Mama is a fairly recent horror film that found success and praise. But no one ever got around to listing all its sins... until today. Boo!
Everything Wrong With Insidious: The Last Key
Yep, they went and made a fourth Indisious movie. And yep... we went and sinned it. I'm not sure why either of us keeps going, but we'll see you back here in a year or two for the sins of Insidious 5.
Everything Wrong With The Babadook In 10 Minutes Or Less
Read a strange pop-up book with your kid... end up with a haunting. I think. Honestly this movie is kind of confusing. Whatever, it has its moments. And its sins.
Everything Wrong With Happy Death Day In 16 Minutes Or Less
Groundhog Day only you keep getting murdered. That's basically this movie, and it's both cool and filled with sins. So... here are the sins of Happy Death Day.
Everything Wrong With The Strangers In 10 Minutes Or Less
With The Strangers: Prey at Night coming soon, we thought it was a good time to take another look at the 2008 film, The Strangers. It has Liv Tyler, that guy from Underworld, masks, and of course... sins.
Everything Wrong With It (2017) In 15 Minutes Or Less
Excellent movie that we loved. Still a few sins to be found; still an unnecessary jump-scare or two.
Everything Wrong With The Amityville Horror (2005)
Roughly 25 years after the original came this Ryan Reynolds remake that somehow fails to really add anything new or be much more compelling overall. :(
Everything Wrong With The Amityville Horror (1979)
Once upon a time, they made a third remake of The Amityville Horror. In anticipation of that, we wrote sins scripts for the first two. Then they delayed the new one for, like, years and we just sat on the scripts waiting. Then they dumped that new remake into theaters sneakily for a few days in the Fall of 2017, and we were like... "Sh*t, we can't just waste these scripts." And Christmas week came along and we all had plans and didn't want to write sins, so we dusted off the Amityville stuff! So... there you go.
Everything Wrong With Saw IV In 16 Minutes Or Less
Saw IV, in which an already-confusing series tries way to hard to both answer questions from previous films AND confuse you even further in the process. It succeeds.