Friday, April 24, 2015

V/H/S (2012)

Running Time: 116 minutes
Release Date: October 5, 2012
Review by: Stacey


I'm a huge fan of anthology horror films- Creepshow, Trick 'r Treat, 3 Extremes, just to name a few.  It might be my mild ADD but I love a film that gives me mini-films in itself that all come together to tell a cohesive story.  There probably aren't as many anthology films as there are found footage ones, so hearing that V/H/S was going to combine the two with a group of (then) relatively unknown directors, I was all in.  2 1/2 years later and this movie is still is a blast to watch.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Grave Encounters 2 (2012)

Running Time: 100 minutes
Release Date: October 2, 2012
Review by: Stacey

(remember that one time the GE2 poster looked exactly like the Quarantine poster?)

Grave Encounters 2 was definitely one of those movies that tried to cash in on the unexpected success of it's predecessor.  But as many sequels have shown us time and time again, this one failed to garner any kind of positive attention for the most part (especially from me).  I tried to go into this film with an open-mind as most reviewers should, but this one didn't give me much hope- and for good reason.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

The Fly (1986)

Running Time: 96 minutes
Release Date: August 15, 1986
Review by: Adam

Before Dr. Malcolm calmly demanded, “must go faster,” before Mr. Levinson urgently requested “must go faster, must go FASTER,” Seth Brundle gave us the term “Brundlefly” and taught us that “Insects… don’t have politics.”