Horror Movie Reviews
In Fright Night 2011, Anton Yelchin is Charley Brewster. Charley lives in the suddenly vacant of suburban Las Vegas. In reality, the housing market crash hurt few communities as it decimated Sin City. Charley lives in a Steven Spielberg-esque neighborhood with more for reality company signs than citizens. Fright Night brings that fact home immediately as Brewster's real estate selling mother (Toni Collette) has a trunk full of her own for sale signage.
Final Destination 5 Movie Review: 5 Times the Horror
Reviewing Final Destination 5 is much easier than expected as the film is a sweet surprise with its thrills and terror, but also its very present humor. The fifth installment in the Final Destination series lands in theaters August 12 and is a total joyride.
Scre4m Movie Review: Just Like The Original, That's A Good Thing
If you're looking for suspense, you're going to find it here. Scream fans will love this movie!
The Rite Movie Review: Horror Flick Lacks Horror
The Rite is a classic tale of demonic possession and exorcism. It lacks horror and suspense.
Reel Movie Reviews: Season of the Witch Falls Flat
Season of the Witch is a cheesy action flick set in medieval times, with few historical accuracies.
Reel Movie Reviews: Saw 3D
Lionsgate's supposed final Saw film wouldn't be worth seeing in 2D, let alone 3D.
Reel Movie Reviews: Paranormal Activity 2
At the end of the day Paranormal Activity 2 is the slightly larger, slightly slicker offspring of Paranormal Activity. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but then again, it doesn't need to.
Reel Movie Reviews: My Soul To Take
Good thing Wes Craven has Scream 4 lined up, as this teen slasher film is less of a scream and more of a whimper.
Reel Movie Reviews: Resident Evil: Afterlife
The fourth Resident Evil movie offers more cool visuals, more zombie ass kicking, and adds 3D to the pot, but still manages to avoid being a good movie.
Reel Movie Reviews: Piranha 3D
Piranha 3D is a fun, bloody fish tale, but don't expect the next Jaws.