In which we look at 2017 horror cameo collection, Death House. Written and directed by B. Harrison Smith.
In which we fail to hold our tongue about 2016 horror-thriller, The Disappointments Room. From director DJ Caruso. Featuring Kate Beckinsale.
In which we take a quick look at 2016 horror mystery, The Autopsy of Jane Doe. From Troll Hunter director Adre Ovredal.
In which we look at 2017’s comedy-horror flick, The Babysitter, from director McG.
In which we look at 2017 horror flick, The Super. From director Stephan Rick. Featuring Val Kilmer.
In which we take a look at 2017’s The Ritual, from director David Bruckner.
In which a woman attempts to return a gift, only to discover an ancient evil slumbering beneath the local mall. Read this story as it unfolds on Twitter. It never occurred to Cassie that an ancient evil slumbered beneath the local mall. So, imagine her surprise when she found exactly that sometime last Tuesday. * […]
In which we look at 2018’s Sabrina, an Indonesian supernatural horror flick from director Rocky Soraya.
In which we look at 2018 thriller, Lifechanger, from director Justin McConnell. In which a lonely, murderous shapeshifter falls in love.
In which we look at 2012 horror flick, Chernobyl Diaries, from director Bradley Parker.
In which we look at 2017 thriller, Mara, from director Clive Tonge.
In which we look at 2017 supernatural horror flick, Ghost House, from director Rich Ragsdale.
In which we look at 2017 horror flick, Clinical, from director Alistair Legrand. Time for another #pg10 session! Today's movie is 2017's #Clinical, a psychological thriller about a therapist with a traumatic past treating a patient with their own dark history. #horror #Netflix pic.twitter.com/LDTeObJTtF — Cinematico Magnifico (@paperbagcritic) June 4, 2019
In which we take a look at 2015’s The Girl in the Photographs, from director Nick Simon. Our last movie for today's #pg10 session is 2015's The Girl in the Photographs, in which a group of serial killers stupidly take photographic evidence of their crimes! #horror #movies #whatwhy? pic.twitter.com/Cp2nygnSQJ — Cinematico Magnifico (@paperbagcritic) June 3, […]
In which we take a look at 2018’s Apostle, from director Gareth Evans. We continue today's #pg10 session with 2018's #Apostle, a period piece in which a drifter must rescue his sister from a cult! #horror #movies #Netflix pic.twitter.com/gjUTGG2uXp — Cinematico Magnifico (@paperbagcritic) June 3, 2019
In which we take a look at the opening sequence of 2016’s Don’t Knock Twice, from director Caradog James. #pg10: Don’t Knock Twice (2016), directed by Caradog W. James. In which a recovering addict must help her teen daughter deal with a witch. — Cinematico Magnifico (@paperbagcritic) June 3, 2019
Note: This little rant was written two years ago, and originally posted to my Facebook page. No clue if it’s floating around elsewhere, but here it is (again). One of the most frightening aspects of today’s culture and political climate is a demand, an absolute lusting for simplicity. We’re long past the time when we […]
Welcome back to the show,I’m the Amoral Crackpot, Steve Arviso.And thank you for chilling with me tonight. I’m feelin’ good today.Like the clouds have parted a bit,and I’m seein’ Mr. Blue Sky and shit.The marijuana might have something to do with that.It’s very possible, in fact.But I like to pretend it’s just my sunny disposition […]
Good Evening, ladies and gentlemen.I’m the Amoral Crackpot, Steve Arviso.And welcome to The Nightly Chill. The Nightly Chill has never been one thing to me.It’s always been more of an idea than something set in stone.It started as a bunch of movie reviewsabout a bunch of horror movies.then reviews about any movie I wanted.Then, nothing […]
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