95. Incarnate

Here we are, with one final horror film in my March to 100.  Incarnate was one that I wasn't expecting much from.  Director Brad Peyton (San Andreas) is still finding his footing and, though he's certainly had some hits along the way, star Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight, Sully) has lately seemed like one of... Continue Reading →

30. The Darkness

I've got to say, I'm perfectly fine with filling out my 100 2016 movies with a bunch of low-budget horror films.  They aren't all great, but I usually enjoy them on some level, and I always appreciate looking at the supernatural and/or darker aspects of our world through someone else's lens. When I saw Kevin... Continue Reading →

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