An entire month’s worth of daily mini reviews of horror films returns in 2021 for Cinema Smack’s second annual 31 Days of Horror!
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT is an average horror film that doesn’t come close to matching the quality of its predecessors.
SPIRAL is competently made but not really the shot in the arm needed to resurrect the dead SAW franchise.
*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!
Aquaman is a dumb movie with a horrible script but serves as a step in the right direction for DC as a fun and colorful adventure flick.
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?
The Nun, the fifth film in The Conjuring universe, is a competent spin-off but gives up some of the flagship film’s subtleties for jump scares and cartoony CGI.
Insidious: The Last Key, the fourth installment of the horror franchise, is a decent watch but feels like a far cry from the quality of the first couple films.
Jigsaw, the eighth installment to the Saw franchise, is watchable but a completely unnecessary entry that further mucks up an already convoluted story.
With Jigsaw, the eighth installment of the Saw series, coming out this weekend, let’s recap the highs and the lowest of lows among the films in our newest State of the Franchise! *Spoilers Ahead*