Keith David

The Thing: Collector’s Edition

September 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

It’s hard to find a decent horror movie these days. Although there have been a good number of horror releases in the past years, many of them qualify barely as average and most of them are simply forgettable. The problem is that most of these more [...]

Chain Letter

April 25, 2011 // 0 Comments

I Love horror movies. I have been watching them pretty much all of my life and have developed a great immunity to certain qualities the genre typically embraces. Bad acting, ignorant characters and cookie cutter plots are just a few staples found in [...]

Pitch Black

March 10, 2009 // 0 Comments

"Pitch Black" is certainly not the most original horror-in-space movies out there, but it does have its redeeming qualities, and even more so when you watch this dark, brooding movie in high definition. The movie takes us to a ship traveling [...]

John Carpenter's The Thing

November 15, 2006 // 0 Comments

A critical and commercial flop when it was first released, John Carpenter's "The Thing" is now considered by many as Carpenter's "magnum opus" and one of the better remakes. Starring Kurt Russell and Keith David, John [...]

Pitch Black

July 18, 2006 // 0 Comments

I never viewed "Pitch Black" on DVD because the premise of the movie appeared superficial to me and simply a rehash of what had been done before in countless other movies. With the arrival of the film on HD-DVD I reconsidered and gave the film a [...]

The Chronicles of Riddick

November 16, 2004 // 0 Comments

Note: This review is based on the Unrated Director’s Cut of the film. The Theatrical Cut is also sold separately. "The Chronicles of Riddick" is the direct sequel to the smaller cult science fiction hit "Pitch Black." 5 years prior, [...]

Pitch Black

October 13, 2000 // 0 Comments

It’s always exciting to see a filmmaker really come into their own and with "Pitch Black", writer/director David Twohy achieves that point. After having worked as a writer on good films such as "The Fugitive" and bad films such as [...]