All movies we have come to love began with a single, great acting performance. What was one of your film firsts? These are ours in the MoviesMatrix.
This year has sucked, except when it comes to television. Here are the 20 best TV shows of 2020 and you may be surprised by a few of these.
Netflix has benefited from COVID-19 because of its hours of endless content. Among them are the Netflix horror original TV series and films that you must see.
It took 561 pages to share this story of Stephen King’s. HBO decided to break it up over several weeks. And it is working so well.
What worked? What didn’t? What kept us awake? What made the audience sleep? That’s why we have reviews. Let’s discuss ‘Doctor Sleep.’
Book vs. Movie. Stephen King vs. Stanley Kubrick. Two different canvasses. Two similar themes. Who wins?
In the world of film, there have been many book to movie adaptations. This year alone, there have been numerous books being adapted for the big screen. Each…… Read more “Book-to-Movie Adaptations: Read, Watch, and Review”
“He likes me. He really likes me.” All that from Mike Flanagan and much more redeeming qualities inside.
Theaters and TV. Big studios and Streaming Giants. And a couple of potential Oscar winners. This is November and what a month it is.
“Anything you can do, I can do better.”
As Jennifer Kent proved that in horror films, a few other ladies have stepped up their game too. Here’s 10 of them…
‘Carrie’ is a polarizing film as it is. Imagine how divided an audience could be with two of them, which is why this is “Take Two.”
Netflix has a nice relationship with Stephen King and his work, but this one is muddied up vision and crabgrass entertainment.
Horror movies are known for many things, above all have to be jump scares. Think of all the ones you have seen. Here are the top 15 in movie history.
You would expect a great author like Stephen King would inspire a riveting Easter Egg hunt, right? Let’s find out.
Nightmares, Clowns, and Flashbacks. Oh my?
How does ‘IT’ hold up to the sequel? Oh my.