst to the small screen courtesy ...
Ted Geoghegan’s second feature film is quite a departure from 2015’s We Are Still Here. While his first movie was a gushing love letter to horror’s history of haunted houses and small town secrets, Mohawk treads into lesser-known ...
Kristy isn’t a person; she’s an ideal. Young, beautiful, privileged, innocent and pure, a Kristy is the closest thing on our mortal coil to an angel. Naturally, Kristys (Kristies?) across the country are being ritualistically murd...
There are more zombie ninja movies on Prime Video than you’d probably expect. Just one, however, versus-es them against Black Ops.
First, Netflix picked up Annihilation, and now it’s got Extinction. I’m starting to feel pretty good about next week’s pitch for my humanistic sci-fi opus, Obliteration.
“He ain’t just some damn, dumb redneck anymore. He’s a… he’s a warrior! A warrior fightin’ for justice and the American way of life.” – “And he eats human corpses!”
Hey, put down that jumbo-sized can of Raid! That’s why this sorority house is swarming with colossal insects in the first place.
Oh, ‘Vampire in Vegas’, you only had two things to deliver. Vampire: check. Vegas: not so much.
“I thought you said you’ve killed thousands of these things.” “Sure: ghost hammerheads, ghost makos, even ghost ghost sharks… but this is a ghost great white.”
As if you couldn’t tell from the teaser image above, we’re not talking about the same ‘Tag’ that’s in theaters now.
I tried, but Netflix doesn’t have a single movie with killer mummies or evil genies. Oh well. Instead, here’s Dolph Lundgren: Vaping Demon Hunter.