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[REC] 12 Rounds Ab Tak Chhappan
ABCs of Death All Hallows' Eve Along Came the Devil
Art the Clown The Avengers Timeline (MCU) *HOT*
Battle Royale
Blade The Boondock Saints Cloverfield
The Conjuring Universe Creep Creepshow
DC Extended Universe Deadtime Stories Death Race
The Descent The Devil's Rejects Divergent
Dragon Tattoo The Equalizer The Expendables
The Fast and the Furious Feast From Dusk Til Dawn
Grave Encounters The Grudge The Hamilton/Thompson Family
Hannibal Lecter Happy Death Day Hellboy
Hellraiser The Hidden The Hills Have Eyes
Hitman I Spit on Your Grave Ichi the Killer
It Jack Reacher Jason Bourne
John Wick Jumanji Ju-On
The Kingsman The Librarian The Living Dead
Major League The Man from Earth Maniac
The Matrix The Mummy The Odd Couple
One Missed Call The Pact Paranormal Activity
Prof. Quatermass The Prophecy Psycho
The Purge Quarantine Re-Animator
Riddick The Scorpion King Slumlord
Star Wars The Terminator Underworld
V/H/S The X-Files X-Men



The concept for this horror, found footage, anthology series started with Brad Miska, founder of Bloody Disgusting films. Each film is comprised of several shorts strung together by some sort of wrap-around story and most take on the quality of home movies, web cams, go pros, eye cams, dog cams, and the like. Some really big names in the field of horror have written and/or directed the films in these anthologies and, with the exception of V/H/S/ Viral, have managed to produce a roller coaster ride of tension and chaos just about every time. One of the stories in the first collection generated a spin- off film as shown below. There was also a V/H/S mini-series produced on SnapChat. It's already been mentioned that there are some stories ideas ready for another collection and it depends on the reception of V/H/S/94 as to whether it will be made. The fact that Rotten Tomatoes, of all people, gave it 92%, I'd say the prospects is good.

V/H/S [2012]
V/H/S/2 [2013]
V/H/S Viral [2014]
V/H/S/94 [2021]

SiREN [2016]

The Hidden


Written by Jim Kouf and expertly directed by Jack Sholder, The Hidden is basically about an extraterrestrial alien who uses living creatures, usually human beings, as hosts and creates havoc among the populace. Considered by many to be one of the best sci fi, action, cult films of the 80s, it was followed up by an incredibly bad DTV sequel trying to cash in on the original's success and popularity. No mention of any other films planned ...probably due to the horrendous sequel.

The Hidden [1987]
The Hidden II [1993]



The creation of Patrick Brice (Director / Co-Writer) & Mark Duplass (Lead Actor / Co-Writer), this series of psychological horror films is disturbing on several levels. Presented in a hand-held footage format, our antagonist, Aaron, likes to hire videographers to make a video of his life. But Aaron has far more insidious things in mind for our poor sap. Highly praised critically and publicly, this series doesn't currently show any signs of stopping as a third film is in production with the same team.

Creep [2014]
Creep 2 [2017]

The X-Files


The brainchild of Chris Carter, The X-Files was a highly successful series about a pair of FBI agents (usually Mulder & Scully, played by David Duchovny & Gillian Anderson respectively) investigating the paranormal. It ran initially for 9 seasons and experienced a revival in 2012 for two more seasons. The popularity of the series spawned two major film releases, a spin-off series, The Lone Gunman, as well as comic books, novels and assorted merchandise. Although there is no current plans for the X-Files (which is now owned by Disney), Chris Carter has not ruled out the possibility of future productions.

The X-Files TV Series

The X Files: Fight the Future [1998]
The X Files 2: I Want to Believe [2008]



Peter Joseph brought us three amazing documentaries that really should be seen by everyone if they have any concern about the world they, and their children, live in. Pointing out various flaws in our thinking, rules, laws, basis of morality, societal norms, politics and simply being human, and then offering us a plethora of possible solutions. Realistically, no one is going to take this seriously on a large scale - that's just the way we are - but it certainly provides some much needed information and a massive banquet of food-for-thought. It has been announced that Zeitgeist IV is in production and is schedulted for release in mid-2022. Information can be found on the Official Zeitgeist Website

Zeitgeist [2007]
Zeitgeist: Addendum [2008]
Zeitgeist: Moving Forward [2011]

Star Wars


Started in 1977, and taking place a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, was Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. George Lucas created an empire that is stronger than ever nearly a half a century later. Now under the Walt Disney umbrella, there have been 9 films produced within the Skywalker Saga alone with many other films & TV series (both live action and animated) and a multitude of various media sources depicting various events. I'm only listing the live action movies and TV series here in timeline order. For a full listing of all material in the timeline, go here.

