Halloween is on of my favorite holidays and I love movies. In celebration of Halloween week, why not put both together and bring you my top three favorite Halloween movies! In the number three slot, Trick 'R' Treat.
For today's film choice, I picked a little gem from 1989 titled Intruder. It falls under your typical 1980's slasher film, but with a little twist. After viewing this movie, I can never walk into grocery stores the same way again.
Often felt in the hormone-fueled heydays of youth, first love can be a frenzy of overwhelming passion and dizzying lust. So of course it's a sensational jumping off point for drama. Add in a dash of deep parental disapproval, and you've got the stuff of Shakespeare. Sadly, while the new movie 'Endless Love' has the premise for great romantic drama, it lacks the conviction and execution, coming up
Few things scream "cash grab" as loudly as a movie about a popular children's toy, as these productions rely highly on the brand recognition of children and nostalgia of adults. Making a good movie inspired by pre-existing playthings is such a rare thing that it almost seems impossible. Thankfully, Phil Lord and Chris Miller -- the directing duo behind the charming 'Cloudy With a Chance