In case you haven’t heard, February is Women in Horror Month. Although generally underrepresented, female filmmakers have made some of the most important (and most enjoyable) horror movies in history, from classics like Amy Holden Jones’ The Slumber Party Massacre and Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark to more modern masterpieces such as Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook […]
Film Review: ‘Monsters vs. Aliens’
For a film that is primarily aimed at children, Monsters vs. Aliens is shockingly violent, full of sexual innuendo and lots of “potty mouth” comments. That aside, it is seemingly enjoyable but nothing near fabulous.
Film Review: ‘Four Christmases’
‘Four Christmases’ Synopsis: When the fog rolls in on Christmas and grounds all the flights, Brad and Kate are unable to spend the holiday vacationing as usual. Instead, they must visit their family’s, and deal with the inevitable that follows. Release Date: November 26, 2008 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Genre(s): Comedy, Romantic Comedy Film Review Production […]