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On Child’s Play

On Child’s Play

Featuring Catherine Hicks (7th Heaven, Star Trek: The Voyage Home), Chis Sarandon (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Brad Dourif (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Star Trek: Voyager, Urban Legend), and directed by David Kirschner (An American Tail), Child’s Play is a supernatural slasher … Continue reading

On Halloween II

On Halloween II

Continuing from Halloween is Halloween II, which is directed by Rick Rosenthal (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Smallville). According to the Movie Pilot article, “Why ‘Halloween II’ (1981) Is A Horror Film To Remember“: Recently I read an article here on Moviepilot about a film called Death House, which will be released sometime in 2017. It will feature one of … Continue reading

On Aliens

On Aliens

Following Alien is Aliens, which is directed by James Cameron (The Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Titanic, Spider-Man). The film features Bill Paxton (The Terminator, Titanic), and Jenette Goldstein (Terminator 2: judgement Day, Star Trek Generations, Titanic). According to the Temple of Geek article, “THIS TIME IT’S WAR: Celebrating Thirty Years of Aliens (1986)“: It … Continue reading

On Halloween

On Halloween

Featuring Jamie Lee Curtis’ film debut (Blue Steel), Halloween is pretty awesome for a low-budget film of only $300,000. It serves as a great reminder that the budget of an episode, film, or series does not necessarily mean it is a bad, or good, source of material. According to the Mental Floss article, “15 Terrifying Facts about … Continue reading

On Alien

On Alien

Featuring Sigourney Weaver (Ghostbusters film series), John Hurt (Doctor Who‘s The Day of the Doctor), and Ian Holm (The Fifth Element, The Day After Tomorrow, The Lord of the Rings film series, The Hobbit film series), Alien is an epic masterpiece of Sci-Fi Horror directed by Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Legend), and composed by Jerry Goldsmith (Star Trek: … Continue reading

On Sex and the City 2

On Sex and the City 2

Continuing from Sex and the City is Sex and the City 2, which is extremely terrible. Essentially, this film’s intention is to make up for the depressed Carrie during the vacation to Mexico during the first film. According to the MovieLine article, “REVIEW: Yes, Sex and the City 2 Really is as Horrific as You’ve … Continue reading

On Sex and the City

On Sex and the City

Growing up, I always had a soft spot for the Sex and the City TV series, and there were many reasons for that. According to the The Telegraph article, “Why do women love ‘Sex And The City’?“: It was 1998 and I was 29 when Sex And The City first aired on Channel 4. Like every woman … Continue reading

On Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

On Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Serving as part of the DC Animated Film Universe (Batman vs Robin, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Batman: Under the Red Hood, Superman vs the Elite, Justice League vs Teen Titans, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, All-Star Superman, Batman: Bad Blood, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Justice League Dark, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Batman: The … Continue reading

On World War Z

On World War Z

World War Z is a film based upon the 2006 novel of the same name by Max Brooks. Notably, the film features Peter Capaldi as a W.H.O. (World Health Organization) Doctor (not to be confused with Doctor Who), which is entirely coincidental.   According to the Empire review: When the zombie movie as we know … Continue reading

On Yentl

On Yentl

Compared to Fiddler on the Roof, Yentl is absolutely superb, as explained by Crack The World Shell‘s analyses: …Yentl is a surprisingly charming period drama which has been somewhat overlooked with the passage of time. Combining Jewish faith with a romance story was always going to be a tough sell but viewers do not need to … Continue reading