ver since the monster of a smash hit show The Walking Dead debuted in 2010, Hollywood – better yet the world – has devoured anything zombie-related just as zombies devour brains. The latest onscreen offering of the flesh hungry undead is the teenage horror comedy Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. … More Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review
Visionary director Guillermo Del Toro has given the world many cinematic treats including his breakthrough effort, the dark fantasy Pan’s Labyrinth (2006), supernatural superhero flicks in the Hellboy franchise and big budget robot-vs-monster mayhem in Pacific Rim (2012). The Mexican returns to his gothic roots with his new film Crimson Peak.
Set in late 19th century New York, Crimson Peak stars Mia Wasikowska (2010’s Alice in Wonderland) as Edith Cushing, an aspiring author whose fiction about ghosts is inspired by a traumatic childhood haunting. She’s the daughter of wealthy self-made industrialist Carter Cushing (Jim Beaver). … More Crimson Peak Review
Personally I’ve never really been a big fan of horror films. That’s not because I’m scared or anything. Honestly I’m not. Look, I’m not scared alright! Anyway, horror films have just never really appealed to me. But recently I watched 2012’s Sinister and was pleasantly surprised as the intriguing mystery filled storyline along with a … More Sinister 2 Review