Category: Movie Reviews

RETRO REVIEW: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) is the fourth sequel in the long-running Halloween franchise. Directed by Dwight H. Little, it signals the return of the titular character, who learns that he has a niece, the last surviving Strode. He wakes from his coma, returns to Haddonfield, and t...

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RETRO REVIEW: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1983)

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) is a supernatural horror film written and directed by Tommy Lee Wallace. The film centers around Dr. Daniel Challis and Ellie Grimbridge as they investigate the Silver Shamrock Novelties company, which is under investigation for the death of Ellie’s fa...

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RETRO REVIEW: Halloween II (1981)

Halloween II (1981) is a horror film in the slasher subgenre, directed by Rick Rosenthal, which continues the story that began in the original Halloween (1978). After being shot and falling out of a window, Michael Myers disappears from the scene and continues to stalk the town of Haddonfield with h...

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RETRO REVIEW: Halloween (1978)

Halloween is a suspense-driven horror thriller from the mind of John Carpenter, who also co-wrote, scored, and directed the film alongside his partner in crime, Debra Hill. It centers around young Laurie Strode, an average American teenager, who is terrorized by a deeply disturbed mental patient. Al...

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RETRO REVIEW: Suspiria (1977)

Suspiria (1977) is a giallo/supernatural horror movie directed by Dario Argento. The film follows an American dancer as she travels to Germany in order to attend one of the foremost dance academies in the world. When she arrives, a wave of vicious murders and violent occurrences flow in, and it is u...

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REVIEW: Better Watch Out

Better Watch Out deals with ideas of toxic masculinity and how fragile the male ego can be, diving into how men look at women as mirrors, expecting their feelings toward them to be reflected back. When they aren’t reciprocated perfectly, easily-bruised masculinity breaks the mirror. The character...

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