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Review: Halloween Kills

October 19, 2021

While it has some brutal kills from the OG bogeyman, Michael Myers, and some solid fan service, Halloween Kills mostly feels like wheel-spinning before the actual conclusion of the Michael/Laurie battle in next year’s Halloween Ends.

Musical Montage: Raven-Symoné “Superstition”

October 11, 2021

Although she co-starred with him on the first two Doctor Dolittle movies, Raven-Symoné didn’t appear in the 2003 Eddie Murphy movie The Haunted Mansion, instead contributing a cover of the Stevie Wonder classic “Superstition” and appearing in a tie-in music video.

Horror Villain of the Week: Annabelle

October 6, 2021

Kicking off our annual shift to spotlight horror villains all October long, Annabelle is an evil doll possessed by the demonic entity known as Malthus, who seeks to possess and take over human souls until stopped and contained (for now) by Ed and Lorraine Warren.

New Release Round Up 10/5/21

October 5, 2021

Halloween 1-5 are out this week in Collector’s Edition 4Ks this week along with Season 1 Part 1 of The Nevers, the first (and final) season of Clarice, Paramount+’s new The Stand, Castle Rock The Complete Series, a new 4K Universal Monsters collection and more.

It’s Round 2 of Laurie Vs Michael in Halloween Kills (Trailer)

September 20, 2021

Despite locking him a fiery deathtrap at the end of 2018’s Halloween, the battle between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers continues in October with Halloween Kills as Michael survives and continues his rampage while Laurie rallies the citizens of Haddonfield to hunt him down and kill him once and for all.

Horror Villain of the Week: Angela/Peter Baker

October 28, 2020

The survivor of a tragic accident involving his father and sister, Peter Baker is forced by his aunt to adopt the identity of his dead sister and live as Angela Baker. Years later, “Angela” goes to summer camp and snaps, going on a killing spree and murdering people that are mean and/or “naughty”.

Musical Montage: Brother Cane “And Fools Shine On”

October 26, 2020

Firmly setting Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers in 1995, the movie’s soundtrack was full of tracks from the rock band Brother Cane, including their hit single “And Fools Shine On” from their album Seeds, which released the summer before the movie arrived in the fall.