My inner tween went wild on multiple occasions, and if I’d been introduced to Freddy Fazbear and his pals as a kid, it’s safe to say we’d have been horror-loving friends for life.
Dark Harvest is a gory holiday treat I’m almost certain viewers will enjoy gobbling up just as much as I did.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a great deal of insidious fun, and I have a sneaky suspicion that my fondness for it will only grow as I return to it again and again over the coming years.
While there are undeniable instances of magic, there are just as many unintentionally laughable ones right along with them.
Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken was not made for me. At least, not the “me” of today. If I were seven or eight years old, I’m sure this colorfully obnoxious adventure would have thrilled me senseless.
There’s good, oftentimes scary stuff hiding in The Boogeyman’s darkness, all of which helps make this summertime horror offering more treat than trick.
Cloverfield is an outstanding giant monster movie, and it has only gotten better over the past 15 years.
There is a nifty idea sitting at the center of Kids vs. Aliens. Too bad Eisner and his talented team don’t end up doing anything equally nifty with it.
For all its strengths, Smile does Dr. Cotter dirty. Worse, it made me feel culpable in her abuse. I didn’t like that. Not one single bit. In fact, I unreservedly hated it.