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The F*cking Black Sheep: Nightwatch (1998)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! NIGHTWATCH (1998) DIRECTED BY OLE BORNEDAL Not to be confused with...

The Test of Time: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...

Ghost Stories (Movie Review)

PLOT: Professor Philip Goodman (Andy Nyman), staunch skeptic of all things paranormal, must debunk three mysterious supernatural cases found in a long-buried file. REVIEW: More often than not, sterling examples of orally shared spook stories are far less about the content of the tale than it is about HOW the tale is told. This is precisely the case with twistingly-spun new...

The Devil and Father Amorth (Movie Review)

PLOT: Armed with a single camera, no lights or crew, director William Friedkin films the ninth exorcism of an Italian woman, performed by famed priest, Father Gabriele Amorth. REVIEW: Evil is only as potent as the belief you lend to it. That is, to even think about the forces of darkness is to inherently invite them in. Such a theme hovers like a fed-up fantom over THE DEVIL...

Top 10 Trippy Horror Movies You Don't Want to See While Stoned!

It's Friday 4/20 y'all, which means there's only one relevant question to ask...how high are you right now? Can you even remember?! Well, not to harsh your mellow, but we're here to f*ck your altered state of mind right the hell up today. On purpose. Here's how. You know how sometimes you get too damn stoned before watching a movie, a horror movie, in a way that totally messes with your mind...

Corbin Nash (Movie Review)

PLOT: With his parents victimized by a pair of demonic fallen Angels, brusque police detective Corbin Nash must reconcile with his hereditary fate as a demon hunter and exact bloody revenge! REVIEW: Immediately looking to have one’s head examined am I, surely so, for embarrassingly including on our list of Top 10 Genre Flicks to see this springtime, the April 20th release...

Rampage (Movie Review)

PLOT: When one of his close-knit gorilla subjects is genetically altered for monstrous means, primatologist Davis Okoye (The Rock) must traverse an amorphous war-zone full of giant beasts in order to save his longtime friend. REVIEW: For all those who were clamoring for a mega-spectacle movie adaptation of a 80s videogame, starring a 90s pro wrestler-cum most bankable...

The Endless (Movie Review)

PLOT: Ten years after fleeing the grip of a UFO Death Cult – tight-knit brothers Aaron and Justin return to the secluded campground to bid a final farewell. However, once there, the lure of an impending cataclysm may prove too difficult to escape from this time around. REVIEW: Anyone privy to the strange and seductive siren of a 2015 movie called SPRING ought to know...

The F*cking Black Sheep: Rampage (1987)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! RAMPAGE (1987) DIRECTED BY WILLIAM FRIEDKIN For all the fame...

The Test of Time: Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (1984)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...

A Quiet Place (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a young family of five is forced to cohabitate with a race of mysterious creatures that hunt by sound, they must navigate the terrain in total silence in order to survive. REVIEW: Here's the best mainstream horror movie of the year so far. Following a pair of middling to forgettable comedies helmed in 2009 and 2016, funnyman John Krasinski has gallantly taken a...

Top 10 Mute/Silent Horror Movie Characters!

Silence can be powerful. So powerful in fact, John Krasinski has turned such a simple premise into a promising new horror picture, A QUIET PLACE, which opens everywhere today. In all the press and promo material I've seen, it seems the movie is either going to be really great or really awful, with little room in between. It's good to see the film has been largely banking the former sentiment...

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