If you somehow missed it, horror geeks were given a really cool treat last week: Cannibal Holocaust finally arrived on Blu-ray courtesy of the folks at Grindhouse Releasing. Ruggero Deodato’s film is the crown jewel of the Italian cannibal flicks – a notorious subgenre of Italian exploitation cinema that had a short shelf life, but spawned countless controversies… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Your Complete Guide to Italian Cannibal Movies, Part 1
For some fans, Transformers: Age of Extinction will be the best of the franchise. Mainly if those fans are more fond of Mark Wahlberg as an Optimus Prime sidekick than Shia LaBeouf. For others, it’ll be the same as most fourth installments, a sequel that is far enough removed from the favored original that the series seems to be wearing out… Continue reading What Is the Best Part Four of a Movie Franchise?
Whether you loved the first The Hunger Games or not, it’s hard to argue that the franchise got a big bump in quality between the first movie and last year’s Catching Fire. Naturally the sequel had a bigger budget (about $ 52 million more) to better flesh out the destitute, violent world Katniss Everdeen lives in, but it also brought in director Francis Lawrence
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t yet watched the March 23 episode of CBS’ The Good Wife (or had it spoiled for you on social media), stop reading now. Actor Hunter Parrish (Weeds‘ Silas) returned as Jeffrey Grant, a college student whose murder trial took a tragic turn that forever altered the course fans expected the series to take. Speaking to EW a day after the episode aired, Parrish — who is about to wrap… Continue reading ‘The Good Wife’: Hunter Parrish on how he became part of the series’ most shocking twist (and #hatemail)
The “ultimate dinner party” continued on Tuesday (Feb. 25) as Andy Cohen hosted the second part of the “Shahs of Sunset” reunion.
Part 1 was crazy, but Part 2 was just straight-up emotional. Tears were shed, apologies were made, someone’s mother showed up as a surprise and friendships were repaired as Bravo capped off the explosive third season by sitting Reza