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  • Halloween



    Halloween (2007), stands up nicely against its source material but misses the mark of masterpiece. Fleshing out the film's antagonist brings the franchise into new territory but also takes away its terror of the unknown. The film does drag in parts but it's made up by solid performances by Scout Taylor Compton and Malcolm McDowell.

  • Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween

    Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween


    Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, is a fun family film that comes equipped with genuine laughs and performances from Kim Jeong & Jeremy Rat Taylor will keep entertained. However, cheap CGI and some cringe worthy performances make it feel misplaced in its medium. The film does recycle but reinvent the big screen treatment of the beloved series. Even with all of errors, Haunted Halloween is still an enjoyable and entertaining ride from start to finish.

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  • Venom



    Venom is a dark, entertaining and fun ride. Tom Hardy leads the charge with charisma and boldness. It's a well balanced film that paces itself wisely building mythology and its lead. However, it fails to probably develop its antagonist and has some character chemistry issues. Venom is proves that given the platform a villainous character could indeed be a leading man.

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  • Halloween II

    Halloween II


    They say few sequels ever pass their predecessor. I always think back to that scene in Scream 2, where they're in the film class thinking about which film sequels surpasses its' original. With the exceptions of The Dark Knight, The Godfather: Part II, and Mission Impossible: Fallout. Its' rare to find a sequel that can out do its' creator.

    Following the events of 1978's Halloween, comes its' 1981 sequel which picks up literally where the last one left one. One…