No Time To Die (2021) Review

Once upon a time, Daniel Craig said he'd probably rather slash his wrists than reprise the role of Bond, and that if he did reprise the role it would be purely for the monetary benefit. But that was six years ago. The guy was probably fresh off filming a Bond film and tired of the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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