Hulu's "Prey" is honestly one of the best action films of 2022.
While it is tempting to watch "The Rental" simply because Alison Brie is in it, I can promise you that it is not worth the time.
Anthony Hopkins goes topless in unscary horror film "The Rite", which feels basically like pro-Catholic propaganda.
Florence Pugh's first venture into horror movies was less successful, less scary and more useless. It took me four attempts to watch the whole thing.
Annabelle: Creation is the worst entry to James Wan's Horror Cinematic Universe, and should be ashamed to be mentioned in the same breath as the Conjuring films.
Vin Diesel's 2000 cult classic Pitch Black is a unique horror sci-fi film with a ton of heart and relatively little misogyny.
The movie sucked. I don’t like slashers, but even for a slasher, this thing sucked. Why did they make it? Who the fuck is Michael Myers and why can’t he die? Why are these people unironically chanting ‘Evil dies tonight’? These answers may likely be best left unanswered.
The Witch, stylized as The VVitch, is a period piece psychological horror, with some fantastic acting, some inspired direction and cinematography unlike anything I’ve seen in a while.
The concept of this film is well timed and unique, paired with a classic horror trope. The movie began strong, reaffirming all of my prior assumptions, but began veering off course fairly quickly. The horrors never stopped, but the more we learned of the characters’ traumas and their following troubles, the less I started to… care.