REview: Nightflyers (2018) | Season One

The first–and only–season of Nightflyers appeared Netflix earlier this month and it’s pretty entertaining (though by no means as good as it should/could have been) though it was not where the story of the Nightflyer began. It began life as a short story by George R. R. Martin (A Game of Thrones, Fevre Dream, Wild […]

REview: Wounds (2019)

Babak Anvari was a new quantity to me before I saw Wounds on Hulu, and having seen it, this guy is going to go far. Wounds is a story about a bartender named Will (Armie Hammer) who moves aimlessly though life but there’s a destiny waiting him, and it’s a horrific one. Wounds is more […]

REview: 6 Underground (2019)

Michael Bay’s 6 Underground isn’t a good movie, though it is interesting, with some great human and car-based stunts. It’s also really expensive–and looks it–coming in around $150 million according to Screenrant. And I believe it, between the stunts and the locations, this movie oozes money. My question is why couldn’t a little more of […]

REview: Suspiria (2018)

Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 giallo Suspiria is a movie that can’t be accused of copying the original, because it’s way too ambitious for that. And the problem–you know it was coming–is that the original movie was relatively simple: namely a horror movie that revolved around a dance academy. Guadagnino doesn’t neglect that […]

REview: V Wars (2019)

V Wars is a new horror series on Netflix that introduces a novel way global warming will change our lives. Namely. due to the effects of climate change dormant bacteria– actually prions–are reanimated, and begin to convert humans into vampires (!?). And I’m not a science guy and my only knowledge about prions comes from […]