31 Days of Halloween: ‘The Snowman’ review: Laughable thriller melts in the light of mediocrity 

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor Director: Tomas Alfredson Cast: Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Val Kilmer, J.K. Simmons, Charlotte Gainsbourg Release date: October 20, 2017 Rated: R (for grisly images, violence, some language, sexuality and brief nudity) Running time: 1 hr. 59 min. Before the movie even hit theaters, director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: ‘The Snowman’ review: Laughable thriller melts in the light of mediocrity 

31 Days of Halloween: Review: Star-making performance carries Blumhouse to another victory in ‘Happy Death Day’

By Jordan Peterson | @TheFilmMajor Director: Christopher Landon Cast: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken, Laura Clifton Release date: October 13th, 2017 Rated: PG-13 (for violence/terror, crude sexual content, language, some drug material and partial nudity) Running time: 1 hour and 36 minutes "Get up. Live your day. Get killed. Again." … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: Review: Star-making performance carries Blumhouse to another victory in ‘Happy Death Day’

31 Days of Halloween: Cube (1997)– Video Review

We keep the 31 Days of Halloween content flowing with this video review of the cult thriller Cube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ieg1h89TLBE&t=1s Have you all got to check out Cube? If so, what did you think? Hit me up in the comments below and let me know!

31 Days of Halloween: Review: Zombie drama ‘Maggie’ more dead than living

Arnold Schwarzenegger built his acting career around blowing stuff up and nailing hammy one-liners. To that end, the notion of him starring in a zombie apocalypse movie conjures up some pretty thrilling images. Alas, whatever movie might be playing in your head (perhaps one where Arnie mows down legions of the undead with a military-grade turret mounted atop an armored truck with a half-smoked cigar hanging from his … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: Review: Zombie drama ‘Maggie’ more dead than living