• When Evil Lurks

    When Evil Lurks


    When Evil Lurks is a no holds barred possession flick, bringing its own set of rules to the genre and making one thing clear from the jump: God is dead and evil is alive. 

    The first half moves at a break neck pace, setting up an absolute unpropitious ending. The middle half on the other hand, drags a little bit. It lays out a set of rules, which I feel are pretty straightforward but the majority of them don’t seem…

  • The Blair Witch Project

    The Blair Witch Project


    I wish I could go back in time to watch and experience the history of this movie so badly.

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    A little bit tasking during some of the third act,  but the ending really hits home in the best way. A bleak tale of racism and the harm too much love for money causes, put perfectly to screen by means of wonderful directing, music, and incredible performances by everyone, especially Leo and Lily.

  • Suspiria



    Still places in my top five horror of all time. The set design is gorgeous, the music is engrossing, and the kills are bloody disgusting. It doesn’t get better than this, folks.

  • The Night of the Hunter

    The Night of the Hunter


    It’s a hard world for little things.” 

    The Night of The Hunter is one of the most beautifully written, visually captivating, and horrifying tales ever put to screen. A story of “Love vs. Hate”. Robert Mitchum puts together one of the most menacing performances ever, a character that we could encounter at anytime in or lives or may have already encountered without knowing it. A person we thought had a righteous heart, but ultimately was using their image to mask who they truly were. This isn’t fiction, it’s a dramatization…

  • The Ring

    The Ring


    Overall a fun flick but aside from the one jump scare, it doesn’t do anything better than the original. It adds a lot of its own flavor and throws in some new elements to the story that don’t really work as well for me making it a little overlong. Still as heartbreaking!

  • Exorcist II: The Heretic

    Exorcist II: The Heretic


    A monotonous sequel forced to bear the name of one of the greatest films of all time, The Exorcist II: The Heretic, is a mess of a movie in all but its set design and a few scenes of Father Merrin’s exorcism in Africa. Aside from that, it’s a mess on all levels, especially the storytelling. 

    I’ve never seen a sequel disregard so much of its predecessor’s storyline on this level before. I think it would’ve worked much better as a prequel of Merrin’s African exorcism as that is the most intriguing part of this whole thing.

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist


    We all have some sort of belief system in our lives that keeps us running day in, and day out. We all, at some point, will falter in said beliefs. Is this my calling? Is the what I should believe in? Is this who I should believe in? We all are tested, the question is how will we respond to the tests we go through? Will we give up and move on to something else or will we fight for what we believe to do the right thing at the end of the day?

  • The Haunting

    The Haunting


    The Haunting takes advantage of its gorgeous set and sound design, adds it to a great story of grief and the unknown, along with an incredible cast, to create a haunting (😉) tale of yearning. Who are we? Who do we want to be? Where do we want to be?

  • Halloween



    I love that we get to see more of Michael’s upbringing and what helped turn him into the monster we know but once we returned to Haddonfield, it seemed like they didn’t know whether to continue to go a new direction with the story or pay homage to the original, which set up for a jumbled story with an extremely abrupt ending.

  • Poltergeist



    Poltergeist (1982), directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by Steven Spielberg, is more than your typical 80s run-of-the-mill horror movie. It’s a horror movie filled with more of a heart and soul than any I’ve ever seen. 

    As a big horror guy, some of my least favorite tropes in horror movies that are centered around families are, the unbelieving husband, the stuck-up teenager, and the annoying little kids. Then, at the end of the day, they always come together at…

  • Zombie Flesh Eaters

    Zombie Flesh Eaters


    All I’m saying is that if more movies had zombies vs sharks, they’d get higher ratings 🤷‍♂️