Wishmaster (1998) is an 80’s horror fan’s wish fulfilled

Wishmaster (1998) is an 80’s horror fan’s wish fulfilled

At a time when horror cinema was taking a sharp left turn into knowing irony and metatextual commentary, 1998’s “Wishmaster” is a gloriously gory, throwback to the previous decade of supernatural powers, ancient evil, hellish puzzle-box curses and bucket and buckets of gore. In 12th century Mesopotamia, an evil Djinn (Andrew Divoff) asks the Sultan ..

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Nielsen Ratings: Mr Magoo (1998) Review

Nielsen Ratings: Mr Magoo (1998) Review

Picture the scene – it’s the mid-1990s and adapting cartoons is all the rage for some reason. Disney studios turns its attention to multi-Oscar winning cartoon character Mr J Quincy Magoo, an elderly, wealthy and extremely near-sighted retiree who constantly gets into scrapes thanks to his refusal to acknowledge his near-sightedness. He’s a character very ..

Blade (1998) 20th Anniversary Review

Blade (1998) 20th Anniversary Review

Twenty years before “Black Panther”, Marvel partnered with New Line to release a black-led superhero movie which would see them help kick-start the current superhero boom as well as changing the course of their movie adaptations to that point. Born as his mother was dying from a vampire attack, Blade (Wesley Snipes) possesses all of ..