Self-aware Horror/Comedy: Netflix’s Little Evil Review

If you ever thought to yourself, “Golly, I wish I could watch The Little Rascals and The Omen at the same time…”, then Netflix’s new original movie Little Evil is the film for you. So this movie had a lot of mixed reviews, and unfortunately I don’t think I’ll be able to sway you either…

Bloody & Funny: Netflix’s The Babysitter Review

Join me for Day Three of our 13 Writes of Fright as I step away from doom and gloom to watch this gory Halloween comedy. Share this series using #13writesoffright! If Home Alone had a baby with When a Stranger Calls, and sent that kid away to comedy camp, you would get Netflix’s new original…

10 Horror Movies Turning 10 Years Old in 2017

Welcome to Day Two of our 13 Writes of Fright. Join us as we get into the Halloween spirit with our favorite spooky books, movies, and TV shows. Share this series using #13writesoffright! 2007 was one of the best years for Horror during the past decades. But it’s really not that surprising once you remember…

Marvel’s The Defenders Season 1 Episode 8 Review: The Defenders

After watching this episode three times, and hoping that I would like it more after each watching, I am sad to say that I am let down by what could have been a promising finale to The Defenders. The plot starts to crumble throughout the episode — we are left with even more questions than…

Marvel’s The Defenders Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Ashes, Ashes

A majority of the sixth episode of The Defenders delves into the character dynamics between three central pairs: Matt and Jessica, Luke and Danny, and Alexandra and Elektra. The time spent on exploring these emerging relationships is intriguing and perfectly balanced with the dramatic moments scattered throughout “Ashes, Ashes”. After the revelation that “…the Iron…