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[Review] The Sadness (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] The Sadness (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

In this modern age, where the global pandemic shows inconsistent signs of slowing down, revving up, then slowing down again, artists of all mediums have reached an expanding renaissance of creativity, especially in horror. So far we’ve seen quite a few projects that used the last two years as inspiration, as well as commentative reflection, … Continue reading

[Review] Soul (2020) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] Soul (2020) by Marcus Wilturner

***The Following Review Contains Spoilers*** What is the meaning of life? What is the purpose of oneself? Is living meant to be ordinary or extraordinary? Does any of that matter in the grand scheme of things? Or does all of it matter in the littlest scheme of things? Such questions and more are explored, pondered, … Continue reading

[Review] The Batman (2022) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] The Batman (2022) by Marcus Wilturner

Since 1939, the crime-fighting, brooding, defender of Gotham City has reached multiple statuses over the decades from strange occurrence to pop-culture icon to transcendent figure of quintessential reality. He’s had an abundance of creative highs and commercial lows the likes of which haven’t been seen by any other astronomically popular character. Nearly everyone on the … Continue reading

[Review] Candyman (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] Candyman (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

This year has produced quite the multiple returns from icons in regards to horror. In not only the passing of legacies but the resurgence of the old guard. Jigsaw returned, Chucky came back, Michael Myers returned to Haddonfield, and if it counts, even Godzilla and King Kong re-emerged to duke it out. (Some circles consider … Continue reading

{Review] Halloween Kills (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

{Review] Halloween Kills (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

Michael Myers. A name that’s synonymous with evil incarnate and death itself. Since 1978, “The Shape” has carved out a place in not only the creation of slasher flicks but a niche in cinema that’s been rightfully secure since that bygone era. Even with the initial not-so-welcoming response from critics and the general public, slashers … Continue reading

[Review] V/H/S 94 (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] V/H/S 94 (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

The incomparable anthology sub-genre has sparked a righteous resurgence over the last decade. What was once an insufferable framing device sporadically attempted in horror, now seems to be back in full swing, churning out a fair amount of successful outings that have not only brought back the nostalgia of Creepshow (2019) or Twilight Zone (2019), … Continue reading

[Review] Malignant (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

[Review] Malignant (2021) by Marcus Wilturner

If you’re reading this and have not experienced this delightfully eccentric film, I implore you to go check it out because while this review isn’t spoilery, watching this flick as blind as possible is not just essential, but crucial. Yet, if you’re curious over this humble schmoe’s opinion, then by all means proceed and continue … Continue reading