Reviews

Reviews of horror, Thriller & Sci-fi movies and series

Looking for a good movie or series in the Horror, Sci-Fi or Thriller genre? Check out the reviews we’ve done for these genres – both movie reviews and reviews for seasons of a series.

Werewolf – Movie Review (4/5)

Werewolf – Movie Review (4/5)

WEREWOLF is a horror-drama with a story that plays out in the immediate aftermath of World War 2. The story takes place in Poland and this is a Polish production (org. title Wilkolak). Also, no, this is not a werewolf movie, but it is very good. Read our full Werewolf...

Don’t Listen – Netflix Review (2/5)

Don’t Listen – Netflix Review (2/5)

DON'T LISTEN is a Netflix Horror movie from Spain (org. title Voces). It might please some horror fans while others will surely be left wanting more. I'm in that latter category. Many of the plot elements will feel familiar and it's a bit messy. Read our Don't Listen...

The Call – Netflix Review (4/5)

The Call – Netflix Review (4/5)

THE CALL is a new Netflix horror-thriller from South Korea. It has a plot with sci-fi elements in the form of time-travel. Or rather, communicating with the past to change the current future – you need to really pay attention to keep up. Read our full The Call movie...

Possessor – Movie Review (4/5)

Possessor – Movie Review (4/5)

POSSESSOR is a sci-fi horror movie by Brandon Cronenberg. It's a real mindf*ck in many ways but also rather excellent. The body horror aspect of this movie should also appeal to fans of both Brandon and David Cronenberg. Read our full Possessor movie review...

The Flight Attendant – HBO Review

The Flight Attendant – HBO Review

THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT is a new HBO Max series starring Kaley Cuoco in impressively strong form. The plot is a thriller-mystery laced with comedy and drama throughout. While it's light in some ways, it also gets very dark. Read our full The Flight Attendant series...

Run – Hulu Review (4/5)

Run – Hulu Review (4/5)

RUN is a new Hulu horror-thriller starring Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen. It has a rather simple plot with a built-in mystery and the 90-minute runtime does it justice. It does pack quite a punch in many ways. Mostly, it's just really entertaining. Read our full...

Pin It on Pinterest