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2.13.17 – The Lego Batman Movie

I went into this movie really hating the whole idea of it. I liked The Lego Movie, and I'm a really big Batman fan, but putting them together sounds about like adding ketchup to a bowl of cereal. Just because... Continue Reading →

2.10.17 – Update

I'm going to cut back drastically on the number of movies I'm watching. I love watching movies, but it's starting to get frustrating and I don't want to burn myself out on something I love. Please feel free still to... Continue Reading →

2.8.17 – Rings

In my opinion, Rings was a big step forward from The Ring. For starters, this part of the series was actually scary and had a lot of parts that just left my skin crawling. Johnny Galecki was also really great... Continue Reading →

2.7.17 – The Forest

If you like the raw, mind-bending sort of horror that's in The Blair Witch Project or the Paranormal Activity series, definitely check out The Forest. The story revolves around twin sisters, one of which is suicidal. The suicidal one disappears... Continue Reading →

2.6.17 – Blair Witch

Blair Witch is a brutal movie. It's not the scariest movie I've ever seen, but the deaths and the horror are made so real by the first person perspective that the jump scares (except for one) aren't as predictable as... Continue Reading →

2.5.17 – The Ring

It wasn't as scary as everyone had made it out to be, but The Ring definitely had a lot of dark, haunting imagery. The cursed video is one of the creepier things I've ever seen. It was definitely hard to... Continue Reading →

2.4.17 – Green Room

At the start of this movie, I really just expected it to be a thriller. About a third of the way through though, things get twisted and very bloody. There's a lot of suspense throughout the film, and Patrick Stewart's... Continue Reading →

2.3.17 – Cooties

I will always love cheesy zombie movies. Cooties is no exception. Everything about this movie was near perfect. I never would have imagined Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson being as funny together as they were. The zombie genre, especially with... Continue Reading →

2.2.17 – Skiptrace

First and foremost, (SPOILER) Jackie Chan singing "Rolling in the Deep" is one of the funniest things I have ever seen. However, if you've watched any Jackie Chan action-comedies before, then you already have a basic idea of what this... Continue Reading →

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