13 Days of Christmas- All Through The House (2015)

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Creed (2015) Review

Directed by Ryan Coogler Starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone Plot: The son of Apollo Creed (see Rocky IV) Adonis wants to follow in his father’s footsteps. So, he gets the help of legendary boxer, Rocky Balboa to train him. Review: I caught this back in November of 2015 and I really enjoyed it. With this rewatch, I enjoyed it a lot more. The film has many little nods to the past Rocky films and it’s awesome to catch those. But, this doesn’t rely on nostalgia to get you in. The story is very strong. One man’s journey to … Continue reading Creed (2015) Review

Goosebumps (2015) Review

Directed by Rob Letterman Starring Jack Black and Odeya Rush Plot: A young man moves to a new town. He notices that his neighbors are a bit strange. It turns out that one of the neighbors is R.L. Stine, author of the “Goosebumps” books (Played by Jack Black). There’s some spooky stuff happening when one of Stine’s most memorable characters decides to free every monster locked away in the books! Review: It was a fun movie! I grew up loving Goosebumps. I had toys and everything. This was pretty good.  This will be this generations “Hocus Pocus”. I believe the … Continue reading Goosebumps (2015) Review

Bone Tomahawk (2015) Review

Directed by S. Craig Zahler Starring Kurt Russell and Patrick Wilson Plot: Two bandits upset an unknown tribe of cannibals. One bandit heads to a nearby frontier town. He’s shot by the towns Sheriff (Russell). Later, that night the cannibals come and kidnap the bandit, along with a few others.  The Sheriff gathers a posse to track them down. Review: I believe this to be the best horror film of 2015. It was so good. It had strong acting and a great cast. It’s eerie at many parts. It does a great job of blending elements of horror and western. … Continue reading Bone Tomahawk (2015) Review

The Green Inferno (2015) Review

Directed by Eli Roth Starring Lorenza Izzo and Ariel Levy Plot: A bunch of college activists go into the Amazon forest to protest against deforestation. They believe all is going their way until the plane carrying them crashes and they are captured by the natives…who believe they are the enemy. Review: It took so long for this movie to come out. I’ve seen so many people put it down.  I’m no expert on cannibals movies. I prefer to stay away from them. But upon watching this, I can say it wasn’t awful.  I’m not a fan of Eli Roth, but I … Continue reading The Green Inferno (2015) Review