Ultimate Halloween Streaming Guide

Hey so Halloween is coming up and a bunch of you are asking me for streaming suggestions, so here’s a guide to my personal horror and/or Halloween-themed favorites on all the streamers that aren’t Disney+. I. NETFLIX FILM The Conjuring (2013) The Conjuring 2 (2016) Creep (2014) Gerald’s Game (2017) His House (2020) It ComesContinue reading “Ultimate Halloween Streaming Guide”

40 Best 90s Horror Films: Part 2 (#20-#1)

Last year, I kicked off Margetis Movie Reviews with The 50 Best 80s Horror Films, a five part article and countdown of the best horror films of the best decade of horror. This year, I’m tackling a less golden era of horror cinema, one that gave us some major league crap but still managed toContinue reading “40 Best 90s Horror Films: Part 2 (#20-#1)”

2021 Movie Reviews: The Eyes of Tammy Faye / The Many Saints of Newark / Titane / VHS94

Nothing terrible this week, but one thing that’s great. The Eyes of Tammy Faye Michael Showalter‘s biopic dramedy, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, tells the story of televangelist couple Jim Bakker (Andrew Garfield) and Tammy Faye Baker (Jessica Chastain) and their rise and fall from super stardom within the bubble of fear-based Evangelical Christianity inContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: The Eyes of Tammy Faye / The Many Saints of Newark / Titane / VHS94”

40 Best 90s Horror Films: Part 1 (#40-#21)

Last year, I kicked off Margetis Movie Reviews with The 50 Best 80s Horror Films, a five part article and countdown of the finest horror films from the best decade of horror. This year, I’m tackling a somewhat less golden era of horror cinema, one that gave us some major league crap but still managedContinue reading “40 Best 90s Horror Films: Part 1 (#40-#21)”

Franchise w/ Me: CHILD’S PLAY w/ Michael Palladino

My love affair with Chucky goes back to early childhood. I used to sit around in my room flipping through channels on weekends, occasionally landing on the USA Network. USA always played a good amount of early 90s Universal movies – Major Payne, Tremors, Kindergarten Cop, Problem Child 1 & 2 and of course, Child’sContinue reading “Franchise w/ Me: CHILD’S PLAY w/ Michael Palladino”

Franchise with Me: THE KISSING BOOTH Trilogy w/ Ben V

For this Franchise with Me, I really wanted to do something completely out of my wheelhouse, something I would have never even heard of much less sit down and watch otherwise. The criteria? It had to be short and meaningless. Meaningless because after my previous Franchise with Me articles on the Rocky and Jaws series,Continue reading “Franchise with Me: THE KISSING BOOTH Trilogy w/ Ben V”

2021 Movie Reviews: The Card Counter and Malignant

A good movie that thinks its a great one and a dumpster fire that is refreshingly self-aware. The Card Counter The Card Counter, Paul Schrader‘s latest drama is about as typically depressing and low key as you’d expect from the writer/director that brought us Taxi Driver (with Scorsese), First Reformed and The Last Temptation ofContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: The Card Counter and Malignant”

50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 5 (#10-#1)

Coming hot off the trail of my 100 Best Films of the 90s, I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer you this tasty smorgasbord of stinky crap the 90s strained out of its butt. In a ten year time period between 1990 and 1999, Hollywood made quite possibly more garbage than any other decade. From terribleContinue reading “50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 5 (#10-#1)”

50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 4 (#20-#11)

Coming hot off the trail of my 100 Best Films of the 90s, I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer you this tasty smorgasbord of stinky crap the 90s strained out of its butt. In a ten year time period between 1990 and 1999, Hollywood made quite possibly more garbage than any other decade. From terribleContinue reading “50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 4 (#20-#11)”

2021 Movie Reviews: Annette and Candyman

A thinker and a stinker. Annette Somewhere, deep in the bowels of a culturally rich American city, a grad student is violently masturbating and/or crying while streaming Annette for the fourteenth time. “It must add up to nothing because it’s about what the world we live in and that adds up to…NOTHING!” exclaims D’Artagnan, havingContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: Annette and Candyman”