Demons October 7, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#7) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, we take a look at classic giallo film, Demons! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” are currently available to […]

The Bees October 6, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#6) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, we take a look at the campy and literal b-movie, The Bees! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” are […]

Zombie Holocaust October 5, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#5) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, we take a look at giallo zombie flick, Zombie Holocaust! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” are currently available […]

Nightmare City October 4, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#4) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, we take a look at giallo horror flick, Nightmare City! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” are currently available […]

Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Woman October 3, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#3) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, he looks at Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Woman, based on the Japanese urban legend! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” […]

Body Melt October 2, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#2) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico continues his search for late-night scares beyond the walls of The Last Video Store on Earth. Tonight, he comes across Australian comedic horror flick, Body Melt! NOTE: All movies reviewed for “31 Nights of Horror” are currently available to […]

31 October 1, 2017

31 Nights of Horror (#1) | 2017 On this episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico stepped out of The Last Video Store on Earth in search of some late-night scares. But he still took the time to record his review of Rob Zombie’s 31 using his smartphone. Needless to say, the footage he sent […]

Patchwork September 22, 2017

A typical night out turns into an extended and bizarre nightmare for three women when they wake up on an operating table to discover they now share a single, Frankensteined body. But they’ll have to put aside their differences, fears, and confusion to not only find the men responsible but also a way to return […]

I Need to Confess September 15, 2017

So I think this is as good a time as any to share this. And it’s something that I really had to weigh the pros and cons of, ya know. I might lose a lot of friends because of my opinions, And I’d hate to lose loved ones over something like this. But it’s important […]

Adventures in Babysitting September 13, 2017

Elisabeth Shue is Chris, a young woman who takes a last-minute babysitting job after her boyfriend, Mike, cancels their date at the last minute. But just when it seems like this is going to be another uneventful evening, a sudden, desperate call from a friend in trouble will have Chris and the kids in her […]

Dawg Fight September 11, 2017

In a neighborhood located in a less-than pleasant corner of Florida, where more than a third of its predominantly African-American residents are unemployed, a man by the name of Dhafir Harris looks to help his fellow man by offering them a chance to get off the streets and make a life for themselves in the […]

Sadie’s Last Days on Earth September 1, 2017

Sadie’s Last Days On Earth features Morgan Taylor Campell as the titular Sadie, an anxiety-riddled high school girl obsessed with the end of the world. But with the end of the world only a few weeks away, Sadie will still need to deal with a strained friendship, a cute boy, and, worst of all, high […]

The Hippopotamus August 31, 2017

When a drunken, disgraced writer suddenly reunites with his terminally ill goddaughter, she tasks him with investigating a series of unexplained miracles at her family’s country manor in The Hippopotamus. BIT OF FRY Directed by John Jencks and based on the novel by Stephen Fry, The Hippopotamus is a strange little movie that is delightfully […]

Death Note August 28, 2017

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Death Note! When a high school student discovers a strange notebook with the power to kill anyone whose name he writes in it, he’ll quickly discover that playing God isn’t everything he expected it to be in Death Note. A SUCCESS […]

Of Gods and Mortals August 27, 2017

The more I watch it, the more I notice how very similar Moana and Wonder Woman are on a story/plot level. And looking at both of them this way really highlights why one worked so well and why the other did not. And it really boils down to this: active vs passive protagonist. KEEP IT […]

The Little Prince August 26, 2017

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at the animated adaptation of the classic children’s story, The Little Prince. Based on the book of the same, The Little Prince tells the story of a young girl burdened by her inattentive but well-meaning mother with a cold, mechanical view of the world. Her life […]

Salmon Pink August 24, 2017

Now that I got some of that #ThinkyStuff goin’: I find it odd when people slap “Nazi” on white supremacists and other assorted racists and wackos. Cuz Nazi implies an implicit association between the historical faction (?) and these nutjobs you see/read in the news everyday now–that the two are connected in some way, perhaps […]

The Midnight After August 23, 2017

On a night just like tonight, a colorful group of strangers come together on a long bus ride home. But when they come out the other side of a long tunnel, they’ll quickly find the world a much stranger, deadlier place…in The Midnight After. NEW WAVE The Midnight After, from director Fruit Chan, is a […]

Demonic August 21, 2017

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at supernatural horror movie, Demonic. When a group of friends attempt to summon the spirits of the ghosts that haunt not only a house but also one of their own…they’ll leave only a confused police officer behind to piece together the tragic mystery surrounding all of […]

The Devil’s Candy August 17, 2017

The Devil’s Candy features Ethan Embry as Jesse Hellman, a successful painter and family man with a love for all things heavy metal. When he and his wife purchase their first home–a cozy little farm house in a rural corner of the United State–it seems as if they and their daughter will finally have achieved […]