The latest news from Bloody Disgusting, Warner Bros. is continuing the horror genre with a sequel to the Shinning that originally starred Jack Nicholson and a remake on the 1990 film The Witches. Having just recently watched the Shinning I thought the movie was great at building suspense and it was truly a one of a kind film. Although I never once thought about a continuation, even with the way it ended. However, I am a little curious on how they are going to do it. The film
I got to watch Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil last night while I was working. It is a Basque film that retells a classic fable about a blacksmith battling it out with a devil. In this movie, a blacksmith named Paxti has captured Sartael - a devil en route to claim his soul - and has secluded himself away from the townsfolk until one day a little girl named Usue accidentally stumbles into the scenario and unwittingly lets him out. Beware as there are: SPOILERS AH
This is not really a review of the movie, but there are... SPOILERS AHEAD!! Whether you liked Predator or not for your own reasons, I found there was a huge similarity in the story that was akin to another movie that kept sticking out to me like a sore thumb the first time I watched it in theaters, and I haven't talked to anyone else who caught it yet. Were you able to catch it?? Here's a hint, it's an animated movie. Still no? Well, here you go... It was just like: Ah yes...
The Hooligans went to go see The First Purge tonight as we wanted something thriller-ish but also wanted to low-key make fun of while we watched it. In those respects, we had probably about a 70% success rate - not the making of fun of part but the thriller side. I won't even get into into that weird mid-credit TV spot they marketed into their own film (other than this time). The First Purge is a Blumhouse Production starring Y'lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, and Joivan Wade.
Upgrade is the latest from Blumhouse written and directed by Leigh Whannell starring Logan Marshall-Green and Betty Gabriel and premiered on June 1. It’s an action, sci-fi, horror film set in the near-future where technology controls nearly all aspects of life. It follows a technophobe (Logan Marshall-Green) who is implanted with a computer chip that allows him to seek out revenge after becoming a quadriplegic. It was an action-packed ride in the sci-fi world, and we reco
Hooligan V and I recently decided to finally take a look at Veronica on Netflix last Friday night. We’ve seen the PRs claiming people could not finish this movie. So we did a Live Video of us watching the movie for the first time so people can see a real first reaction rather than a planned out, censored version - albeith a bit of a beer-influenced one. If you haven’t seen the Live Video - no worries, here are some of our thoughts from our initial reactions. THE GOOD The c