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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

It is a reboot in every sense of the word. Kevin Smith has described it as “literally the same fucking movie, all over again”. It’s hard to argue with that. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your feelings towards Kevin Smith, and by extension his cohorts. Obviously, I’ve seen […]

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The Invisible Man (2020)

Considering that I am doing a film review today, it feels only fitting that I dedicate it to the memory of the late and great, Sir Sean Connery. Connery sadly passed away yesterday. He was perhaps best known for being James Bond, but he was known to me from a very young age from a […]

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A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting (2020)

Typically in my house, we always do what I want to. I get to pick what music we listen, what we watch on the TV, what we eat etc etc. I’m not a dictator, my partner just really struggles at making decisions. So, we always do what I want. As long as I don’t brush […]

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The Haunting of Bly Manor

They said it was a horror, but it was more of a drama. A drama with some spooky themes, but a drama nonetheless. That being said, the show was at its best when it was just being a drama. (Some of) The characters were legitimately interesting and I was genuinely invested in them and their […]

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In The Tall Grass (2019)

When I first heard they were making a movie about this, I wondered how a 90 minute horror film about a grass field would be scary, let alone interesting. I had the luck of getting the extended edition, which meant they had 101 minutes to fill. So, how did they make grass interesting for that […]

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Creepshow (2019)

I love the 1982 anthology film, Creepshow. To me, it is everything a horror film should be. Creepy stories that are told in such a campy way that they aren’t really scary anymore, but they stay with you long after the credits roll. I still have it kicking around on VHS. It barely works, but […]

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Hubie Halloween

Unless Netflix has released another original in the past week, which, if we are being honest is very likely, this is the most recent Netflix Original film on the streaming service. I had planned to watch it when it came out but I kept getting sidetracked with football and other things. It wasn’t as hyped […]

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Ju-On : Revisited

I rewatched 2002’s Ju-On : The Grudge today (yesterday by the time I finished writing this). I took numerous notes (4 pages full to be exact) and it hurt my wrist writing that much. I also added an extra 40 something minutes to the watch time, once I factored in pausing and a couple rewind […]

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Haunted (Netflix Season 2)

I told you I’d watch it and review it for you guys! I just got distracted by a few things first. I mentioned that I had heard rumours that this season was better than the first and I’m inclined to agree. It was still hard to tell how legitimate some of these stories were, but […]

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Ju-On : The Grudge (2002)

I am a big fan of Sam Raimi’s 2004 film The Grudge, which is based on this film. In life, the originals are basically always better than a remake. Naturally, being a huge fan of Japan and Japanese film and TV, I assumed I was going to love the heck out of this movie. There […]