Merry Christmas you filthy animals! To celebrate the holidays, we reviewed a true classic in 1984’s Gremlins. What did we think of it? Click through to find out.
The holidays are here (or at least they were if you are reading this in the future), and that means the risk of crossing paths with a mutant killer snowman has risen exponentially. If you are as concerned about this as we are, then click through to our review of 1997's Jack Frost and arm yourself with knowledge.
Ever wonder how shopping mall Santas got their jobs? Well, here comes a movie that answers that question with aplomb. Read on, dear friends, to get the dig on this criminally misunderstood cottage industry and better appreciate all the work that goes into making that bearded gent sitting outside the Auntie Anne’s a true professional.
The Descent is a 2005 horror movie that Jack picked as his wild-card choice. This movie derives a lot of its scares from the claustrophobia present in spelunking, which this movie features heavily. It’s got a lot of other stuff going on for it too, but we won’t spoil any of that until you muster up the courage to click through to see what Jack thought of it.
‘Twas the Night, Before Christmas, and All Through the House, a Creature was stirring. The Stockings were Hung by the Chimney with care, but it was Hard to Say that St. Nick would be there. A Christmas of another colour brings a killer on the loose… This and more insane taglines, through the jump. Also spoilers.