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Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (2012) – Xmas Holiday Review

By Geno McGahee Last year, I reviewed the dreadful HOME ALONE 4 and I summed up my thoughts like this: “HOME ALONE 4 is an insult to film, an insult to Christmas, an insult to John Heard, Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard, Catherine O’Hara, Tim Curry, an insult to John Hughes, and […]


AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING (2017) – horror movie review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING (2017) was filmed a few years back and has been repeatedly shelved since.  Cursed with delays and reshoots that spanned nearly 5 years, the lore behind the film was far more interesting than the production itself. When it was finally released last month, I couldn’t wait to […]


Surviving Christmas (2004) – Ben Affleck Xmas Holiday Movie Review

By Geno McGahee I picked up SURVIVING CHRISTMAS on a four pack of holiday movies last year and I wasn’t incredibly eager to watch it, but it was either this or another Hallmark holiday movie. So, I said what the hell and put the DVD in and it was actually a very pleasant surprise. Drew […]


The Christmas Gift (1986) – John Denver Xmas Holiday Movie Review

By Geno McGahee Every year I try to find a new Xmas series of films to review for the holidays. I want to spread joy and I do love this time of the year. Eager to spread joy, I went to the Xmas DVD section at Walmart and found THE CHRISTMAS GIFT DVD with John […]


Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988)

Reviewed by Melissa Antoinette Garza “There‘s nothing wrong with G rated movies as long as there‘s lots of sex and violence.” – Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) When I was in elementary school, some girls idolized She-Ra, some lived for Rainbow Brite. The young intellectuals of the bunch may have even thrown Nancy Reagan‘s name around as […]


The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

By Geno McGahee I recently had the chance to read THE ART OF HORROR MOVIES: An Illustrated History (Applause Theatre & Cinema Books Hardcover; October 2017; $40.00). Award-winning writer and editor, Stephen Jones, paints an amazing history of the horror genre from the beginning to the current date and trends. The horror genre has a […]

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Own Annabelle: Creation on Blu-ray and DVD on October 24, or Own It Now on Digital HD– Horror Movie Review

By Geno McGahee The horror genre got a good shot in the arm when THE CONJURING was released and it has led to various other films, including a sequel and ANNABELLE, a film that turned 257 million at the box office. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and New Line Cinema followed up with ANNABELLE: CREATION, which […]


Cult of Chucky (2017) – NETFLIX FREE WATCH

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   First, my apologies for the delay in reviews.  Unplanned emergencies and a death in the family When it comes to the CHILD’S PLAY (1987) franchise.  I’m an easy sell.  I loved the first six films, and I was pumped for the seventh.  Don Mancini, the same writer who created […]

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Angels in the Snow (2015) – XMAS HOLIDAY MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee My Christmas holiday movie review spree continues and has led me to a somewhat strange made for TV film called “ANGELS IN THE SNOW”. A dysfunctional family, the Montgomerys, are on their way to a cabin that the father, Charles (Chris Potter), has just built. The tension in the car on the […]


The 14 Costumes You’ll See Everywhere on Halloween This Year

While most people are waiting on October 29 to start thinking about their costume, I am the type of human who loves Halloween so much that she starts thinking about it 1 month in advance. What? This is the perfect time: all sizes are available in stores, and there is no traffic. Halloween is the […]


The Christmas Switch (2014) – Xmas Holiday Movie Review

By Geno McGahee I have been to New York City a bunch of times and I’ve seen those guys that do that three card monte hustle. In fact, when I was much younger, my friend got taken for 40 bucks and he was an asshole the entire way home after the loss. It’s 40 bucks. […]


The Incredible Hulk: Slaves (1982) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee I wonder. If David Banner (Bill Bixby) is in need of a haircut, does the Hulk’s hair become longer too? I think so. In the episode “SLAVES”, the Hulk’s hair it longer than usual and it almost looks like he’s becoming a fan of the hair bands of the 1980s. Rock on […]