John Carpenter’s “Halloween” is one of the grandfathers of the slasher sub-genre.
“The Blair Witch Project” can be difficult to watch at times, but still effectively scares me each time I watch it.
“The Crow” (1994) is your typical revenge story, but with a dark twist.
“Hocus Pocus” has become one of those movies that defines Halloween in every way, and rightfully so.
Not only does Peele manage to top his groundbreaking debut, but with ‘Us,’ but he pulls off the rare feat of creating a purposefully divisive film that different viewers interpret in different ways.
“Get Out” (2017) is one of the best and most important movies of the 2010s, and not just within the horror genre.
‘The Lost Boys’ is simply fun to watch. It’s a definite cult classic and an obvious staple for Halloween season.
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While it has its flaws, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” is an action-packed, spectacle-filled, satisfying ending to the series.
‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ was one of the first major novels to split its movie adaptation in half, which meant that there was a deep learning curve for getting it done.
Everyone has that one movie that they have seen a million times, but don’t actually like that much. ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ is that film for me.
‘Order of the Phoenix’ is my favorite of the Harry Potter books, but unfortunately, the fifth installment of the Harry Potter series falls flat on the big screen.
Whether or not ‘The Goblet of Fire’ is a faithful adaptation to its book remains subject to the opinion of the viewer.
“Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004) is one of the most beloved installments of the “Harry Potter” series, and for good reason.
In the second installment of the ‘Harry Potter’ film series, ‘Chamber of Secrets’ is arguably one of the most iconic and recognizable of the series.
In 2001, movie audiences were introduced to a wizarding world filled with fantastic beast and magical mysteries, but how does ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ stand the test of time?
If you like movies that really screw with your head and make you question every facet of human behavior, “Marebito” is the one for you.
‘IT: Chapter 2’ is the is a clear example of too much to do and not enough time to do it.
‘IT Chapter 1’ redefined the potential for horror blockbusters, and it did so by telling a relatable story about childhood fears that everyone still faces.
The original 1990 version of ‘It’ holds its own and even exceeds in some categories compared to the modern remakes.
Remaking a film from the early days of cinema is no easy task, but Leigh Whannel’s ‘The Invisible Man’ proves that it’s possible.
An adaptation of H.G. Wells’ 1897 novel of the same name, ‘The Invisible Man’ (1933) joins the ranks of the Universal Classic Monsters series as the closest film to the actual novel it was based on.
Classic monster movies were famous for pushing the boundaries of filmmaking, and ‘Creature from the Black Lagoon’ is no exception to this.
James Whale’s sequel to his ever-famous Frankenstein (1931) is hailed as one of the greats – an instant classic.
‘Halloweentown’ has all the cringiness you’d expect from a Disney Channel classic, but it’s a movie that you just can’t pass up.
You’ve heard of Akira, but do you know about “The Other Kurosawa?”
After my first viewing of “Midsommar,” I left the theater conflicted and confused about how I felt about the film. After a second watch, those conflicting feelings only grew.
Ari Aster’s “Hereditary” is one of the only two movies that have left my jaw hanging open for over five minutes straight. Halfway through the movie, I was speechless, which is a big feat in and of itself.
Who IS Patrick Bateman?! The world may never know.
Tim Burton’s stunning Disney classic is imperfect but stands the test of time.
‘Wrong Turn’ is the epitome of mindless, gore-filled entertainment… but in the best way possible.
Every year, Beetlejuice becomes even more of a classic, and it’s one that I look forward to watching every Halloween.
Of all the words I could use to describe the feel of “Black Swan,” the first one that comes to mind is intimate.