Author: Dr. Winston O'Boogie

Omen IV: The Awakening (1991) (part 3 of 3)

“This movie is a Part 4. And with very few exceptions, franchises that last all the way to a fourth installment end up scraping the bottom of the cinematic barrel. And when it comes to horror franchises in particular, there's a tendency to continue on even after hitting bottom, and using the shredded, shattered remnants of the cinematic barrel itself to make at least three more shitty sequels after that.”

Omen IV: The Awakening (1991) (part 2 of 3)

“This movie is a Part 4. And with very few exceptions, franchises that last all the way to a fourth installment end up scraping the bottom of the cinematic barrel. And when it comes to horror franchises in particular, there's a tendency to continue on even after hitting bottom, and using the shredded, shattered remnants of the cinematic barrel itself to make at least three more shitty sequels after that.”

Omen IV: The Awakening (1991) (part 1 of 3)

“This movie is a Part 4. And with very few exceptions, franchises that last all the way to a fourth installment end up scraping the bottom of the cinematic barrel. And when it comes to horror franchises in particular, there's a tendency to continue on even after hitting bottom, and using the shredded, shattered remnants of the cinematic barrel itself to make at least three more shitty sequels after that.”

Don Johnson's "Heartbeat" (part 2 of 2)

I know what you're thinking: Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"? Are you for real? (Actually, what you're probably thinking is Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"? What the fuck? But I took the liberty of cleaning up your thoughts for you.)Well, ever since I started this new Agonizer section where I can post short articles, I've been jonesing to do an in-depth review of a short piece of film. Like, say, a music video. And what music video could possibly be worse than Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"?

Don Johnson's "Heartbeat" (part 1 of 2)

I know what you're thinking: Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"? Are you for real? (Actually, what you're probably thinking is Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"? What the fuck? But I took the liberty of cleaning up your thoughts for you.)Well, ever since I started this new Agonizer section where I can post short articles, I've been jonesing to do an in-depth review of a short piece of film. Like, say, a music video. And what music video could possibly be worse than Don Johnson's "Heartbeat"?

Frog-g-g! (2004)

In this low-budget homage to/satire of '70s "nature run amuck" horror films, contamination of a small town's groundwater causes a tadpole to grow to huge, mutant proportions and become the Frog-g-g!, a latex-suited monster with the genetic need to mate with human females. And, I should add, this reviewer is one of only a handful of people not directly involved with the movie to have actually seen it.Yeah, I know. I could say the same thing about a lot of the movies on this site. Easy Kill comes to mind, as does Night of Horror. But what makes Frog-g-g! special is that I caught it at an exclusive midnight showing in Hollywood that was attended by many of the people who worked on the movie.