Featured Horror Movies like House, Deadly Species, Private Parts, Angel - Season Five, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Monster, Armageddon, The Vampire Diaries: Season 2, A Clockwork Orange, Killjoy
Review: This is one of the great movies of the 80s in MY collection that I think about all the time. Some minor spoilers This movie is scary.You never know what will happen in that house.William Katt moves back in his old house where strange things happen.Monsters and sorts of creatures pop up but when you see the flying skeleton bat creature with a human skull for a head watch out.That scene is scary.Look for Richard Moll in it as Big Ben.He is so cool in this movie.The songs in the movie is catchy and and the score is quite scary…
Deadly Species (2002)
Review: Wilson Fields, a wealthy big game hunter, leads a team of expert archaeologists into the jungle on what appears to be a fact-finding expedition. However, when the explorers discover a deserted campsite and gory human remains, curiosity quickly turns to terror. Something in the swamps is hunting them and it will not stop until it satisfies its hunger for human flesh...
Private Parts (1972)
Review: Private Parts is just plain weird. A teen named Cheryl who is a runaway teen is trying to put her life together. She decides to shack up in the King Edward Hotel. She doesn't realize that she will be staying in a freak show. There are the likes of murders, fetishism, peeping toms and a mad man who sleeps with a blow up doll with Cheryl's picture as it's face. If you like weird then pick up this movie asap.
Angel - Season Five (2003)
Review: The Angel Investigations team is stunned when the Senior Partners of Wolfram and Hart give them control of the L.A. office. The gang quickly moves in, and although everyone is delighted at the amazing resources they now have at their command, they canÂ't stop wondering what the catch is. But the biggest mystery of all revolves around a small package Angel receives containing an amulet and a handful of dustÂ?which coalesces into a very-much-alive Spike.
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
Review: Keanu Reeves (The Matrix) and Alex Winter (The Lost Boys) deliver "spirited performances" (The Hollywood Reporter) in the original righteous comedy about the two ditzy dudes from San Dimas, California. Also starring George Carlin, this hysterically funny historical comedy is a "snappily directed" (Time), "bouncy good time" (The Boston Globe) and a party that goes on and on! Bill (Winter) and Ted (Reeves) have spent so much time forming their rock band, The Wyld Stallyns, that they're flunking history. Whoa, duuuude! And when Ted's dad threatens to send him away to military school, Bill and Ted realize it could mean…
Review: Critics have universally praised Charlize Theron's performance in Monster, and the praise, for once, is astonishingly deserved. The gorgeous star of The Italian Job and The Cider House Rules vanishes into the character of Aileen Wuornos, a real-life serial killer and prostitute who murdered at least seven men in Florida. Monster traces her relationship with a young woman named Selby (Christina Ricci, The Ice Storm, Buffalo 66), which intertwines with Wuornos's murder spree. This remarkable movie finds compassion for Wuornos but unflinchingly faces her brutal crimes; Theron expresses this woman's horrific life history without softening her terrifying, dead-eyed stare. This is…
Review: From the blockbuster-making team who produced and directed PEARL HARBOR and THE ROCK (Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay) comes the biggest movie of 1998 -- ARMAGEDDON! Starring the explosive talents of Bruce Willis (DIE HARD), Academy Award(R)-winners Ben Affleck (GOOD WILL HUNTING) and Billy Bob Thornton (SLING BLADE), Liv Tyler (INVENTING THE ABBOTTS), Steve Buscemi (CON AIR), and Will Patton (INVENTING THE ABBOTTS), ARMAGEDDON is a meteor storm of action-adventure moviemaking that has you on the edge of your seat forgetting to breathe! When NASA's executive director, Dan Truman (Thornton), realizes the Earth has 18 days before it's obliterated by…
The Vampire Diaries: Season 2 (2011)
Review: They're back – and they’re not alone. The seductive characters of The Vampire Diaries Season Two. This time Elena, Stefan, Damon and the other residents of Mystic Falls are joined by sinister new blood. Released from the tomb, Katherine unleashes her personal brand of evil in a diabolical plot. The Originals – the world’s oldest and most dangerous vampires – hunt for Elena, who discovers she has a terrifying connection to their world. And now bloodsuckers aren't the only monsters in town. On moonlit nights, werewolves roam in search of victims…including vampires, who succumb to a single werewolf bite. The…
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Review: Stanley Kubrick's striking visual interpretation of Anthony Burgess's famous novel is a masterpiece. Malcolm McDowell delivers a clever, tongue-in-cheek performance as Alex, the leader of a quartet of droogs, a vicious group of young hoodlums who spend their nights stealing cars, fighting rival gangs, breaking into people's homes, and raping women. While other directors would simply exploit the violent elements of such a film without subtext, Kubrick maintains Burgess's dark, satirical social commentary. We watch Alex transform from a free-roaming miscreant into a convict used in a government experiment that attempts to reform criminals through an unorthodox new medical treatment.…
Review: Killjoy is AWESOME. A bad plot, horribly over-done acting and Killjoy himself? A masterpiece of cheesy one liners, an even cheesier laugh and mystical evil powers that seem to increase exponentially as the movie carries onward. I'd highly recommend this if you are looking for a hearty laugh..I about died.