There’ll Be Hell(boy) To Pay

The website for Lionsgate upcoming Hellboy reboot is live–the movie will be out April 12, 2019–and while there’s little in the way of new information there currently, there are a few posters you might be interested in downloading. Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, Lost In Space (2018)) is directing and I’m definitely interested–though not as […]

Hellraiser: Judgment – Review

Gary J. Tunnicliffe’s Hellraiser: Judgment turned up yesterday on Netflix, which made me happy… Till I realized that most of the Hellraiser sequels were pretty not good and little more than efforts by Dimension Films to hold on to the license. Judgement is move in the right direction, but misses the mark in some pretty […]

Johannes Roberts Is The Resident (Evil)

The first movie I saw from Johannes Roberts was the sci-fi/horror movie Storage 24, which I enjoyed.   It had elements of horror and comedy and for the most part really worked though what I liked most was the alien, which was entirely practical and acted by a man on stilts of some sort.  It was […]

The House That Jack Built – Official US Trailer

Lars von Trier is apparently a pretty screwed-up guy.  From his flirtation with Hitler at Cannes a few years ago to  a problem with alcohol (which may be intertwined) the guy clearly has some baggage. I’m not a fan–I enjoyed 2011’s Melancholia and barely recall having seen 2009’s Antichrist–but to me he sounds like a guy teetering […]

Green Room – Review

Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room–currently on Netflix–is a great thriller, one of the best I’ve seen in awhile.   The movie revolves around a band so hard up for work that they have to siphon gas from nearby cars to get to their gigs. They eventually find themselves in a club frequented by Nazis and skin […]

I Could Do This All Day…

I’ve never been a fan of Captain America: The First Avenger.  It’s not a bad movie more than a narratively muddy one that never quite comes clear. Though there are some moments you can see the potential of the character shine through–such as what I like to call the ‘bully’ scene–but on the whole doesn’t […]