Movie Review: Halloween Ends (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, buy me a coffee! This series should have ended with the last movie. There is no reason for this movie to exist except to make money, but you shouldn't give it any of yours. If you want to indulge in someone else's self-serving... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Hellraiser (2022)

Image Source I was excited about the new Hellraiser because I loved the original, but I have since exchanged my excitement for disappointment. It is time to let this series die since it has run its course. The movie focuses on a recovering drug addict who is struggling to get her life back together. Desperate... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Cellar (2022)

Image Source If you like demon possession movies, The Cellar is fine, but it is not without issues. The acting is mostly okay, but there are definitely some outliers trending towards bad. The story is fine, but I don't know how I feel about math being the evil force that powers the whole narrative. The Cellar is the... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Alone With You (2022)

Image by María Prieto from Pixabay I don't know where to start with this movie, but it is hard to talk about because it didn't leave much of an impression. This is a well-intentioned film that tried something unique, but it has too many issues holding it back that make it impossible to recommend. Even... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Allegoria (2022)

The Harrowing of Hell By Jacob van Swanenburgh. I couldn't get the rights to the poster, but this painting was referenced in the movie. Source This movie took a lot of effort to get through because of how unbearably pretentious it is. I had to take multiple breaks just to be able to finish it.... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: What Josiah Saw (2022)

What Josiah Saw is a fantastic horror movie made by our friends over at Shudder. If you don't have a Shudder subscription, this movie alone is worth the free trial. Shudder also offers a wide selection of horror movies so you can fuel a nice little Summerween marathon. This is not an endorsement of the platform,... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Master (2022)

Source Master is psychological that is in an interesting spot in the genre. Where some might make their monster more symbolic, Master is clear that the monster is racism. This movie is uncomfortable, and it is not because it is a ghost story. It is uncomfortable because it is an experience that people have had and continue to... Continue Reading →

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