The Turning is a movie that really made me think about what I do and don’t like about haunted house movies. Find out why in my review of this latest film adaptation of The Turn of the Screw!
Underwater is a shining and worthwhile example of a sub-genre of monster movies that hasn’t seen mainstream popularity for more than two decades. Why does it work so well? Find out in the latest episode of The Last Theater!
Is this new version of The Grudge, the sort-of second remake of the Japanese original, worth releasing into the world about a decade after all of the American J-horror remakes seemed to fade away?
The second remake of Black Christmas has some admirable goals and intended messages, but did it succeed in creating an entertaining and socially aware slasher movie in the tradition of the original?
Is Countdown a real movie, or is it just an assemblage of movie-like scenes meant to be a conveyance for a new app? Find out in the latest episode of The Last Theater with a review and some light analysis of Countdown!
We’ve looked at every movie currently in the Halloween franchise, so now it’s time to wrap things up. Listen as we rank every Michael Myers movie and discuss the series as a whole!
Forty years after Michael Myers appeared on-screen for the first time, he came home again in a direct sequel to the 1978 original. Halloween from 2018 had a lot of hype, but was the payoff equal to the buildup?
Rob Zombie returned to Halloween in 2009, but was his second attempt better than his first? Find out in the tenth episode in The Last Theater’s Halloween franchise retrospective!
Rob Zombie reimagined Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, and Dr. Loomis in 2007, but does his focus on Michael’s background help or hurt the effectiveness of the classic story? Chris and Joey discuss this question and many more in the ninth of twelve episodes covering the entirety of the Halloween franchise! Download the show here: Halloween …
Halloween Resurrection is the final chapter in its specific timeline, and it’s a movie that feels like it’s fueled by MTV and poor decisions. Is there anything to love about the eighth movie in the Halloween franchise?