Here’s our final interview with the cast of Scare Package to give you another one to enjoy for Halloween if you have Shudder I highly recommend you watch it hosted by Joe Bob Briggs.
In the past two weeks I got to interview the cast of scare package about working on anthology films and Joe Bob Briggs, hope you enjoy the interview with Hawn Tran.
The other week I had the chance to speak with the cast of Scare Package and their experience with Anthology films and working with Joe Bob Briggs. This interview is with Jeremy King. Hope you all enjoy the interview.
Train To Busan present Peninsula is its attempt at a Fast and Furious style of a film, and what I mean by that is that is all style and no substance. It starts off with a bang and never stops. It also never stops to let us ask if we care about the characters as much as we did in the original sleeper hit.
Murder, Bury, Win is a witty comedy-horror even though it’s not particularly horror enough for most of the readers on our site, it will satisfy those who like horror to be mild and their comedy witty enough to be smart and comedic at the same time. The story isn’t all that far out there it’s pretty simplistic.
Final Destination creator Jeffery Reddick confirmed this week that a sixth film was in the works before the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s not exactly a reboot. Suggestions from the writers back in March, hoping to calm fans who were afraid the original story would be erased like so many other rebooted franchises have often done.
Patrick Wilson is set to make his directorial debut with Insidious 5. We’ve been hearing talks about a potential fifth chapter of the Insidious franchise for quite some time, while the first Insidious is a master class of how to make a PG-13 truly terrifying, the other installments didn’t live up to the original. They all were fun in their own right.
Come Play features some of the best work of the cast members involved and should be up there with their best works including Gillian Jacob’s(TV’s Community, Netflix’s Love) also John Gallagher Jr, and newcomer Azhy Robertson. The performances that Jacob Chase gets from his cast is simply amazing. It was a real treat to also see how Jacob Chase wrote the element of autism into the story without it being soapy or forced.
Wolfman’s Got Nards is an excellent documentary from The Monster Squad star Andre Gower, who has finally seen his movie have a second coming. In the digital age, it’s gone the way of another movie that was universally panned upon first release, and now has a group of a cult following in Jason Goes To Hell(which will also be getting its documentary)
Spell is a brilliant new horror film from Paramount Players and starring Omari Hardwick in a tour de force performance where he absolutely owns the screen. I have always been a fan of his, but Spell really showcases his strengths and I don’t think it would have been much different performances wise, I thought Omari was the quarterback of the cast and helped elevate the team immensely.