‘The Grudge’ (2020) is Worth Your Time

Taking place in the mid-2000s, the same time as the first American remakes of the Japanese Ju On movies, the film chronicles the swath of destruction caused by an American nurse, Fiona (Tara Westwood) bringing home the Saeki curse to her own house and spreading it to anyone who steps inside. I wasn’t big onContinue reading “‘The Grudge’ (2020) is Worth Your Time”

Sam Raimi Claims More Evil Dead is on the Horizon

Can’t get enough of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead? Still salty about the cancellation of Ash vs. Evil Dead? Raimi claims more is a-comin’ with a different director (Fede Alvarez is interested in a sequel to his 2013 reboot) and Bruce Campbell behind the scenes only as a producer. Raimi claims Campbell is “tired of meContinue reading “Sam Raimi Claims More Evil Dead is on the Horizon”

‘Drag Me to Hell’ is Silly but Occasionally Eerie (review)

Christine (Alison Lohman) is a loan officer trying to move up in the world. She’s neck-and-neck for a promotion with her coworker Stu (Reggie Lee), who fights dirty. So when old Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver) comes asking for an extension on her house payment, Christine turns her away. Unfortunately, the woman places a Gypsy curseContinue reading “‘Drag Me to Hell’ is Silly but Occasionally Eerie (review)”

Five Things I Have to Grudgingly Concede About the 1997 Remake of ‘The Shining’

Of course it’s blasphemy to say that the remake of The Shining is superior to Stanley Kubrick’s original, but there are still some things to like about it. I’m working on a writing project about horror movies and parenting, and I’m writing a sub-section about psychotic parents. I tried to use the original, but JackContinue reading “Five Things I Have to Grudgingly Concede About the 1997 Remake of ‘The Shining’”