We would love to tell you that we cobbled this review together from a bunch of discarded pieces of other reviews that we liked, but this one is actually something brand new. If you would like to understand why that’s a joke, click through to our main review of 2002’s May.
Life was hard in the 1980s. No cell phones. Your Sony walkman probably cost about $200. You’re shitty college roommate constantly sleeps with everyone and makes it real awkward when you come home to sleep. Satanic cults may or may not exist. We’ve all been there, and Ti West’s The House of the Devil goes balls deep into the time period. Click through to read our Review of Ti West’s The House of the Devil.
We haven’t explored or discovered over 90% of our oceans on Earth, so let’s shoot a rocket full of people to a moon 300 million miles away to explore what may be some oceans there, instead. Shockingly, this is just the plot of a movie and not something Elon Musk is doing (yet). Hit the link to see how well it goes.
October is here in force and we’re taking a spin through some films that promise to fit the mood of the season. Up first is a flick for all of you who think regular ol’ haunted houses are a bit too tame and would prefer a more… personal experience. What does that entail? Click on through to find out (and be spoiled).
We should really just start watching movies for the site that will make Jack cry. It's fun to berate him for things. Spring will do that to you, with its genre-bending horror romance conceit. But this is a horror website, and we want to assess whether it's able to serve up as many scares as tears. Take the jump to find out how well it does on that front.