This 1960 pseudo-classic seems to fly pretty far under the radar, but also somehow everyone at least tenuously aware of it. We took the dive this week and watched this unheralded entry into the creepy children subgenre. Click through to see what we think.
Sure, Sphere might not be the most “horror” movie we’ve ever reviewed, but if you don’t think descending to the immense depths of the ocean to investigate a crashed spaceship is scary, there’s something deeply wrong with you. Also, fair warning that nautical puns will happen in this review. Click through to dive in...
So this one just sorta landed on us, eh boys? Netflix dropped the first trailer for this thing about four hours in advance of it being publicly available. In so doing it created a brand new avenue of blockbuster release, took the world by surprise, took us by surprise, and otherwise created a bonkers marketing tidal wave. Hell, even my parents watched this movie. Should you? Check our review to find out.
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!
Alien is the classic 1979 horror / sci-fi movie. It's Alien. Come on, you guys, it's Alien. We joke a lot, but this is important, so listen up: if you haven't seen this thing yet and don't know what happens, don't click through. Just watch it with fresh eyes, you lucky duck. Otherwise click through for our review. Like a lot. From different devices too. Just go nuts.
Signs is M. Night Shyamalan's 2002 attempt to repeat his success in the horror realm after The Sixth Sense. This movie's reputation certainly hasn't fared as well as The Sixth Sense, but does it deserve all the hate it gets? The guys set out to get to the bottom of it but instead got bogged down with Muhhamed Ali and This Old House. Join them, won't you?