Nazis v. Werewolves, and a tale of giving the world the finger.
Amanda experiences PTSD from her time at Shine Tower. Nick and Happy do a B&E at a mansion.
Henry manages to get inside Shawshank to meet with the feral inmate found in the basement. Alan Pangborn harbours secrets.
Eddie struggles to help a boy who has a swastika tattoo. Sarah and Dr. Neill spend more time together.
Bill finds out more info on how the Mercedes Killer might’ve stolen the car. Brady and his mom visit family graves.
Kevin Smith ought to stop it with the Canadian-centric films. Because this one is pretty damn rough.
Apt Pupil. 1998. Directed by Bryan Singer. Screenplay by Brandon Boyce; based on the novella by Stephen King from the collection Different Seasons. Starring Ian McKellen, Brad Renfro, Joshua Jackson, Mickey Cottrell, Michael Reid MacKay, Ann Dowd, Bruce Davison, James Karen, Marjorie Lovett, David Cooley, Blake Anthony Tibbetts, Heather McComb, Katherine Malone, Grace Sinden, &Continue reading “Apt Pupil is an Atmospheric but Watered Down King Adaptation”
Carrie’s latest friend isn’t someone any of them need to be messing with, but… you know…
Scorsese & Lehane together as one? That’s how you get a spooky, mind-bending thriller like SHUTTER ISLAND.
Clay Burton has things to take care of; at the same time, Agent Dawson finds herself at the mercy of the horned killer Declan Bode.
More clues in the mysterious case of Rebecca Bowman.
Frankenstein’s Army. 2013. Directed by Richard Raaphorst. Screenplay by Miguel Tejada-Flores & Chris W. Mitchell from a story by Tejada-Flores & Raaphorst. Starring Robert Gwilym, Hon Ping Tang, Alexander Mercury, Luke Newberry, Joshua Sasse, Mark Stevenson, Andrei Zayats, Karel Roden, Klaus Lucas, Cristina Cataline, Jan de Lukowicz, & Zdenek Barinka. MDI Media Group/Dark Sky Films/Pellicola/XYZContinue reading “Frankenstein’s Army is Campy and Creepy Nazi Horror Fun”