Ricochet (1991)


A brash young police officer named Nicholas Styles (Denzel Washington), drifting apart from his childhood friend Odessa (Ice-T), rises up in the ranks of the force after taking down hitman Earl Talbot Blake (John Lithgow). Years later, Styles has become District Attorney, married with children, and Odessa is a criminal drug lord. Blake, stewing in prison with a huge chip on his shoulder, makes a plan for revenge. After a violent jail break, Blake enacts plan for vengeance that includes destroying Style’s career through a smear campaign. Will Styles lose it all or will Blake’s plan RICOCHET? Continue reading

The Crow (1994)


A year after he and his fiancee are brutally murdered on Halloween, a young rock singer named Eric Draven comes back from the dead to “put the wrong things right”. What follows is two bloody nights of revenge as Eric tracks down the gang responsible and kills them one by one. Based on the comic of the same name by James O’Barr, The Crow is one of the first faithful comic book adaptations, and arguably one of the best. Continue reading

Trancers (1984)


Way back in a mystical time known as “The 80s”, Charles Band’s Empire Pictures launched a series of instacult-classic flicks such as Ghoulies, Re-Animator, From Beyond, Troll, and TerrorVision.  It would still be a few years before Empire Pictures sadly went out of business and morphed into Full Moon Pictures, at which point Charles Band’s obsession with diminutive killers fully consumed him. But, before all that happened, Charles gave us the B-movie goodness that is Trancers. Continue reading

We Are the Flesh (2016)



We Are the Flesh is the story of two homeless teens who take shelter with a madman in a derelict building. He is a Coffin Joe type person spouting out pretentious nonsense the whole film and trying to corrupt the two into doing very lewd things. And he succeeds. I have been debating for the past week on whether or not to write about We Are The Flesh. I hesitated for fear of drawing attention towards it. However, some of the larger horror websites have wrote glowing or semi-positive reviews of the film. The damage is done, all I can do is give another opinion. Continue reading

Possession (1981)


Mark (Sam Neil) is a secret agent man whose back home in Poland and looking to restore his relationship with his estranged wife Anna (Isabelle Adajani). He soon finds out that his wife has left him for another lover, and Mark is left trying to find out who Ann’s secret lover is and what exactly is happening to her. The layers of the story of Possession begin to peel away as it progresses, and what starts as an emotionally devastating story about a young couple falling apart takes a sharp left turn into something else entirely. Continue reading

The Void (2016)


A group of cultists unleash an evil from another dimension, and the night crew of the local hospital as well as their sheriff is caught in the aftermath and must fight to survive till morning. With cultists on the outside, people transforming into monsters on the inside, a psychopath hellbent on revenge, and nefarious experiments going on in the basement, will these poor people survive The Void? Continue reading

John Wick Chapter 2 (2016)



After avenging the death of his dog in the first film, our long suffering anti-hero John Wick finds himself once again pulled back out of retirement to pay off an old debt.  This job ends up with Wick seeking vengeance and finding himself way in over his head.  Chapter 2 chronicles the whole ordeal of Wick traveling to Rome and back to the US where he ends up killing half the population of New York while trying to stay alive. Continue reading

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