Mindhunter, Season Two (2019) | Review

The second season of Netlflix’s Mindhunter dropped last week, and it’s pretty enjoyable. Coming in at a relatively brief nine episodes the entire season (for the most part) covers the Atlanta Child Murders, probably among the most heinous serial killer sprees in history–did I mention that the killer(s) was never caught? The first season–if I […]

REview – Hellboy (2019)

I’ll be totally honest. I enjoyed both Hellboy and it’s sequel, Hellboy II: The Golden Army so when I heard that Guillermo Del Toro wasn’t going forward with a planned third movie, I was a bit miffed. Though that turned to irritated really fast when I learned that, while Del Toro’s third film wasn’t happening, […]

REview – Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (2019)

André Øvredal’s Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (The Autopsy Of Jane Doe) is a–for me–surprisingly effective horror anthology. And it’s worth mentioning that that screenplay and one of the producers comes courtesy of Guillermo Del Toro, which means that you’re going to get effects as practical as possible which is always a good […]

REview: Another Life (2019)

Aaron Martin’s Another Life isn’t particularly good–it’s pretty ludicrous, in fact–but it is damn entertaining. And much of that is due to Katee Sackhoff, who’s just remarkable. She brings an intensity, a vitality to everything that she does that just by her being there she elevates everything around her. And you might be familiar with […]

REview – Crawl (2019)

I admit to choosing Midsommar over Alexandre’s Aja’s Crawl last weekend–after all, I’ve seen his best (which to my reckoning is his remake of Wes Craven’s 1977 movie, The Hills Have Eyes and his worst, which I think is Horns) and seeing the latter is more recent then the former I think I had a […]