Shark Night 3D

I’ll admit it: I, Andy Herren, love stupid underwater monster movies. Lake Placid? Saw it twice in theaters. Deep Blue Sea? One of my personal favorites. Piranha 3D? Quite possibly the most fun I had at the m...

Fright Night (1985)

I’m a huge fan of Tom Holland’s horror-comedy Fright Night (1985). I still remember watching it as a kid (which was completely and totally inappropriate, mom and dad) and thinking to myself, “I want this story ...

Final Destination 5

It’s hard to believe eleven years have passed since Devon Sawa first had his premonition about a doomed flight to Paris in the original Final Destination. Throughout the years between, we’ve seen a death involv...

Super 8

Don’t quote me on this, but I, in my infinite wisdom, seem to remember hearing something about smell being the sense that carries with it the biggest relation to triggering specific memories. I would have jumpe...

Scream 4

In 1996, Wes Craven’s Scream simultaneously revitalized the horror genre and changed my life. I was far too young to be seeing the ultra-violent film, but only good things resulted from this instance of neglect...

Insidious review

The advertisements for James Wan’s Insidious have bluntly stated, “Insidious is insidious.” Oh how these words ring true. "Insidious" is defined as treacherous, harmful and gradual, and stealthy. The film acts ...
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Alison Brie in Scream 4

The coolest news I heard this week initially started as a piece of terrible, horrible, no good, very bad news. You see, I don’t think I have ever been as excited for a movie to be released as I am for Scream 4....

Morning Glory tries nothing new

Morning Glory is totally predictable. If you’ve seen Working Girl, you’ve basically seen Morning Glory. That being said, if predictable is done well, then it can transcend into delightful, which is exactly what...