HOT SAUCE REVIEWS: MOVIES
Big and small screens, online and offline.
This one doesn’t even pretend to be feminist even a little. Two steps forward, twenty steps back…
This one has more in common with that film about an abused horse valiantly enduring, only more smug and pretentious.
Someone in England thought it’d be great to combine Saw with a bunch of teens in the woods. Horrible.
Come scream at people taking ten hours to cross the kitchen and other scary stuff.
Is an Antichrist killing all the bullies in town? If yes, shouldn’t he be… the good guy?
No, it’s not even close to being The Matrix. There are better things to watch, surely.
This movie needs to be ten times more absurd and offensive than it actually is.
This is a love story between a young man and an 81-year old man. The problem? Not enough passion.
That dude from Downton Abbey is now a homicidal maniac. How does that work, exactly?
Mutant crocodiles are eating the rednecks of Louisiana one by one! Well, I suppose this is an awful thing.
Oh look, another morality tale about never trusting creepy people who live in isolated farm houses.
A couple of losers wake up in a scary building… you know, that whole thing is so, so played out by now.
Annoying and dull tourists get caught in an earthquake in Chile. Good news: they get hurt. Bad news: it’s still boring.
Good news: Rusty Joiner takes off his shirt once or twice here. Bad news: you can see more of him online, this movie blows.
This is either an unintentionally hilarious comedy or a horrible B-grade flick unfit for consumption. Pick your poison.
Christopher Nolan wastes almost 3 hours to show that women are horrible emotional creatures. If you take them to space, don’t bring them back.
Is Ouija a flat and boring movie not worth my time and money? The pointer says: YES! YES! YES!
After Effect proves that the most terrifying thing in a horror movie is the budget cut.
Come savor the best Japan cinema has to offer: disembowelment, gore, vagina-to-mouth skewer attacks and more.
Yes, it’s really called Killer Mermaid, and yes, there is one here. It’s better than it should be, but not good enough.
- Wild Things by Nick Fuller
- When Good Earls Go Bad by Megan Frampton
- Intoxicated by Monica Murphy
- Intrusion by Charlotte Stein
- I am #1 USA Today Bestseller Penny Tration
- Forbidden by Charlotte Stein
- Return to Clan Sinclair by Karen Ranney
- Magnolia Drive by Rochelle Alers
- Mystery of the Maya by RA Montgomery
- Diary of an Accidental Wallflower by Jennifer McQuiston
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