FlixChatter Review: HALLOWEEN ENDS (2022)

Directed by David Gordon Green Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney, Will Patton, Rohan Campbell I have a theory that Michael Myers is actually a Cyberdyne Systems T101 Terminator or the indestructible John Kirby in the Chuck Norris cult sci-fi/slasher Silent Rage (1982). It’s been 44 years since 1978’s Halloween and the …

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FlixChatter Review: Hocus Pocus 2 (2022) – Not going to be a classic, but still a fun enough watch

Directed by: Anne Fletcher Like many millennials, watching Hocus Pocus this time of year is as much of a Halloween tradition as carving pumpkins. The 1993 film is a memorable, atmospheric, fun product of its time. So when it was announced that a sequel was being produced for DisneyPlus, my expectations were low, but I …

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FlixChatter Review: SMILE (2022) – a well-crafted horror film that’ll get your stomach in knots

Written and directed by: Parker Finn I'll be honest- I wasn't particularly interested in Smile after seeing the trailer. The characters' sinister facial expressions reminded me of the cheesy Snapchat filter smile effect from 2018's Truth or Dare, one of the worst horror movies I've reviewed, so my hopes weren't high. However, my aunt mentioned …

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FlixChatter Review: How Dark They Prey (2022)

Directed by: Jamison M. LoCascio, Adam Ambrosio (segment Encounter Nightly) Written by: Jamison M. LoCascio, Adam Ambrosio, Anthony LoCascio (segment Nelly) When Ruth sent me a list of screeners to choose from, How Dark They Prey immediately jumped out at me. I love a good anthology-style horror movie; it's a great way of fitting a …

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FlixChatter Guest Review: BARBARIAN (2022)

Having just recently moved to a new home a week ago, I’m still getting to know my new surroundings. The new smells, unfamiliar layouts, and strangeness of it all is a common sensation during this breaking-in period. Of course, I’ve done a lot of exploring – nooks and crannies, attic closets, boiler rooms, all eliciting …

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FlixChatter Review: Jordan Peele’s NOPE(2022)

A movie trailer’s main function is to advertise a future coming attraction. In essence, it is a commercial, announcing to the masses of so and so’s new movie, starring so and so, and so forth. But film trailers can also be an art form. The worst example of this is the annoying trailer for Bullet …

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FlixChatter Review: The Black Phone (2022)

Judging a movie based on a work of literature is hard. Judging a movie based on a work of literature by the son of an already iconic horror author is even harder. The Black Phone is an adaptation of a short story by Joe Hill, son of the monumentally famous Stephen King. And while there …

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