It’s been an uncharacteristic summer for me, one that’s seen quite a shift in my viewing habits.
The idea of teaming Guillermo Del Toro with André Øvredal to bring Alvin Schwartz’s popular Y.A. novel to the big screen is enough to make horror fans giddy with excitement.
I attended a screening of Toy Story 4 that was preceded by a great introduction from two of the film’s producers. They said that they were interested in making another of the Toy Story franchise films and were met by most people with the idea that they were done.
Awkward laughs, chilling visuals, and a sound design to make us cringe has writer/director Ari Aster continue to prove that he can be a mixed bag of surprises.
Chucky is back, rebooted, refitted for today’s generation. Gone is Brad Dourif’s wonderfully sinister voice...
The tag line for Jim Jarmusch’s latest film, The Dead Don’t Die, is “The greatest zombie cast ever disassembled”.
Okay, let’s get the obvious out of the way first. If Japanese monster movies do not warm the cockles of your heart, then Godzilla: King of the Monsters is not for you.
On TheMovieGuys.net, when I write or talk about a movie I didn’t care for, it’s rarely from a place of straight vitriol.
There is nothing connected with the staging of a motion picture that a woman cannot do as easily as a man, and there is no reason why she cannot completely master every technicality of the art. – Alice Guy-Blaché, from the 1914 trade journal The Moving Picture World
Hollywood Model and Actress Kiersten Dolbec took to the Red Carpet in Cannes, France, on May 20, 2019.