What’s a mother to do when her little boy grows into a monster?
The fairy tales are getting twisty
Big Bad Wolves. Little Pigs. A grandma in danger. Fairy tales can be dangerous.
URBAN EXPLORER’s not a good movie, but it has plenty of things to say about how we sometimes choose to hide the past rather than confront it.
Kreizler and Moore run into interesting, if not dangerous circumstances on their trip to Washington.
Bill enlists Jerome and Holly to help with Olivia’s computer.
Meanwhile, a tragedy occurs.
Bill confronts his past and the memory of his estranged daughter. Deb takes off with the car while Brady’s worried sick.
Bill finds out more info on how the Mercedes Killer might’ve stolen the car. Brady and his mom visit family graves.
When a Stranger Calls. 1979. Directed by Fred Walton. Screenplay by Steve Feke & Fred Walton. Starring Carol Kane, Rutanya Alda, Carmen Argenziano, Kirsten Larkin, William Boyett, Charles Durning, Ron O’Neal, Rachel Roberts, Tony Beckley, Colleen Dewhurst, and Michael Champion. Columbia Pictures Corporation/Melvin Simon Productions. Rated R. 97 minutes. Crime/Drama/Horror ★★★★★ There are many slasherContinue reading “Terror Comes Knocking When a Stranger Calls”
Halloween V: The Revenge of Michael Myers. 1989. Directed by Dominique Othenin-Girard. Screenplay by Shem Bitterman/Dominique Othenin-Girard/Michael Jacobs. Starring Donald Pleasence, Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Beau Starr, Jeffrey Landman, Tamara Glynn, Donald L. Shanks, Jonathan Chapin, Matthew Walker, Wendy Foxworth, Betty Carvalho, Troy Evans and Frankie Como. Magnum Pictures Inc./The Return of Myers/Trancas International Films.Continue reading “Halloween V: The Revenge of Michael Myers – Dr. Loomis and the Mute”
Kristy. 2014. Directed by Oliver Blackburn. Screenplay by Anthony Jaswinski. Starring Haley Bennett, Ashley Greene, Lucas Till, Chris Coy, Mike Seal, Lucius Falick, Erica Ash, James Ransone, Mathew St. Patrick, and Al Vicente. David Kirschner Productions/La Sienega Productions/Electric City Entertainment. Rated R. 86 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★★ There’s nothing absolutely unique to Kristy. I can’t say there’sContinue reading “Kristy: Lower V. Upper Class Horror”
A bit of Christmas sneer when a psychopath takes captive his perfect Christmas dinner guest.