Curt Oglesbee

I'm just a guy that loves to write and talk about movies.

Underrated Gems – The St. Francisville Experiment (2000)

Last week I began a series of articles covering poorly received horror films that I feel critics and general audiences to have gotten wrong. These films, while blasted by critics and viewers alike, have redeeming qualities that are often overlooked and/or forgotten about. It’s my moral obligation, however, to show …

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Predator Turns 29!!! If It Bleeds, You Can Read It!

Predator turns 29 on Sunday, and since I’m one ugly mother fucker, I decided that I should be the one to write about it. Being the huge Arnold Schwarzenegger fan that I am, it’s no surprise that Predator is one of my all-time favorite movies – but what makes the …

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Underrated Gems: Lovely Molly (2011)

Hello, you! Yes, you. The inquisitive reader. Welcome to the first article in my series of underrated gems. Over the course of time (possibly forever), I will be bringing you articles about horror films that I truly believe critics and general audiences to have gotten wrong. That’s not to say …

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5 Underseen Found Footage Films

Horror fans have been treated to a plethora of found footage over the last seventeen years (thanks again, Blair Witch), and while there have been more low points than I care to remember, there have  certainly been more than a few highlights as well. Films such as The Last Exorcism, …

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Five Depressing Horror Films

I can think of a hundred films off the top of my head that make me smile like a goofy idiot, but it’s a well known fact of life that happiness is overrated. For every smile-inducing film in the world, there is an equally depressing movie lurking in the shadows, …

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Southbound (2015) – Review

Anthology films are often hit or miss. Even the greatest horror anthologies aren’t without their weaker segments. It’s difficult to maintain a level of consistency, especially in anthology films that call for different writers and directors for each segment. Is Southbound an exception to those weaker segments? Not entirely, but …

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They Look Like People (2015) – Review

Everyone who knows me is well aware that I pride myself on my film knowledge. I take movies as seriously as I take life itself – which sounds crazy, but c’est la vie. Being knowledgeable, however, does not mean that I know everything. There are famous movies that I haven’t …

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Rob Letterman’s ‘Goosebumps’ (2015) – Movie Review

How many Goosebumps books are in existence? One hundred? Two hundred? The Goosebumps series was incredibly popular when I was in elementary school. It was common logic that you either had to collect Pokemon cards, have a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers lunchbox, or checkout Goosebumps books from the library to be considered a cool …

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Shark Lake (2015) – Review

The new trailer for The Shallows made its rounds on the internet last week, exciting shark lovers everywhere. Why wait until June 29th to receive your shark fix, though, when you could go fish with Shark Lake on Netflix right this very moment? Hold tight, I’ll tell you why.  Shark …

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Happy Birthday Lance! The Five Best Lance Henriksen Films

May 5th is Lance Henriksen’s birthday, so today we’re reflecting on his career. When I think of Lance Henriksen, I can’t help but correlate him with the famous song “I’ve Been Everywhere.” This man has been in more than a hundred films, along with several appearances on television, and he’s …

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