Halloween 2 (1981) Review

After the out of nowhere success of the original Halloween it was set in stone that a sequel would be made which, in 1981, resulted in the release of Halloween 2 (not to be confused with Halloween 2. Yes, this is a running gag now). The film takes place immediately after the events of the... Continue Reading →

Halloween (1978) Review

Halloween, not to be confused with Halloween or Halloween, is one of the grandfathers of the modern slasher genre. While other films like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Psycho came out before it with great success, it was this John Carpenter film that proved so efficient that, to this day, many modern slasher films structure... Continue Reading →

Army of the Dead vs Shaun of the Dead

Okay, I admit it... I'm not a fan of zombie movies. For me personally, the idea of a zombie apocalypse is an inherently silly one. Time and time again zombies are depicted as feral beasts who are a force of nature, but who can quite easily be outsmarted and exploited by even small groups of... Continue Reading →

Godzilla: An Epilogue to the Showa Era

The Showa EraWe've finally reached the end of the Showa Era of Godzilla movies, spanning fifteen films made between 1954 and 1975, and it only took me seven months to review them all! The process of doing so was one of pure enjoyment as I rediscovered childhood classics that I found I still held love... Continue Reading →

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1974) Review

In the Godzilla FAQ, written by Brian Solomon, he writes that there was no where for Godzilla to go but up after the entertaining, but undoubtedly bad, Godzilla vs Megalon and the other two hit or miss versus movies that came before it. And he is absolutely right because the Showa Era was, by this... Continue Reading →

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