The long-running franchise gets in on the reboot market once more here (after 2014’s “Leprechaun: Origins”) by ignoring the events of every entry since the
There are a number of changes in this second iteration of the MST3K Netflix revival that make it even more enjoyable than the first one.
There’s something strangely hypnotic about this light sequel, even if it’s not a particularly good movie in the end. Interestingly it follows the events from
Unrelated to the original, this supernatural sequel is a pleasant surprise. Lead Wendy Lyon is an unusual but effective horror heroine in the lead role,
One of the earliest of the ’80s slasher craze, this Canadian-made production is certainly unique in some ways. The pace is deliberate, there’s an underlying
Somehow, this third sequel is even worse than its underwhelming predecessor. The series had evidently slipped from public favor, resulting in a cheap, tame made-for-television