Something that has been growing in popularity in the last decade is post-credit scenes. Most people hear this term and immediately think of almost any Marvel movie ever made. This is understandable since Marvel definitely helped to launch this movie making trend into mainstream popularity. However, the occurrence of the post-credit scene started way before
As longtime readers of this site will know, I am a massive fan of anything to do with horror. Which is why I absolutely had to sit down and watch the new Netflix thriller titled I Am Mother as soon as it came out. So approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes later, here we are…
So the master of comedy, turned master of thrillers, Jordan Peele is back for another round of horror fun. His previous directorial debut in Get Out left audiences astounded by the perfect blend of horrifying mind games and comedic one-liners. This time, Peele has delivered us a brand new horror experience entitled Us. I’m sure
Well, I took a couple weeks off and in that time many new things have been released on Netflix, including the Netflix Original futuristic drama-thriller entitled IO. The movie is quite unusual in the fact that for the entire film only five actors/actresses are ever shown in the entire thing, and three of those five
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if someone remade M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening, but actually made it good? Well the answer is Bird Box. The Netflix original movie has been dominating the social media headlines lately, albeit mostly in meme form. I know I’m a little late to the party here,
Holy shit was I excited when I found out this was going to be a thing! As someone who has watched and loved every episode of Black Mirror (yes even the pig fucking one was pretty good if you ask me) and who read and loved every Give Yourself Goosebumps books as a kid, when
This week’s round of endlessly scrolling through Netflix looking for something decent that I haven’t seen yet has brought quite an unusual film to the foreground. It’s a 2018 mystery-thriller titled Terminal, and I was quite surprised to find that I had never heard of it. Not only is it from this year, but it’s
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