There is much more than meets the eye in this Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard joint. If this one has somehow flown under your radar or you’ve been neglecting watching it for some other reason, then do yourself a favor and give it a watch. Also do us a favor and click through to read our review. But only after watching, because spoilers.
The Taking of Deborah Logan is a found footage movie which follows a crew of documentarians trying to capture what happens to families when they care for a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease. Jack didn't like it, but that guy is only right about things like 15% of the time so check out the review and see if it's up your alley.
Alfred Hitchcock's horror masterpiece. You've probably seen this whether you realize it or not. It's possible you just sort of absorbed this thing into your psyche by passively partaking in pop-culture over the course of your lifetime. If you've never taken the time to actually sit down and watch this thing then do yourself a favor and go do so now.
The Invitation is a movie about having to put up with your insane friends' ridiculous bullshit. Or perhaps it's about putting up with your ridiculous friends' insane bullshit? Meh, something to that extent. This is one you should see without knowing too much about it first. Go watch it, then come back here to see what we have to say.
Man, this movie really takes ya back to a simpler time: digital handycams that still used tiny VHS tapes, a world unaware of the found footage genre, and the glaring inability to look up any background information on pop-culture trends. This one changed the face of horror. Read the review to find out why.
John Dies at the End is a 2012 horror-y, comedy-y, sci-fi-y, psychological-y, completely bananas movie about too many things to sum it up succinctly. We sure are good a this huh? Just click through and read our review, and all your questions will be answered. Or maybe not, but we'll have fun together!