Episode I: The Phantom Menace [1999]
Episode II: Attack of the Clones [2002]
Episode III: Revenge of the Sith [2005]
Solo: A Star Wars Story [2018]
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story [2016]
Episode IV: A New Hope [1977]
Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back [1980]
Episode VI: Return of the Jedi [1983]
The Mandalorian: Seasons 1&2 [2019]
Episode VII: The Force Awakens [2015]
Episode VIII: The Last Jedi [2017]
Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker [2019]

Future Live Action Films
Rogue Squadron [2023]

Future Live Action TV Series
The Book of Boba Fett [2021]
Andor [2022]
Obi-Wan Kenobi [2022]
Rangers of the New Republic [TBA]
Ahsoka [TBA]
The Acolyte [TBA]
Lando [TBA]

The Mummy & The Scorpion King


Although there are several "Mummy" series, this one centers around the Stephen Sommers adventure series of films running from 1999 through 2018, which includes the spin-off series, "The Scorpion King", which includes one feature film and a series of direct-to-video films. Although there were originally plans for more sequels, the plans were canceled as Universal decided to reboot the series in 2017 as part of their Dark Universe series. However, this film was received so badly (losing upwards of $100mil for the studio) that all planned sequels have been canceled. I suppose it's possible to see more DTV features, though, as they're usually done fairly well despite the ratings. Films are listed below in timeline order.

The Scorpion King Films
The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior [2008]
The Scorpion King [2002]
The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption [2012]
The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power [2015]
The Scorpion King 5: Book of Souls [2018]

The Mummy
The Mummy [1999]
The Mummy Returns [2001]
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor [2008]

The Terminator


Created by James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd, the Terminator franchise tells the story of a machine sent from the future, controlled by machines, to present day to stop the human resistance by killing key subjects. The popularity of the first two films have spawned a TV series (The Sarah Conner Chronicles), web series, comics, novels, video games, and other media, as well as 6 feature films. Because the films tend to stray from the original time lines, it's assumed the films take place in alternate time lines so there is no chronological timeline, per se. As such, there was originally planned a trilogy for Salvation, Genisys (including a TV series) and Dart Fate but, citing under performance at the box office, all of these projects have been canceled. There are no current plans for more films although some of the characters have stated they would be glad to be involved.

The Terminator [1984]
Terminator 2: Judgment Day [1991]
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines [2003]
Terminator 4: Salvation [2009]
Terminator 5: Genisys [2015]
Terminator 6: Dark Fate [2019]

Battle Royale


Long before The Hunger Games, there was Battle Royale, a Japanese film about a bunch of young students dropped on an island and the last one to walk out gets to go home. Created by writer, Kenta Fukasaku, and his father, director, Kinji Fukasaku, it became an instant worldwide hit with Quentin Tarantino stating it's one of the best films ever made. A sequel came out a few years later written and directed by Kenta Fukasaku, because of the passing of his father, and, unfortunately, it's considered a far inferior film to the first. In 2006, producers Neil Moritz and Roy Lee stated they would like to produce an American remake but, between the Virginia Tech massacre, in 2007, and The Hunger Games, in 2012, they've shelved the project for now. Also in 2012, The CW discussed the idea of an American TV series based on the original novel but it hasn't gone anywhere beyond that.

Battle Royale [2000]
Battle Royale II (Requiem) [2003]



Based on the 1922 short story, "Herbert West-Reanimator" by H.P. Lovecraft, Stuart Gordon and Brian Yuzna ran with the idea and produced 3 comedy/gore/horror films starring the incomparable Jeffery Combs as West and followed it up with a fairly successful stage musical. Although there were originally plans to produce 2 more films, that never happened. There was an Italian version released in 2017 having no connection to the previous films that was far darker, abstract, surreal and esoteric.

Movies - Main Series
Re-Animator [1985]
Bride of Re-Animator [1990]
Beyond Re-Animator [2003]

Other Movies
Herbert West: Re-Animator [2017]

Re-Animator: The Musical [2011]

The Purge


Primarily created by James DeMonaco, the Purge franchise centers around an annual event, created by the now ruling NFFA (New Founding Fathers of America) political party, as a way, they say, of reducing crime by allowing everyone to commit whatever crimes they want, including murder, for a 12 hour period. Let the chaos begin ...and boy, does it ever with a series of highly successful films and a not-so-highly-successful TV series that lasted 2 season. After previously announcing that The Forever Purge would be the last film, James DeMonaco has come up with some new ideas for another story and Jason Blum announced his desire to make more Purge films. As of July, 2021, James DeMonaco has finished a script and has signed on as the new film's director and Frank Grillo has signed on to reprise his role as Leo Barnes. This new film is said to take place in 2059. Films are listed in timeline order with the date of when the events are said to occur.

The First Purge [2018] (2014)
The Purge [2013] (2022)
The Purge: Anarchy [2014] (2023)
The Purge: Election Year [2016] (2040)
The Forever Purge [2021] (2048)

TV Series
The Purge [2018] (2027 & 2036,37)



'It' is the main antagonist in Stephen King's massive 1000+ page novel and is speculatively thought of as some sort of extraterrestrial alien but this is never made specifically clear. What is clear is that it resides in the storm drains under Derry, Maine and feeds off of fear and young children in the guise of various forms, quite often as a malevolently terrifying clown known as Pennywise. In 1990, is was made into a highly successful mini-series and in 1998, it was made into a 52-episode series in India titled 'Woh'. Most recently it was made into 2 films with Bill Skarsgard handing us a stellar performances of Pennywise. Even though the two movies encompasses the entire story contained in the novel, there has been interest in making a third film ...perhaps a prequel.

