Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Halloween Movies (Part 2)

Well, after my part 1 went up I went on a long spree of watching more Halloween/Horror films from this year, and it would appear that I saved the worst for last. There were definitely a few that I really enjoyed, but I must admit, half of this list leaves a lot to be desired. …

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Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Horror Films (Part I)

My long hiatus from writing reviews came after last October, where I reviewed a horror film, show, or book everyday within the month. The massive amount of work I put into that, mixed with the increased toxicity towards film reviews (more on that after Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) releases next month), caused me to …

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Candyman (2021)—Review

Recent years have brought about an emergence of revitalizing old horror properties as pseudo-sequels, from Halloween (2018) to Spiral (2021) to the new SyFy series Chucky (2021). Another recent trend in the horror genre, and a thematic element that has unfortunately been poorly overlooked prior, is the inclusion of themes surrounding the African American experience, …

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The King of Staten Island—Review

Judd Apatow's newest film, The King of Staten Island is proof that Pete Davidson has what it takes to be a top tier comedian and actor. This film delivers tons of laughs while also being very heartfelt (something a lot of comedies these days never seem to merge). Between the amazing performances from Davidson, Marisa …

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The Invisible Man: A Modern Rework of a Classic Monster That Needs to Be Seen

Back in 2016, Universal was hard at work creating their own Marvel-esque universe with their classic monsters which was set to debut with Tom Cruise’s The Mummy (2017). However, with The Mummy’s release came great critical and financial failure, and with that the scrapping of future films in that universe. One of those films was …

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