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Why Is This Taking So Long? Brawl in Cell Block 99 Review

Is Brawl in Cell Block 99 a brutal triumph or does it get the beat down?

The Wait Is Finally Over! We Finally Have Our Suspiria Blu-rays!! Suspiria (Steelbook) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots (Updated)

With a wait time of three-plus years for Synapse to restore and release Suspiria on blu-ray, the question has to be asked: was it worth the wait? Yes. Yes, it was.  

Love And Horrible Monstrosities Are A Foot In Bride of Re-Animator: A Film Review

Re-Animator is one of the best horror films ever made. Does it's sequel, Bride of Re-Animator do its predecessor proud?

Place Your Bets! Freddy Vs Jason Review

Was Freddy vs. Jason worth the wait or do we just want Freddy and Jason to go away?

What A Beautiful Blue Eye! John Carpenter's Escape from L.A.

Escape from L.A. was John Carpenter's first and only sequel. Does he make a film that is on-par with the original or is this another film that he would rather forget?

Christmas Eve Is The Scariest Damn Night Of The Year! Silent Night, Deadly Night (Scream Factory) Blu-ray Review + Screenshots

One of the most notorious slasher films comes to blu-ray for the second time, this time from Scream Factory, so you know that it will be a force to reckon with.

Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys? Batman (1989)

Does Tim Burton's film stand the test of time or does it feel like it is "of its time"?

By Walking Off That Plane You Cheated Death: Final Destination (2000)

In 1996, the world was taken by storm with Scream , a fairly entertaining slasher film that tried really hard to be smart. Scream would start a new wave of slasher films, a subgenre that hadn’t seen a good day in years. After Scream we got I Know What You Did Last Summer , Urban Legend , Valentine and sequels to other franchises hoping to become relevant, such as Halloween H20 and Bride of Chucky.   While everyone was talking about these newer slasher films, a small film was released and did pretty well. That film was Final Destination . Produced on a budget of $23 million, Final Destination isn’t a slasher film but follows a lot of the same of the clichés that slasher films do. The film is about a group of high school students who get off a plane after one of the students, Alex, has a premonition about the plane blowing up. The students that get off with Alex are mad that they can’t get back on the plane but are sort of relieved when the plane actuall