A Fantastic Fear of Everything Movie Review
Jack Nife is a writer with a terrible name. He’s afraid of everyone and everything around him, but a meeting of a lifetime is forcing him to leave his only shelter--his house. Giggleween continues with this odd and only slightly offensive treatment of mental illness played up for laughs.
Army of Darkness Movie Review
The final and most shameless film of the Evil Dead trilogy makes for an instant Halloween classic. Rather than being a flat-out slasher flick like the previous movies, Army of Darkness takes us on a dark and twisted fantasy adventure that makes it the perfect epic ending for Giggleween!
Beetlejuice Movie Review
This funny and spooky mashup from Tim Burton’s breakout period in the 80s is still a classic today. It’s classic Burton, with animation and art that can’t be mistaken. Be wary though, even though this movie is rated PG, it’s not really for little kids. But mom and dad will have a blast.
Cabin in the Woods Movie Review
HAPPY GIGGLEWEEN! I figured the best way to close out this year would be with an excellent breakdown of the genre entirely. This film isn’t just a scary movie - it’s the blueprint to all of them, and an explanation as to why they’re all so similar, which may just blow your whole world away...
Housebound Movie Review
In the lightest sentencing for robbing an ATM ever, Kylie is under house arrest. Unfortunately, she finds herself arrested to the one she grew up in, home to her chatty but annoyingly positive mother, who believes the house is haunted. Kylie laughs it off, until she starts noticing things herself...
Krampus Movie Review
Santa sees you when you’re sleeping, knows when you’re awake. He knows if you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness’ sake. Because if you aren’t, a magical Christmas demon to punish you and your families for all of their sins, condemning you to fire and brimstone. Merry Christmas!
Shaun of the Dead Movie Review
What would a modern-day zombie apocalypse look like from the average Joe’s perspective? Turns out, it’s a bit less heroic and a bit more practical than other movies would have you think. This new Giggleween classic is a relentless blend of humor and gore, and is worth seeing at least twice.
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil Movie Review
Ever watch those scary movies starring genetically-surplused mountain people torturing pretty young white people? Scary Funny Month continues with a look at the other side of the equation, and asks the question we never wondered - what’s a regular day in the life of those people like?
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