‘Halloween Ends’ Is The Iconic, Campy and Unconventional Finale That I Loved To Bits.

The original 1978, John Carpenter directed 'Halloween' is probably my favourite horror film of all time. It is the yearly Halloween tradition that I have yet to break and never plan to. The iconic piano and synth, suburban flair and excess usage of pumpkins. The embodiment of evil personified as Michael Myers, a person in … Continue reading ‘Halloween Ends’ Is The Iconic, Campy and Unconventional Finale That I Loved To Bits.

‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’… I Didn’t Get It The First Time But I Get It Now!

A24's horror reign in 2022 has been one of the few pleasant surprises this year has to offer. From the newfound Ti West trilogy surrounding the movie 'X' with the prequel 'Pearl' out now in theatres and the sequel 'MaXXXine' in theatres sometime in the near future to even new and original stories in movies … Continue reading ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’… I Didn’t Get It The First Time But I Get It Now!

Nothing Can Save ‘Last Night in Soho’ From Its Baffling Ending.

Just like its two contrasting leads, Edgar Wright's 'Last Night in Soho' leaves you with two polarizing opinions. It's the type of movie that feels like it should be remembered fondly and to a certain extent does but it's also deeply flawed, so much so that it gets in the way of this becoming a … Continue reading Nothing Can Save ‘Last Night in Soho’ From Its Baffling Ending.

‘Halloween Kills’: A Story Of Rage, Violence and Legacy.

It is Tuesday, October 31st, 1978. As Halloween night bounds the small town of Haddonfield with tragedy, Michael Myers lurks the empty suburban streets to find his way back to his childhood home. Despite the carved pumpkins and ghoulish costumes, nothing sends a chill down Haddonfield's spine like the news of the babysitter murders that … Continue reading ‘Halloween Kills’: A Story Of Rage, Violence and Legacy.