• Love Actually

    Love Actually

    After many years, Love Actually has continued to make its way to the near-top of many must-watch Christmas/holiday film lists, including ours. Featuring a number of big Hollywood names (e.g. Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman, Chiwetel Ejiofor) and stories about family, friendships and love, Love Actually ties it all together for a wonderful holiday watch.

  • The Stylist

    The Stylist

    Starring both Najarra Townsend (Contracted) and Brea Grant (Lucky), The Stylist is a great horror film about a hair stylist who obsesses over one her clients (Brea Grant), with deadly results. We don't want to give away too many details, but add this Jill Gevargizian-directed masterpiece to your watchlist!

  • Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving

    Sure, the holiday may have passed, but this is going to become a Thanksgiving must-watch for years to come. Thank you, Eli Roth, for both the original 2007 trailer and serving us this platter full of gore and creative kills.

  • The Town

    The Town

    It's time to cut Ben Affleck some slack. The Town, which he directed and co-wrote, is a fantastic film about a thief who's ready to leave the game once and for all, but becomes romantically involved with one of his/their previous robbery victims. However, hot on their trail is a team of FBI agents who will stop at nothing to end them. Aside from the strong Boston accents (you'll learn to accept it), the storyline and acting are well-placed throughout the film, making it one of the best films to come out in 2010.

  • The Menu

    The Menu

    We suggest going into this film without looking up anything about it. The film features a mix of slight humor and suspense, and brings together a cast of well-known faces in roles that they were perfectly cast for. Ralph Fiennes leads the film with his always strong presence, along with Anya Taylor-Joy's surprisingly misplaced character.

    Since we don't want to spoil it for you, watch this before your food gets cold!

  • Haunt

    Haunt

    It's rare to claim a recent horror film a classic, but 2019's Haunt is just that. Scary, colorful haunted house sets that set the tone of the film that's both well-executed and acted!

    This is one film that'll be on top of (or climbing the ranks) of Halloween Must Watch lists to come.

  • Dead Snow

    Dead Snow

    Here's a horror film with so many influences present, including the Evil Dead films. Sure, there are subtitles, but this is one of the most exciting horror films to come about in a long time (even in 2009!). There's nazi zombies, plenty of gore, gruesome kills, and a final battle scene that's impressively put together and executed. Add this to your watchlist!

  • Pump Up the Volume

    Pump Up the Volume

    Long before podcasting was cool, Mark (Christian Slater) took over the mic from his basement bedroom to stand up for his fellow students and ridicule the staff at his high school. Unfortunately, not all goes according to plan, and Mark tries to balance both his personal and private life from what bad things may become.

    Stellar performance from both Slater and Samantha Mathis, both whom would eventually star together in Broken Arrow. Oh, and the sound track is incredible.

  • RoboCop

    RoboCop

    Imagine getting killed while on duty, and then being brought back to life to work again, this time for a new police program? Oh, we feel for you, Robocop.

  • The Ring

    The Ring

    If someone tells you that you will die in seven days after watching a specific V/H/S tape, would you do it (or do it to save the life of your child)? This 2002 remake really upped the ante with beautiful designs and effects (as did its sequel, 2005's The Ring Two), a must-watch on all LG OLED TVs!

  • Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

    Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

    For one of horror's longest-running franchises, Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI is hands down one of the best (some say it IS the best) films in the series.

    Tommy Jarvis is back and ready to destroy Jason once and for all. Joining him for the ride is the local town's sheriff's daughter, whose friends are all at Campy Crystal Lake, getting slaughtered one by one. The characters (mostly camp counselors) are great and the jump scares even more so.

    Share your Friday the 13th Ranked lists in the comments to this review!

  • House of Wax

    House of Wax

    Before social media, House of Wax led a fantastic campaign by one if its stars who encouraged viewers to "See Paris Die" in the film. Paris Hilton, in her film debut, was at the peak of her popularity and played along with and encouraged fans (and non-fans) to watch the film for her death scene. Truth be told, she didn't do a bad job, and the rest of the film really lived up to its name.

    The film sets, especially…