Phantasm: The Sphere Collection Review

Just the day after I made my previous post, I went to get my mail and was thrilled to see a copy of the Phantasm Sphere Collection waiting for me to open it. I quickly dug into it, looking through the films and special features before diving in more in-depth over […]

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Ranking the Leprechaun Films

Introductory text. Eight films. Horror-comedy. St. Patrick’s Day.   08 | 07 | 06 | 05 | 04 | 03 | 02 | 01   08. Leprechaun: Origins Text.   07. Leprechaun 4: In Space Text.   06. Leprechaun 2 Text.   05. Leprechaun Returns Text.   04. Leprechaun: Back […]

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Ranking the View Askewniverse Films

A couple weeks ago, I posted my quick thoughts on Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. I had initially planned on posting my ranking of all of the View Askewniverse movies shortly after, but I hadn’t had any time to sit down and write it owing to moving the blog to […]

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Quick Thoughts on Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

Clerks. is one of my all-time favourite films, so I’ve always followed along with any news of a new View Askewniverse project – even if the events of Mallrats 2 and Clerks 3 haven’t exactly made it the best track record. Needless to say, when Jay and Silent Bob Reboot […]

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Ranking the Scream Quadrilogy

The trilogy-turned-quadrilogy kicked off in 1996 with one of the biggest success stories for its original film, and completely revitalized the horror genre. While the whole meta-vibe that it went with was often imitated and hasn’t aged tremendously well past the nineties, the original two still stand on their own […]

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Ranking the A Nightmare on Elm Street Films

After yesterday’s Friday the 13th, today seemed like the day to rightfully rank the A Nightmare on Elm Street films given their actual crossover. I should also note that while I do obviously enjoy the Freddy films, in terms of the “big names” I’ve ranked this week, he’s my least […]

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Ranking the Friday the 13th Films

I love horror movies. Rather they’re the old school universal monsters such as Frankenstein or Dracula, the Gothic horror the 1960s, the slow burn influential horror films of the 1970s (Black Christmas, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Halloween, Dawn of the Dead among many others), the cheesy slashers that overtook horror […]

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Ranking the Child’s Play / Chucky Films

As I didn’t get to see the 2019 remake of Child’s Play when it came out in theatres earlier this year, I was eagerly anticipating its home video release not too long ago. While I was disappointed at the lack of a 4K release (not that I own a 4K […]

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Ranking the Halloween Films

Since there’s a Friday the 13th this week, I thought it’d be fitting to spend this week ranking and discussing the films in some of my favourite horror franchises. With the twelfth and thirteenth films in various stages of production, this is as good of a time as any to […]

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