Moxie tackles female empowerment in the archaic institutions of male dominated school systems based around athletics. Is it worth a watch?
The final entry of the Fear Street Trilogy is upon us. Will we learn about Sarah Fier and the reason behind the curse?
The second entry in the Fear Street Trilogy, 1978 is darker, bloodier and leaves us with the feeling of helplessness.
A Reason to Like Horror Again 4.5/5 Fear Street Part One: 1994 launched on Netflix on July 2, 2021. A three part film story, 1994 delivers the groundwork of a classic horror trilogy. Although not a direct adaptation of R.L. Stein’s books, he praised Netflix’s creative team as they “captured the essence of them.” […]
The Clovehitch Killer (2018) has an interesting premise that reels you in before dropping the ball with failed execution.
Oxygen (2021) is a nightmare for those scared of small spaces in the first half but leaves us feeling adrift in the second.
The Reef (2010) is an Australian Film that hits a lot of terrifying moments but left us feeling indifferent about it.
47 Meters: Uncaged (2019) has effective jump scares, but the idea of being trapped made our hands sweat more
Things Heard & Seen had so much potential but falls flat with predictable sequences and lackluster characters.
Stowaway has a stellar cast, an interesting premise & a trailer that makes your heart pound. The acting is amazing, but the story fails them.