Review – Will You Just DIE Already? (“Halloween Kills”)

Seriously, can’t anything kill Michael Myers? If you follow the Halloween movie franchise (the twelfth film since 1978!), this hulking monster has been shot, stabbed, blown-up, set on fire, run over, electrocuted, and beaten to death, but he always manages to survive. What? Is he part of the MCU? Picking up from the same night…

Review – Ewe’ll Never See This Coming (“Lamb”)

With a very weird and twisted screenplay by first-time director/writer Valdimar Jóhannsson and poet, novelist, and Bjork songwriter, Sjon, this Icelandic import from A24 Films is moody, creepy, strange, and gives you a case of “what-if’s” with its unusual plot. Somewhere in the desolate outback of Iceland lies the lonely sheep farm of hard-working farmers,…

Review – AARP’s Worst Nightmare (“Old”)

M. Night Shyamalan is back and this time he’s going to the beach, and believe me, it’s no picnic! After his last iffy movie, Glass, which tied up his superhero trilogy, M. Night returns to his horror roots like The Visit and The Happening. Hmmm, any psychotic killer trees out there? Inspired by the Swiss…

Review – Guardian Of Another Galaxy (“The Tomorrow War”)

Yesterday’s tomorrow is today’s next week. . . or something like that. In a plot that borrows from Edge of Tomorrow, The Terminator, and a few Outer Limits episodes thrown together, the MCU’s Chris Pratt fights deadly aliens 30 years in our future. Where’s Drax when you need him? First meant to be a Christmas…

Review – Silence Is Still Golden (“A Quiet Place II”)

The monster hit of 2018, A Quiet Place won over critics with its simple tale of a family trying to stay alive from rampaging alien creatures that hunt by sound. John Krasinski is back again, serving as screenwriter & director for a second time. Will lightning strike twice for him again? After a quick horrifying…