My Mom’s a Werewolf has some great Halloween vibes and acts as a fairly innocuous B-movie.
While Going In Style isn’t terribly nuanced, it’s a fun movie that gives us a satisfying payoff in the end.
Creepshow 2 is a worthy addition to the anthology horror sub-genre, but possesses the same inherent problems that unfortunately plague almost every anthology film ever–inconsistent quality.
Kong: Skull Island is one of the better action-adventure movies of recent years.
Dracula proves that you can create genuine scares through well-placed silence, sinister acting, and brilliant camera work.
If you’re watching The Last Man on Earth looking for your typical Vincent Price performance, don’t count on it.
Zombieland isn’t just the best zombie movie I’ve ever seen, but the best road movie I’ve ever seen.
Don Siegel’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers is proof that you can create a chilling horror movie without resorting to cheap jump scares or vivid effects.
Scream 4 does well as a reboot, but not necessarily a sequel. It’s just not a movie you think about long after its over.
Scream 3 is more over-the-top than Scream 1 and 2. Yet at the same time, it’s not.