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Review: ClownTown photo

Review: ClownTown

In the fifty-six years since Psycho was released to an unsuspecting public, theater-goers have borne witness to slashers of every type. From psycho killers dressed like their mothers to psycho killers dressed up like Ronald Reagan to p...

 
 
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STOP EVERYTHING, MARVEL'S RUNAWAYS IS COMING TO HULU

Hulu is bringing one of my all-time favorite Marvel properties, Brian K. Vaughn's Runaways, to the small screen and that is the best news I've heard all year. Runaways is, to phrase it for MCU fans, the young adult equivalent of G...

 
 
 
Netflix 5: horror films photo

Netflix Five: Under-the-radar horror films

Netflix Five is a quick and dirty look at five films or shows that we've watched and want to either recommend or condemn for our readers to help make their trip through the instant queue a little less overwhelming. Not every horror films ge...

 
 
Trailer: Jessica Jones photo

The Jessica Jones trailer is here and nothing else matters

So, this Jessica Jones trailer went live a few days ago. I meant to post it then, but the sheer joy of what I was seeing drove me into a brief coma of which I've finally awakened from. The trailer has everything I wanted to see: Jessica Jon...

 
 
 
 
Suicide Squad trailer photo

The first Suicide Squad trailer looks REALLY AWESOME

I only have two major complaints about this trailer. 1.) It doesn't sound like Harley has that Long Island accent that is such a staple of her character 2.) We have Killer Croc instead of King Shark Aside from that, everything (even the Hot...

 
 
 
Terminator Genisys Review photo

Review: Terminator - Genisys

Based on the stupid title, initial plot description and Entertainment Weekly photos, I was a little more than skeptical about Terminator: Genisys. Even though the synopsis had many, many things I loved in it (time travel, Emilia Clarke, Arn...

 
 
 
 
 
HTDIB: Howard the Duck photo

How to Do It BETTER: Howard the Duck

[How To Do It BETTER takes a look at films that already exist that could use the tender love and care only a reboot can bring. Some were good, some were...not. Either way, Flixist takes an in-depth look at how to make it better the second t...

 
 
Review: Human Centipede 3 photo

Review: The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)

I did not care for the first Human Centipede. It was a generic torture porn with a couple gimmicks in the centipede itself and the claim of being 100% medically accurate. As a jaded horror fan, I spent most of it yawning (cringing only duri...

 
 
 
New Mad Max trailer photo

International trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road

This Japanese trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road has more of everything I want from this film: more madness. More Max. More, more MORE. The giant Japanese characters strewn throughout make it even more enjoyable. The May 15th release feels so ...

 
 
New FF pics photo

New Fantastic Four images are...pretty ordinary

I don't have a lot to say about the new Fantastic Four pictures from Empire. They exist, they're boring, whatever. I'd like to take this time, instead, to make a formal apology to Josh Trank and the rest of the cast and crew involved. Befor...

 
 
 
 
SLIH: Mila Kunis photo

Some Like It Hot: Mila Kunis

Jupiter Ascending hit theaters this week, and what better excuse is there than that to write about the beautiful, talented Mila Kunis, amirite? From the 70's to the post-apocalypse to outer space, Mila Kunis has been all over, and damn if s...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Review: Taken 3 photo

Review: Taken 3

Taken was great. Taken 2 was...not as good. When I heard that Taken 3 was going to exist, I sighed, because I knew, knew, that I'd feel obligated to finish what I started. So, on Saturday morning, I sat with ticket in hand and prepared...

 
 
No more Jack Ryan photo

Jack Ryan sequel a no-go, according to Chris Pine

Sad news for people who like Chris Pine, Tom Clancy, and spy movies in general. According to the star of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, there won't be a sequel. As he told Moviephone: No. I don’t think it made enough money for that to ha...

 
 
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Review: After the Fall

Every now and then, I opt to review a movie I know next to nothing about. Pretty much all I knew about After the Fall was that it had Wes Bentley of American Beauty, The Hunger Games, and most recently, American Horror Story fame ...

 
 
 
R100 Trailer photo

R100 trailer looks sexy, insane, and makes me feel funny

I don't even know what to say about this film that isn't said in the trailer. It looks amazing and sexy and messed up and absolutely right up my alley. Alec reviewed it back in July, and I'm so glad it's coming out in just over a month. Co...

 
 
 
 
Sean's Flixgiving photo

Flixgiving: Five Movies Sean Is Thankful For

Who doesn't love Turkey Day? A day of food, family, and gratitude for all you have. It's great. Unless, of course, your family is going away and you don't have any personal days from work to go with them! That being said, I'm still thankful...

 
 
 
Anne Hot-thaway photo

Some Like It Hot: Anne Hathaway

[Some Like It Hot shines a light on the men and women of film who have captured our hearts, and oftentimes, our libidos. It celebrates the cinematic sirens and strongmen of the silver screen that give us the vapors, tug on our heartstrings,...

 
 
 
DC Film Slate photo

DC's film slate finally revealed!

Hold on to your hats, boys and girls, DC has revealed their film slate through 2020. This is major! We're looking at a pretty major A-List line-up (and Suicide Squad, which is cool too!) following Batman v. Superman - Dawn of Justice: 2016...

 
 
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Flix for Short: There's a Man in the Woods

A short, spooky animation by CalArts student Jacob Streilein about a school teacher, a nasty little boy, and the power of rumors. It's a fantastic way to spend your coffee break. [via Vimeo]

 
 
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Review: Tusk

I have a long-standing history with Kevin Smith, dating back to high school when I first saw the erroneously named "Jersey Trilogy." When Red State came out in 2011, I was intrigued to see what Smith could do with both the horror genre...

 
 


About Sean Walshone of us since 5:32 AM on 02.17.2011

Sean Walsh has been a fan of movies ever since he can remember. His father assures him that he wept when Optimus Prime died in the original Transformers movie, but seeing as how Sean was less than a year old, it was probably just a full diaper. Sean's first actual movie memory was seeing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the theater and he grew up on Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2, and Goonies. His first theatrical R-rated movie was Alien: Resurrection, a film that, for better or for worse, holds a special place in his heart.

When Sean isn't writing for Flixist, he's working on one of his many scripts, playing video games, watching movies, or spending time plotting world domination. His favorite genre is horror, he really likes Arizona's Arnold Palmer lemonade/iced tea beverage, kielbasa and potatoes, comic books and not taking life very seriously. Sean's favorite movies include: Shaun of the Dead, Iron Man, The Searchers, Cabin Fever, Stand By Me, and House of the Devil.

He likes long walks on the beach and getting caught in the rain.

He is also single, and if reports are true, ready to mingle.
 
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