Crandall has seen the new remake of Sam Raimi’s classic horror flick EVIL DEAD directed by Fede Alvarez. This solo review contains no MAJOR spoilers and just lets you know if the new flick is blasphemy or a blast. We’ll do a full proper Armchair spoiler-filled review once Mercy has had a chance to check it out.
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Crandall and Mercy are gearing up for the new remake of EVIL DEAD by revisiting the most epic, slapstick adventure from the original trilogy, Bruce Campbell vs. ARMY OF DARKNESS. Come get some!
dun dun…dun dun…dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun BA-DA-DA-DAAAAA-BAAHHH!! Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Jaws hits blu-ray. It’ll make you smile, you sonofaBOOM!
In space, no one can here you scream. We finally get around to reviewing Ridley Scott’s sci-fi horror classic, Alien. GOTCHA!
Crandall reviews the latest in the American Pie saga (all your favourite characters are back! all the jokes you’ve seen before are back too!) and Joss Whedon’s new sci-fi horror flick…the best movie of 2012 so far?
It’s THING week as we take a look at the John Carpenter horror classic The Thing, the new prequel to that film also titled The Thing, and the original that inspired John Carpenter’s version, Howard Hawks’ The Thing From Another World. The entire THING Saga…ONE great movie!
Guelph’s own Chad Archibald dreams up a kick-ass indie feature film with “Neverlost,” the film is screening all around this month – check this graphic for locations/dates.
Now that it’s been out a while, we take another look at Scream 4, this time WITH SPOILERS. You’ve been warned.
Do you like scary movies? That simple questions started a movie franchise and 15 years later, Ghostface is back! Crandall was lucky enough to see the Toronto premiere of SCRE4M that Alliance put on and we’ve got the early review. Fans of the Scream series are not going to be disappointed (hopefully). CLEAR!
James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the guys behind the twisted “SAW” are tackling the haunted house genre with the help of Paranormal Activity’s Oren Peli. Do they redefine the wheel? Not really but despite some extremely vauge marketing (Insidious IS, IS Insidious – what!?) and a PG-13 rating, they manage to make something that is pretty creepy and cool.