Sunday , 22 October 2017

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New Godzilla roars into theaters! – Shin Godzilla – review

Toho’s 29th entry in its long-running GODZILLA franchise, Shin Godzilla (also known as Godzilla Resurgence), is perhaps the most intellectually mature film in the series, easily matching the depth and power of the original Gojira from 1954. Already a colossal hit in Japan, here in the states it opened to special previews on October 3rd in Los Angeles and October ... Read More »

All aboard zombie actioner Train to Busan! – review

Zombies have been all the rage for quite some time now in movies, television, comic books and videogames. The Dawn of the Dead remake, Zombieland, World War Z, the juggernaut, The Walking Dead, iZombie, Z Nation, even Game of Thrones, Left 4 Dead, Call of Duty and many others, have taken what once was a niche subgenre of horror and spread its ... Read More »

R.I.P., Herschell Gordon Lewis, Godfather of Gore

The Gore 4 deeply laments the passing of one of horror’s greats, Herschell Gordon Lewis, the Godfather of Gore. He died early Monday, September 26 in his sleep at the age of 90 at his home in Pompano Beach, Florida. (Most sources list Lewis’ age at 87, but Something Weird Video, which releases many of his films, states that he celebrated his ... Read More »

Phantasm: Ravager – The sphere is almost here!

One of horror’s most original, enduring and beloved franchises is returning to theaters in a very big way. Phantasm: Ravager, the fifth and final installment of the surreal horror series, brings Reggie, Mike, Jody, The Tall Man and those brain-sucking spheres back for one last battle for the future of mankind. In addition, a new presentation of the original classic film, ... Read More »

Debbie Rochon’s Model Hunger a Feast for Fright Fans – review

“There’s no need to scream. I can hear you just fine.” In the world of entertainment, whether it be film, television, music, or, most notably, modeling, youth and beauty are generally treasured over talent and experience, and that holds especially true when it comes to women. Of course, there are those – Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Tina Turner, Cheryl Tiegs, to name a ... Read More »

To Be or Not to Be….Human – Morgan – review

“Do you consider yourself a person?” “No, I am something new.” What does it mean to be human? Is it having the capacity to empathize with others? Does it entail understanding that actions have consequences? Is it being able to laugh, to cry? Or, even deeper, does it require that one have a soul? Those are some of the questions posed ... Read More »

Bad Guys Come Together in Suicide Squad – review

“Here’s to honor among thieves….remember, we’re the bad guys.” When historians ultimately look back at the history of superhero movies and films based on comic book characters, no doubt 2016 will be considered a pivotal year. While Superman (1978), Batman (1989), Iron Man and The Dark Knight (2008) and The Avengers (2012) all marked important turning points in bringing a ... Read More »

It’s Clerks vs Bratzis in Yoga Hosers! – review

From the convenience stores down near the Jersey Shore selling sandwiches to slurpees to the ones up in moose country selling maple syrup, writer/director/podcaster/stand-up comedian, Kevin Smith, brings the second of his “True North” trilogy of films to life with Yoga Hosers. Starring his own daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, and Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, who also stars, the three ... Read More »