This week sees the release of the latest film in the Halloween series, Halloween Kills, which is a direct sequel to the 2018 film Halloween. While it’s true that these movies ignore the entire franchise except for the first two movies, there’s still a lot of fun to be had in the rest of those sequels. Sure, some of them are bad, but many of those are delightfully bad. Either way, if you want to catch up on your Halloween lore, here is every film in the franchise and where to buy, rent, or stream them.Continue reading “Home Video: Every ‘Halloween’ Film and Where to Buy, Rent, or Stream them”
Families are tough. You don’t get to choose them, and you may not fit in with them, but unless you are one of the unlucky ones, your family will never stop trying and will always have your back. The Mitchells vs The Machines is the latest film that will teach you this lesson, that no matter what is going on in your life and how much you don’t relate to them, your parents will have your back. Most people learn this over time as they grow and mature. Katie Mitchell learns on a road trip with her parents that happens to coincide with a robot uprising.
Spoiler alert, this movie is amazing.Continue reading “Review: ‘The Mitchells vs the Machines’ continues Lord & Miller’s ongoing streak of great films”
Have you ever watched Scrooged and thought “you know, I’d really like to see The Night the Reindeer Died in real life? I mean, I can’t be the only one.
Anyway, here is the trailer for an upcoming movie called Fatman, which is a real movie and is really happening.Continue reading “‘Fatman’ is a real movie that is really happening this holiday season”
There’s a new Halloween movie coming this fall from Danny McBride and David Gordon Green. Yes, the guys from _Eastbound and Down_ and _Your Highness_. Now, I know what you’re thinking, but this thing looks great. More on that in a minute though because they just released an incredible new poster for it.
I know what you want to know. _”Is it good?”_
Turns out the sequel to **Prometheus** –and it is very much more a sequel to that movie than it is a prequel **Alien**– is not only good, but retroactively makes **Prometheus** better. What are the odds of that?
One of the most fun parts of twitter is getting to see the pictures the actors take of what goes on behind the scenes. In addition to Nick Holmes’ photo of the great makeup job on Guardians of the Galaxy here’s some of what you may have missed this week…
The gag reel to the funniest movie of the year. Just watch.
It’s strange to think that _This Is The End_ is the funniest movie of the year so far. At first glance it looks like a vanity project where Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg just wanted to work with all their friends and then setting that idea against the biblical end of the world. It really feels like it shouldn’t work at all but you know what? It really really does.
To put it succinctly: I haven’t laughed that hard all year.
You know, I had an inkling this would be a funny movie but it looks like it might be balls out hilarious. Or stupid. Or both.
Holy shit, the number of cameos in this is going to be ridiculous. I can’t wait.