Wwwweee’rrreee hhheeerrreee to look back at the “Poltergeist” series. “Poltergeist” is a classic and considered one of those essential horror series, despite the fact none of the sequels are considered very good. Is that warranted? Are there any gems hidden in this franchise? Probably not, but it should still be fun to look them over.Read More
In 1960 one of if not the greatest director, Alfred Hitchcock made a film called ‘Psycho.’ It is said to be the first slasher film. That of course is contentious due to terms and ideas of what it means to be a slasher film. But like many of the slasher series that came afterwards “Psycho” spawned a whole series and crappy remake BEFORE it was cool. Let’s go through them and see which ones to bother watching and which to skip.Read More
In 1931 “Dracula” starring Bela Lugosi started the original classic Universal Horror series of films. In the years since there had been other attempts at remakes of “Dracula”. Some were great, some not but almost all of them greatly deviated from the original novel. In 1992, the timing seemed right for a big-budget, more book accurate adaptation. Who better to helm this ambitious project than the director of “The Godfather” trilogy himself, Francis Ford Coppola.Read More
So here we are again, the “Halloween” franchise is currently so broken that to save it we must reboot the continuity. This time for an added bonus we get to bring Jamie Lee Curtis back to the role that made her famous, Laurie Strode… again. Still after “Halloween H20” did an adequate job of restarting the series it still fell apart again shortly after. So let’s see if this Jamie Lee Curtis return is worth the hype and a true successor to the original John Carpenter classic.Read More
“Halloween H20: 20 Years Later” was the first time the “Halloween” had to be revived with Jamie Lee Curtis. Now that yet another 20 years has passed and another revival with Jamie Lee Curtis is due to come out let’s take a look back. Why am I not doing a “Guide Through _ Series” article for the “Halloween” franchise. Simply put I don’t care.Read More
Well there’s really not much to say to set-up this guide through the “Predator” series. I did the “Alien” series last year and since there were so many films I held off talking about the “AVP” films so I could pump up an article about the “Predator” series. So every time I do one of these types of articles I sometimes go from best to worst or vice-versa depending on what I think best suits the topic. For this I think it would be best to just follow the release date order to see how this series has gone up and down throughout the years. Let’s begin.Read More
We’re going to look at some cinematic football classics – a well-known picture and then a couple of choices you may not have seen before. So once you’ve finished catching up on all the latest NFL news from Betting Sports.com, read through our recommendations, make your selection and get that popcorn a-popping….Read More
The name “Dark Phoenix” carries a lot of weight for the X-Men franchise. As one of the most pivotal stories about one of Marvel’s most powerful characters, the last X-Men film from Fox seems to be relying upon name alone. While the trailer pleases from a visually aesthetic point of view, the plot does not feel like it will hold water.Read More
Brain Henson (son of “Muppet” creator Jim Henson) FINALLY releases his pet project “The Happytime Murders.” I say finally because I actually heard of this movie a couple of years ago on a list about films that were stuck in development hell. Now I’m a BIG Jim Henson fan and “The Muppets” in particular. I’m also a fan of his son Brian Henson who has directed a lot of Henson projects since his father’s passing. He was also the voice of Jack Pumpkinhead in “Return to Oz” so the nostalgic feelings I have for him are high. Sadly it all just wasn’t enough to save this film for me.Read More
Last year I did an article like this hoping to begin a new category of articles. Well it may have taken a while, but I’m back with more trailers. For those paying attention, a little event called the San Diego Comic Con happened not too long ago. As a result we got ALL the trailers. So I thought it’d be fun to run through them all and give my own takes one them. I’ll go in order of least interested to most interested, let’s begin.Read More
The thrill and unpredictability of gambling have always attracted the humans. We find the stories mentioned from time immemorial. If you have ever been to a casino, you very well know the adrenaline rush if you are on a winning streak. So, if you are away from a casino and are less on money, then it’s better to enjoy the fun on the idiot box. Or even on your laptop, as long as you got the digital version of the movie with you.
The Top Gambling Movies You Do Not Want to Miss!
It has been a very long time since a horror movie like “Hereditary” has opened in theatres. People have compared it to “The Exorcist” and “Rosemary’s Baby” and for good reason. They aren’t too far off. Like those movies, this one has big scares and creepy moments.Read More