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  • End of the World

    End of the World



    There's two things that Asylum pumps out faster than you can blink - mockbusters and Natural Disaster movies, with the generically-titled End of the World being the latest of the latter.

    If you've seen one Asylum-made Natural Disaster movie you've pretty much seen them all, as they're all essentially the exact same movie just with different actors and a few minor details different - a family that doesn't quite all get along, of which one member is a scientist…

  • Underworld: Awakening

    Underworld: Awakening



    The only one in the series I don’t like at all. Feels like a low budget DtV sequel that somehow managed to get Kate Beckinsale back. 

    The directing is horrible, the CGI is SyFy-level bad, they replace one boring lame lead (Scott Speedman) with another (Theo James) and by making him another vampire they actually lost that ‘one lead is a vampire, the other a lycan/hybrid’ angle. The pacing moves so fast there’s no downtime for characterization or the…

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  • Killjoy Goes To Hell

    Killjoy Goes To Hell


    After watching the first dreadful Killjoy movie, I never would have thought that it would get a sequel, much less three of them. But 12 years later here we are with Killjoy 4 just being released.

    Killjoy Goes To Hell actually has what I feel is the most interesting plot of the entire series thus far – Killjoy is on trial in Hell for not being evil enough, due to getting defeated at the end of the previous movie. Alongside…

  • Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

    Halloween H20: 20 Years Later


    I know this is sacrilegious in the online community, but this entry has always been one of my top favorites in the Halloween series. Rewatched it tonight for the first time in a good 6+years, and if anything I love it even more then I used to.

    It was the perfect mix of bringing the series into the new era and style of Horror at the time, while also being a great homage to the original Halloween that it was celebrating. Plus that scene where Laurie and Michael come face to face for the first time in 20 years - total goosebumps. Every. Time.