*Part 2!* This Halloween, we’re doing something special with mini reviews every single day for the month of October in Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror!
*Part 1!* This Halloween, we’re doing something special with mini reviews every single day for the month of October in Cinema Smack’s 31 Days of Horror!
With 2019 in the books, let’s take a look back at our personal favorites from this year!
As a proper sequel to the horror classic, The Shining, Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep is a worthy follow-up that successfully attempts new things instead of resting solely on the laurels of its predecessor.
It Chapter Two amplifies many of the same problems of its predecessor while dishing up a bloated runtime and not much story.
The Stephen King renaissance continues with a very competent, if not spectacular, adaptation of King’s 1983 novel and remake of the 1989 film, Pet Sematary.
With fresh takes on the horror genre in recent films like Hereditary and A Quiet Place, is Hollywood in the midst of a renaissance of the horror genre?
With the multitude of films that are released every year, sometimes one just falls through the cracks. Today, we’re reviewing Tommy Lee Wallace’s It just in case you missed it…
While it’s not the most high profile adaptation of a Stephen King novel this year, Gerald’s Game is an excellent Netflix thriller fueled by a stellar performance from Carla Gugino.
The first theatrical film based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel, It, is tonally schizophrenic while still being able to be creepy and a lot of fun.