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  • The Devil's Candy

    The Devil's Candy

    ★★★½

    In a lot of ways, horror and heavy metal are kindred spirits, sharing a love of dark imagery and a large cross-section of fans. And yet, while it has been very easy for heavy metal to successfully incorporate elements of horror over the years, the addition of heavy metal to horror movies hasn't really been as prevalent, and has typically only resulted in goofier fare like ROCK'N'ROLL NIGHTMARE and DEATHGASM. Don't get me wrong, I love both those movies (for…

  • Little Evil

    Little Evil

    ★★★

    I'm not sure how many people are asking for an OMEN parody in 2017, but I guess if it has to happen, you could do a lot worse than one starring Adam Scott. In LITTLE EVIL, Scott plays the brand-new stepfather of a young boy who might in fact be the Antichrist, and for a time the movie does a nice job exploiting the comedic potential of the idea of stepchildren possibly seeming evil to ANY new parent. It's never…

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  • Shin Godzilla

    Shin Godzilla

    ½

    SHIN C-SPAN, is what they should have called this turd.

    If "bureaucracy porn" was a genre, this would be its masterpiece. It's essentially two hours of watching roughly 500 different characters hold a series of meetings, in which they mostly discuss scheduling future meetings. Every half hour or so, the filmmakers remember this is a Godzilla movie, and finally cut back to perhaps the most boring interpretation of the character ever, one that just slowly walks in a straight line…

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan

    ★★★★½

    If you know me, you know that zombie movies are my jam. Always have been, probably always will be. Though, like anyone else, my engagement level with the sub-genre has ebbed and flowed. During the '90s, I eagerly sought out and devoured every zombie movie I could get my hands on. This continued into the 2000's...for a time. In the mid-'00s, I reviewed 31 different zombie movies every October, four years in a row, for a website I wrote for.…