All in all, Mayhem was literally all over the place, and rightly so. It was an action thriller /horror comedy that used all the elements of the genre to perfection (loved the scoring as well) — an entertaining script by Matias Caruso, rootable characters, great cinematography (the framing for the shots was always on point) and everything worked perfectly well together to deliver a gore filled bloodfest that made no apologies for its campiness or its brutality. Which is just perfect in my book. … Read More Mayhem: Movie Review
All in all, props to “Supernatural” and “Charlie’s Angels” director McG for coming through with a wild, fast-paced, gory horror comedy that’s perfect for the Halloween binge watch (and even beyond). “The Babysitter” was a worthy watch for horror and non-horror fans and I, for one, think that it has quickly become one of my favorites for the genre.… Read More The Babysitter: Movie Review
While there were many elements of the film I appreciated, I didn’t like the fact that there didn’t seem to be any real sense of danger for the characters. Because there was a formula, it just seemed like a given that almost everybody will have to die for there to be a final girl to end the main villain of the piece.
All in all, The Final Girls was not a bad stab at the horror comedy genre. I felt it lacked that elusive element to make it great but it wasn’t a bad movie per se. Not bad at all. … Read More The Final Girls: Movie Review
I had no idea what this film was about entering the cinema except that it was a low budget film produced by Quantum Films, MJM Productions Inc, Tuko Film Productions, and Buchi Boy Films. I had an idea that it was a horror comedy because of the cast — Vhong Navarro, Alex Gonzaga, John “Sweet” Lapuz, and… Read More Buy Now Die Later: Movie Review