The original Child’s Play is my absolute favorite horror film of all time, when it was first released in 1988 it terrified me like nothing else before or after. So news of a remake was met by obvious resistance from the start. I vowed never to see it and thought it was a bad idea considering the original continuity was still ongoing through Don Mancini’s films and upcoming TV series. Still after seeing trailers and images, my morbid curiosity got the best of me and I decided I needed to see what this was all about for myself.
The newest film in the Conjuring universe Annabelle Comes Home is almost here and you can see it early and for free this Wednesday, June 19th in Miami, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach. So hit the jump and snag your passes while you can!
We have free passes to give away for the latest James Wan produced horror film The Curse of La Llorona. Tickets as usual are first come first serve so be sure to grab yours and arrive early!
Review by Dany Swim
Since 2016, when Hollywood isn’t busy making 300 million dollar budgeted super-hero blockbusters, in attempts to launch another cinematic universe, then it’s probably banking on your nostalgia for your childhood dreams or in this case; Fears. Halloween (2018) is a recent example of a film trying to replicate a flavor that hasn’t been in stock since the early 80’s, it didn’t go beyond that, but it had fans wanting more the moment the opening credits showed a rotten pumpkin reverting to its prime. And if that ain’t a literal metaphor for Hollywood bringing back some classic horror films, then I probably really deserved that C on my creative writing class. Today I just witnessed another attempt at the rebirth/remake/reboot in the genre, the Stephen King classic Pet Sematary.