It’s a weird thing, I love the Conjuring Universe more with every film they put in it. Annabelle Comes Home is the latest iteration. Once again set in the 70s, once again fantastic. There’s something so wonderful about the 70s for horror. The decor is so iconic but a little surreal, so when you turn the lights out it can be really unsettling. It is the Uncanny Valley but for living spaces. Plus no cell phones and no internet. If something awful is after you, you’re pretty much on your own. Read more
Aquaman hits Blu-ray March 26, 2019 from director James Wan and Warner Bros. Studios/DC Comics. The film stars Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Willem Dafoe, Dolph Lundgren and Temuera Morrison. Read more
There was a time that everyone thought that the DC Extended Universe was all but dead. Between Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, Man of Steel, and Justice League, it seemed that they didn’t quite know what the fans wanted. So many dark undertones and bloated run times made those films hard to enjoy. While I somewhat enjoyed BVS and Justice League, it was clear that they needed to take multiple steps in a different direction in order to keep this universe alive. Wonder Woman was absolutely incredible and it showed hope. It is pleasing to say that Aquaman is another awesome installment for DC. While it may not be as good as Wonder Woman, it’s still a lot of fun and visually stunning. Read more
It’s October – so what do you watch when you’re not waiting for that next episode of Walking Dead to get that sweet sweet horror fix? The FFFN staff has come together to share with you their favorite ‘October movies’. These could be focused on Halloween, or horror, or whatever – they just have that October vibe. We picked 31 so you can watch one every day if you’re psychotic. I realise half the month has already blown by so you’ll need to pull some double headers. Read more
Fargo season 2 (which takes place prior to events in the first season – 1979) just wrapped up from FX and showrunner Noah Hawley. It stars Patrick Wilson, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Ted Danson, Zahn McClarnon, Bokeem Woodbine, Keir O’Donnell. Nick Offerman, Brad Garrett, Jeffrey Donovan, Jean Smart, Kieran Culkin and Angus Sampson.
From director S. Craig Zahler comes the gritty western horror drama Bone Tomahawk, currently playing on VOD. The film stars Kurt Tussell, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Fox, Patrick Wilson, Lili Simmons, David Arquette, Sid Haig and Geno Segers.