Annabelle Comes Home | Official Trailer – Trailer Into Reaction

The Conjuring movies–which includes Annabelle–aren’t terrible by any stretch. though they’re not that good as far as horror movies go, either. In fact, they’re passable entertainments and that’s it. They’re stylistic exercises and care less about generating genuine thrills and chills than appealing to as many people as possible. And that’s okay because the purpose […]

Review – A.X.L

A.X.L is not a good movie, but it’s one of the best movies about a man-like person and his robotic dog that I have seen in awhile. That being said, I can only recall only one other movie that featured a robotic canine and that’s Battlestar Galactica (1977). A.X.L isn’t either that good or that […]

Review – Ghost Ship (2002)

Steve Beck’s Ghost Ship is a 2002 horror feature released through Warner Bros. and is a gloriously ridiculous movie. I wouldn’t call it a good movie necessarily, though it’s enjoyable (which is an important distinction). And as I mention in my review, it’s an oddly joyous–I don’t mean that in terms of happiness, but in […]

Review – Us

I enjoyed Get Out, the introduction of Jordan Peele as a director. While it was a confident debut, it was also somewhat derivative. Us is another matter entirely. It possesses the same confidence of Peele’s debut, but moves with an elan bordering on bravado because let’s be clear, Us is more complex and that it […]

Review – Love, Death + Robots | Episode 18 : The Secret War

I’ve read that Netflix alters the episode order of Love, Death + Robots based upon the viewing habits of the particular subscriber. Annnnd…who cares? All Netflix likely knows about me is what I actually watch so if they’re tailoring the order of episodes due to what they perceive as my preferences, who cares (especially when […]