Pet Sematary is a Refreshing Take on a Classic

Pet Sematary is a Refreshing Take on a Classic

By: Georgia Lee 

Pet Sematary (2019) is a fairly fresh retelling of the campy 1989 horror cult classic. As the latest film adaptation of Stephen King's 1983 novel of the same name, you don't need to see the original to enjoy the remake. In fact, if you liked the original you may be let down by this version. The changes make sense to create a story that for all of it's fantastical and paranormal features still retains some believability.

Review: 'Happy Death Day 2U' Breathes Life into the Horror Genre

Review: 'Happy Death Day 2U' Breathes Life into the Horror Genre

By: Evan Todd-McCoy 

Happy Death Day 2U is a surprising movie. Not just because it’s good, but because it isn’t even the same genre as the first one. Happy Death Day was a fresh take on familiar tropes, namely time loops and slasher horror, and managed to be both irreverent and charming. This one keeps those elements but dodges the more obvious, and probably expected, move of anteing up on the scares. Instead, it zooms in on the implications of time loops and somehow winds up becoming a respectable science fiction movie in the process.

'The Prodigy' is the Definition of a Low-Effort Horror Movie

'The Prodigy' is the Definition of a Low-Effort Horror Movie

By: Evan Todd-McCoy 

The current state of horror cinema is that a cheap movie can make several times its budget without having to actually be any good. As long as it has a few good scares and pays lip service to some familiar tropes, it seems that financial success is easy to attain.