Eddie Brock and his new pal Venom aren't just a Marvel duo, they represent a lot of our (post)modern-day fears.
Roberta Findlay's 1985 shocker TENEMENT came along at the beginning of the crack epidemic. Hard not to see the commentary about a city crumbling around her.
MANDY is a gorgeous, mad hellscape of '80s terror, revenge, astrology, and more.
Leigh Whannell's UPGRADE is a kick ass horror thrill ride. It's also a deep, dark rumination on technological singularity.
Generally disregarded by the mainstream, John Carpenter's THEY LIVE ('88) is a prophetic piece of sci-fi cinema.
Clive Barker's NIGHTBREED explores the difference between experiences in the city, focused on those with power v. those without.
John Carpenter's dystopian classic is a vision of a prison state where American democracy and institutions have failed; where violence and chaos reign!
Like a playbook version of Donald Trump's MAGA plan. Complete with Russian murder tourists. Prescient much?
When vampires have taken over the world, feeding off humans, one vampire abstains & hopes for a way out; a way back to humanity.
Uwe Boll's third film of the RAMPAGE trilogy flies way off the mark.
The second RAMPAGE film isn't near what the first was, nor does it do anything different whatsoever.
Not usually a fan of Marvel movies, this one thrilled me with exciting action & a surprisingly well-juggled ton of characters.