Showing posts from 2019

Death Wireless: "Countdown" a tech-horror throwaway that's more dopey than scary but could have been worse

Bugging Out: Empty "Wounds" allows Armie Hammer to go to dark places, but to what end?

10-Year Reunion: "Zombieland: Double Tap" a ridiculously fun companion piece that works just as well a decade later

Put on a Serious Face: "Joker" black as pitch and uncompromising with an unshakably chilling Joaquin Phoenix

Drifting Apart: "Harpoon" a darkly funny, unpredictable three-hander with a coal-black heart

Edible Retreat: "Corporate Animals" conceptually promising but winds up being a toothless misfire

Rejects Return: "3 from Hell" more of the same hell-raising, only with less of a point

All Hallows' Hell: "Haunt" a seasonal genre gem that's grisly, tense, and scary