Tag Archives: horror comedy

‘Poor Things’ (2023) Movie Review

I’m a huge Emma Stone fan, and I have loved her and had a massive crush on her since Superbad. When I heard that Emma was teaming up with The Killing of a Sacred Deer director Yorgos Lanthimos for a comedy take on a Frankenstein-esque story, I got majorly excited, …

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‘As We Know It’: Interview With Writer/Director Josh Monkarsh With Stars Mike Castle And Oliver Cooper

Zombie movies are a dime a dozen these days, so it’s always good to find one that’s different from all the others. That’s where we are with As We Know It, a fun zombie horror comedy from writer and director, Josh Monkarsh. Starring Mike Castle (Curb Your Enthusiasm – 2021) …

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I Wanna Play A Game, Broadway!: ‘Saw: The Musical’ (2023) – Theatre Performance Review

When Saw first hit theaters back in the early 2000s, it absolutely blew people away with not only its concept, but its twist ending. An instant classic, it sent horror legends James Wan and Leigh Whannell into the stratosphere. Those who were left wanting more surely got some in the …

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Looking Back On Twenty Plus Years Of ‘BUBBA HO-TEP’ (2002) – Retro Review

Bubba Ho-Tep

Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) is old enough to buy a beer! Let’s revisit this excellent horror comedy for the 21st anniversary of the film. But first? The trailer! Bubba Ho-Tep Synopsis Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) and a black JFK going by Jack (Ossie Davis) are living in a nursing home where nothing …

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Steve Rudzinski’s ‘CarousHELL 3’ (2023): The Final Ride – Movie Review

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, even though I doubt that you have. A possessed, mass-murdering carousel horse with crude sarcasm butchers an unwitting party crowd. But don’t worry, the wooded theme park attraction was only evil because he was manipulated and weaponized by the government in a …

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Interview With Director Alejandro Brugués For ‘Satanic Hispanics’

Note: This piece was written during the 2023 WGA and SGA-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, Satanic Hispanics being covered here wouldn’t exist. I have a hard time with anthologies because if the wraparound is lacking, or there are too many weak entries, then …

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Book Review: ‘Brad, Unwound: A Puppet Scorned Yarn’ (2023) By Jamie Kort

I was first drawn into the world of “bizzaro sock puppet horror” with Jamie Kort’s, A Puppet Scorned.  This sequel opens up that world even further, with the inclusion of … HUMANS … and what our socks truly think of us and our world. Synopsis: This short story precedes the …

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