Two great video game documentaries that any fan of gaming or drama is going to adore. Here’s our review for King of Kong and Chasing Ghosts.
Author: Zack Saad
We’re certainly going through some Rainy Days, and if you want an early slasher, The Final Terror won’t waste your time. Here’s a review.
Things are crazy right now, so there’s no better time to watch an old-school horror movie. From our Rainy Day Pile, it a review for The Slayer.
There’s nothing like a good book on a rainy day…and it’s been raining a lot lately. Here’s our review for the classic novel The Monk.
Are you stuck at home like the majority of the planet right now? Well, we have some stuff to get you by on a rainy day.
Adapting classic novels into blockbuster movies has been a thing for as long as there have been movies. Here’s our review for The Invisible Man.
One of the greatest pieces of literature ever created has has quite a few movie adaptations, but this is the best. Here’s our review for Emma.
The classic Jack London novel gets an on-screen adaptation, but did it pull it off? Find out as our reviewer looks at The Call Of The Wild.
The critical acclaim for the recent Little Women movie was hard to ignore, even though the Oscars had no problem. What else should Greta Gerwig adapt?
The darling of the Academy Awards this year is most defjnitely worth your time and energy. See what our reviewer thought of Parasite.
Nic Cage has a new movie out, they are always hit or miss, but this one made our reviewer quite happy.
Only the best of the best are honored with entry to this prestigious institution.
The end of the year is here, but it’s also the end of the decade, and our movie reviewer is looking back.
The end of the year this year means the end of the decade which gives a special opportunity for a look back
The legendary musical that made billions on and off Broadway is now a movie, and it’s not the same…at all!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and that means buying all sorts of stuff. We’re taking a look at some Holiday Ads throughout the years.
It’s not all about Marvel movies and Star Wars over on Disney Plus. There’s new movies too, and this is one of them. Here’s our Noelle movie review.
A look at the man who taught boys how to be men, this movie is most certainly one not to miss. Here’s our review for A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood.
The legendary ear-worm of a Holiday Song from George Michael now has its very own movie adaptation. Here’s our review for Last Christmas.
We’ve come to the end of another amazing Halloween Extravaganza, and the World Tour was simply awesome! We wraps things up with Rambling About Halloween.
This year’s Halloween Extravaganza is winding down as the big day approaches, but we’re not done yet! Here’s our review for Countdown.
We’re nearly to the end of this year’s festivities, but we’re not through yet! Here’s a horror movie review for Hagazussa. Enjoy!
We’re nearing the final stretch of this year’s annual celebration of all things horror. But The World Tour isn’t over yet! Here’s a film review for Viy.
The annual celebration of all things horror continues until the end of October, we’re still on the World Tour, and now it’s a Haunt movie review.
We’re nearly to the big day: Halloween! And our celebration of all things horror continues with a review fo the film Alena.
We’re just about to the end of this year’s annual festivities, but before it’s through we’re taking a look at this film, Stage Fright.
The Halloween Extravaganza is an annual celebration of all things horror, and this time around we’re reviewing A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.
Our annual horror celebration is ongoing, we’re halfway through, and now we’re taking a look at the horror movie The Wailing. Here’s a review.
Our annual celebration of horror continues all month long, and this time around we’re talking about short films with the Best Horror Shorts 2019.
We’re not even halfway through this year’s deep dive into all things horror as The World Tour continues. Here’s our Hall House LLC: Lake of Fire review.