A Night in the Woods (2011) – Horror Movie Review

It’s a hard life being a horror film reviewer. Particularly when you’re sent yet another generic found footage film to endure…

The Cabin In The Woods Horror Movie Review

The Cabin in the Woods, directed by comic book geek god Joss Whedon, is the first postmodern horror movie to go mainstream. Whereas Jason was slow walking, and Leatherface was so one-dimensional about his killing, all the villains you’ll meet in The Cabin in the Woods are faster, deadlier, in amazing 3D/CGI, and unfortunately for horror film purists, a whole generation removed from visceral terror.

The Exorcist Horror Movie Synopsis

It may be no great coincidence that the scariest movie of all time was released in the 1970s, a decade notorious for cult killings, hallucinatory drugs, civil unrest, shocking imagery, and a public consciousness that was still very entrenched in the wrath of God versus the duplicity of the Devil. “The Exorcist”, directed as a play of madness and hellfire by William Friedkin (and based on a book that was supposedly based on a “true story”) is a great film that set the standard for horror-so high in fact, that it spawned a million sequels, imitators and montage techniques that we so easily take for granted in the CGI age. To see The Exorcist today is still a visceral delight, though it’s unlikely viewing it will lead to any miscarriages or seizures, like it did during its debut, no doubt benefiting from a bit of group hysteria. It is a film that has aged slightly, but that still packs an emotional wallop, even with an entire generation of desensitized nihilists who grew up playing GTA.

Trollhunter Horror Movie Review – Don’t Feed the Trolls or Else

A government conspiracy has been hiding the existence of monstrous creatures. When they occasionally escape their containment area, the troll hunter must capture these creatures at all costs.

Campaign for Change – The Merlinian Movement

This gives a scholarly perspective from a researcher’s view, about the importance of saving a BBC TV series called Merlin and how the mythological aspects of this show are important in today’s society. With so many people worldwide who love this show, their deep passion has prompted the Merlinian Movement.

Storage Hunters Puts Up a Good Fight

With all of the reality TV shows out today Storage Hunters has found its niche. Bidders not only compete over storage lockers with money, but also with their fist. As the price of the bins flares up so do the tempers.

“Texas Chainsaw” Films Still Haunt Audiences

For more than thirty years, “Texas Chainsaw” films have been thrilling audiences with the grisly depiction of a single twisted family. First released in 1974, “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” was widely considered the first slasher film of the 1970s. The plot for the film centers on a cannibalistic family in rural Texas who kidnap unsuspecting customers from their gas station.

The Sharp Aquos Quattron Quad Pixel Technology 80 Inch TV Experience

This is the Sharp Aquos Quattron LED 80 inch TV experience. This is an awesome TV and when it is setup, programmed and calibrated properly has a breath taking picture. Your best deal may be from the guy who knows the product best and can professionally calibrate it. In addition providing Sharp service support is extremely important.

Shooting Stars

Without a doubt, the “shoot” interview is one of the greatest wrestling items on the internet. For those who are not in the know, a “shoot” is an unscripted, real-life event that occurs in pro wrestling.

The Last Exorcism Horror Movie Synopsis

The Last Exorcism is a 2010 horror film directed by Daniel Stamm. The movie features a blend of the found footage style of film making with the more common supernatural horror genre.

No Assembly Required: “The Avengers” Is A Masterpiece

After almost five years of foreplay, Marvel Studios and director Josh Whedon had a lot at stake; a house of cards that could rise or fall. After such a long build up, does The Avengers lead to a disappointing amount of nothing?

Why Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Make a Dynamic Duo

The world has seen a lot of famous comedians throughout time, and many of them are solo. A few comedians, such as Laurel and Hardy or Abbot and Costello, became great duos that are still household names decades after their heyday. Any list of the top comedy duos of all time will be either all or mostly male, with Woody Allen and Diane Keaton occasionally getting a mention.