Dancers get all sorts of freaky after having their post-rehearsal refreshments spiked with LSD. Things go south. This concept is about as simple as it gets, but then you look at who made the movie and see the name Gaspar Noé. Suddenly, things are a lot less simple but your interest is still piqued because you know that dude is going to show you some bananas shit. How’s it work out? Well click here to find out…
It feels like just yesterday that we were making fun of the beer pong (beirut for you stuck up clowns out there) in this trailer, but that was two long years ago. It’s time we take a look at a movie several of us had high hopes for and see how it panned out. Remember though, we do these reviews the spoilery way so proceed at your own risk.
The Fly is a horror classic. That statement applies to two movies, made almost 30 years apart both based on the 1957 short story by George Langelaan. In this particular review we will be taking a look at the more Cronenbergian flavor of the two starring Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. This is a body horror flick of the ooziest, ickiest kind, and we’re going to get into all of it in spoilery fashion. If you’re cool with that, read on (or listen on by hitting the podcast link - we talk about it, too).
It’s always fun to take a break from the regular programming and dive into an anthology because these movies offer the rare occasion for us to break down individual short films, which we all agree are a fantastic way to take in what horror has to offer. It’s even more fun when we get to do it via Pateron member recommendation! How does V/H/S/2 do at stringing these together? Are there any standout efforts in here? Click on through to the other side for a spoilery review.
Hey, Jake picked a zombie movie. Hey, Jake picked a foreign movie. We hear things like that far too often so guess what? Jake went all-in this time and picked a foreign zombie movie. And it’s one that people have actually heard of. Actually, Jake has been waiting to review this movie for a long time. What did he (and the other guys)? Let’s find out.
Five people walk into an elevator, but the twist is that it’s a movie brought to us by M Night Shyamalan. This was one of the films that gave us back that glimmer of hope we had for his career… and then he made The Last Airbender. It’s been about a decade since this came out. Has it aged well? Click through to find out.
It was only a matter of time before we took this dive, right? We were morally obligated to break into the Scary Movie franchise as a nice reprieve from our usual terror and tension. Well, that’s what I’ll keep telling myself at least. Click through to read our review of the movie that launched 1000 parodies.