Review: ‘The Black Phone’ Dials H for Horror

None of the most terrifying and disturbing creations brought to life in books, movies, and other media, come close to the horrors our world offers. In Scott Derrickson’s The Black Phone, these real-world horrors are explored with a touch of the supernatural. Based on the short story of the same name by Joe Hill, a … Continue reading Review: ‘The Black Phone’ Dials H for Horror

Trailer Drop: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Releases First Trailer

When Netflix backed the money truck up for Rian Johnson, there was little doubt he would take advantage of the budget. Immediately, he began assembling another all-star cast for his Knives Out follow-up. The first film earned Johnson an Oscar nomination for Original Screenplay. The film premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) on … Continue reading Trailer Drop: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Releases First Trailer

Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

While it has only been three event years since the last time The Horrors of Blumhouse made (its 2nd appearance), the world of horror has shifted. Blumhouse was already a juggernaut at the time, but one could argue that Black Phone and Freaky are among the most financially successful films from the studio. Given their … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)

We've checked in with a couple of the Oscar races so far, and now that we're in November, we're starting to get some of the pieces to fall into place. With that in mind, let's start checking a few categories, beginning with the Lead Actor race. We're ranking the contenders based on the likelihood of … Continue reading Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)