It’s good that Joe Bob Briggs looks more alert and even-keeled here than in the previous entry, “The Prowler,” because otherwise it would be damn
This is likely the low point of Shudder’s twenty-four-hour marathon revival of Joe Bob Briggs and his brand of horror-geek authority. I don’t care what
It feels strange to even mention that this big, loud shark movie is an adaptation of a novel, but sure enough, Peter Benchley’s pulpy 1997
I’ll confess that I once tried to watch David Cronenberg’s 1977 “Rabid” but gave up about thirty minutes into it, finding it boring and disjointed.
Following the first movie of Shudder’s revival the titular show (over the course of a twenty-four marathon), “Sleepaway Camp” makes for a great choice to
The first movie broadcast during Shudder’s server-busting revival marathon of the long-running title show, “Tourist Trap” makes for a terrific introduction to the hyper-chatty show