• Corpse Bride

    Corpse Bride


    Such a great film with a great visual impact and truly masterful pieces of cinema. Compared to Nightmare Before Christmas, it's perhaps harder for kids to really appreciate it, because it seems to be far more fun for adults than kids, but frankly dear, I don't give a damn.

  • Malignant



    Malignant is a supernatural slasher with many scares, action and surprises, and a bad guy who pays homage to the classics of the genre. His staging has the unmistakable stamp of James Wan, who knows how to take risks, reinvent himself and offer us something different from what he gave us in Saw, or Insidious. This film is James Wan on steroids!

  • The Power

    The Power


    As long as the horror genre has existed, there will always be movies about haunted houses. After all, creaking doors, deserted hallways and unpaid electricity bills create an uncomfortable atmosphere. The Power is one of those films that dutifully ticks all the boxes and fires these clichés at you. You should not watch this film for the special plot twists or clever finds. However, if you fancy a tasteful haunted house movie, this is the one for you.

  • Stay Out of the Attic

    Stay Out of the Attic


    This is a bad film that embraces lurid shock value at the expense of taste and good citizenship. However, everyone involved in it's making should have the opportunity to do better in future films. Nonetheless, there is no earthly reason for you to inflict this flick on yourself.

  • Caveat



    The cast is terrific, and all three leads sell the film by taking the material seriously. It’s not a terrifying film, but it will undoubtedly get under your skin, and certain scenes will live in your memory after the credits roll.

    What’s fun as a viewer is that you don’t know which of the characters to believe as they are all unreliable narrators. That forces you to enter into a guessing game and as the tension escalates, you’ll find your mind changing frequently. On the downside, the film has some pacing issues, which means it lulls a little more than it should.

  • The Unnamable

    The Unnamable


    This one has some solid 80s horror appeal, with a better than expected creature, decent atmosphere, and some goofy characters who rattle off some campy dialogue. The scares aren’t that effective, but the production values are sharper than you might think.
    The real high point of The Unnamable is the creature effects of the character. Kept in the shadows for a lot of the films running time, when the creature is finally revealed in full, the tremendous effects work is shown in all its glory.

  • Army of the Dead

    Army of the Dead


    Army of the Dead was a breath of fresh air on so many levels. Sure, it’s not perfect. A few characters wind up with unsatisfying conclusions, and some typical “make boneheaded decisions in the midst of a zombie outbreak” events occur, but overall, a fantastic and unexpected offering.

  • The Unholy

    The Unholy



  • Willy's Wonderland

    Willy's Wonderland


    In Willy's Wonderland Cage has remarkable presence without saying a word! Yes, you read that right. The distinctive style of the silent Cage is a trademark of the entire film. The guy keeps a strict schedule in his work in the theme park and he is not going to lose any of his soft drinks when his clock strikes! Cage's battles with the mechanical monsters are fierce, bloody and comical in some places. You will enjoy them!

  • Wrong Turn

    Wrong Turn


    Away from splatter nonsense towards tension cinema. The remake, reboot or whatever you want to call this new edition has little in common with the familiar series. The popular villains have been erased from the script and the level of violence has been lowered. A daring undertaking that is still worth seeing. This film has a tough heroine, excellent actors and a good dose of suspense. In addition, it has finally achieved cinematic quality technically and also has some well designed special effects up its sleeve.

  • Monster Trucks

    Monster Trucks


    A good movie for kids in the 8 to 10 range. Probably gonna rewatch when my grandson gets around that age.

  • The Prowler

    The Prowler


    This film is very good and stands out from most slashers. The first thing that proves it is the amazing atmosphere. From the very beginning, the atmosphere and scenery are disturbing. Dark houses, cellars, cemetery, halls, an empty swimming pool - such scenery was able to create the atmosphere of this production. But not only that. The figure of a murderer in a World War II uniform with pitchfork and knives also added to the atmosphere of this production.