The Strangers: Prey At Night- Movie Review

The Strangers: Prey At Night took a decade after its predecessor yet the family being tormented this time learned nothing worthwhile from countless horrors to come before it. If one more hello would have occurred expecting a reply I might have screamed so loud myself it would have gotten attention. I don't know about you …

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Looking Glass Movie Review- Take A Peek At This!!

This thriller is for the voyeur in you. It stars Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney. Both actors have given us far more memorable roles then Looking Glass but, let's take a peek into what could have easily been a Lifetime movie. Ray and Maggie have tragically lost their daughter. As it turns out both of …

Rampage Movie Review: Dwayne Johnson Cooks Up More Nostalgia.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson once again takes us on a nostalgic journey into our childhoods. This hero must really love playing with animals that could eat him alive. He can tame the wildest of beasts but, not without loads of laughter and, intensified action scenes. This movie is loosely based off the Midway game but, …

An Exclusive *ART*istic Interview With David Howard Thornton A.K.A. Art The Clown

You learn from the greats and build from them, and that is what we are doing with Art. -David Howard Thornton Sometimes you book an assignment that can make you face your clown phobias and, come out of it braver and bolder because of nice people who play very dark demented characters. This is my …

“Terrifier” Art Gone Terribly Certifiable: A Movie Review.

If you have read some of my previous reviews for SCARY BASEMENT MEDIA one tidbit of information about me keeps repeating itself. I do not like clowns, yet I keep watching plenty of horrors who star the overly worn makeup lovers. The things I do for you people. 🙂 Terrifier is the creation of Damien Leone. His nightmarish …

[Review] Game Night wins with crossing over comedy with tension

Scary Basement Media doesn't just love the horror genre, it loves ALL genre films. Dark comedies are included. I went into Game Night expecting your typical Jason Bateman comedy. You know, the basic boring character that gets involved with something way over their head (which he plays magnificently) but always realizes he shouldn't be such …