It (mini-series) [1990]
It [2017]
It Chapter Two [2019]

Along Came the Devil


Created by DeVan Clan Productions, which is a good name for it as both husband and wife have worked on both films. Features a generally common exorcism story with the sequel detailing the search for the principals disappearing in the first film. Overall, not very good and critically panned by most. In an interview, shortly after the release of the second film, the DeVan's stated that this was intended to be a trilogy so a third film was planned. Haven't heard anything since, though.

Along Came the Devil [2018]
Along Came the Devil 2 [2019]



Created by Dark Horse Comics, the wise-cracking Hellboy has been featured in comics, novels, animated films, video games, table top games as well and feature films. The first two films were written by Oscar winner, Guillermo del Toro and starred Ron Perlman as the titular character. Although well liked and popular, neither film showed as much profit as expected. A third film was basically a reboot starring David Harbour. It was critically panned and a box office bomb although David Harbour received favorable reviews for his depiction of Hellboy. It certainly didn't measure up to the previous films but I liked it and I felt it should have gotten more love. Despite the reboot, Perlman stated, in 2019, that we would love to finish the original trilogy with del Toro and that he thought it could happen if financing could be found. We shall see.

Hellboy [2004]
Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008)
Hellboy [2019]



Featuring the centuries old war between the vampires and the lycan (werewolves) and centered mostly around the character of Selene, a death dealer for the vampires. Great high action excitement throughout the series with cool characters and some pretty solid story writing. The entries in the series are listed here in timeline (which is different than their release order) and, imo, should be viewed this way. Although there have been rumors at various times of a sixth film in the series, and perhaps a TV series, nothing solid has been announced lately.

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans [2009]
Underworld [2003]
Underworld: Evolution [2006]
Underworld: Awakening [2012]
Underworld: Blood Wars [2016]



I don't think anyone would have guessed that Alfred Hitchcock's adaption of a 1959 novel, "Psycho", by Robert Bloch, would have started such an iconic franchise that's covered practically all mediums from computer games to comics to documentaries to a popular TV Series (Bates Motel, that lasted for 4 seasons) and considered a genre-changing masterpiece of horror. Along with the aforementioned mediums, there are, of course, the films. The first 4 films are sequels that stick to a timeline. The 5th (Psycho IV) is a prequel. There's also been a shot-for-shot remake made of the original film but no one really wants to talk about that. At this time, there are no known plans to continue the franchise.

Official Film Series:
Psycho [1960]
Psycho II [1983]
Psycho III [1986]
Bates Motel [1987] (TV Movie)
Psycho IV: The Beginning [1990] (Showtime Movie)

Psycho [1998]

The Prophecy


Originally starting out as a story of angels warring over mankind on Earth, the first 3 films are direct sequels starring Christopher Walken as Gabriel. The 4th and 5th films (made simultaneously) are not so much sequels as they are just stories within that universe. No plans for anymore films in the series at this time.

The Prophecy [1995]
The Prophecy II [1998]
The Prophecy: The Ascent [2000]
The Prophecy: Uprising [2005]
The Prophecy: Forsaken [2005]

Paranormal Activity


At only $15,000, Oren Peli created the genuinely scary Paranormal Activity about a couple who set up home cameras in hopes of discovering what goes bump in the night. This film went on to make $200,000,000 and a franchise totaling 6 films, an unofficial Japanese sequel and a 7th installment due for release in 2021. All the films are done in a home security / computer cam / etc. found footage style and all of them are connected as sequels and/or prequels. Because of the loose connections and timelines, it's best to watch them in release order to maintain the surprises and get the most out of the series.

Official Series:
Paranormal Activity [2007]
Paranormal Activity 2 [2010]
Paranormal Activity 3 [2011]
Paranormal Activity 4 [2012]
Paranormal Activity 5: The Marked Ones [2014]
Paranormal Activity 6: The Ghost Dimension [2015]

Unofficial Sequel:
Paranormal Activity 2: Tokyo Night [2010]

The Pact


An effectively creepy film series about a woman who returns to her childhood home after the death of her mother and the disappearance of her sister to encounter strange occurrences and a deadly family secret. No mention of further films in this series.

The Pact [2012]
The Pact II [2014]

One Missed Call


Based on a novel by Yasushi Akimoto and written for the screen by Minako Daira, the rather interesting and freightening premise to these stories involve people getting voice mail recordings of their own deaths, in the very near future, from their own phones. The series went on to make 3 films and a TV series in Japan and one American film adaption. There doesn't appear to be any future films in the works for this series.

One Missed Call [2003]
One Missed Call 2 [2005]
One Missed Call 3: Final [2006]

One Missed Call [2008]

The Odd Couple


Originally a play written by comedic genius, Neil Simon, The Odd Couple was adapted into movies, two TV Series and even a cartoon called The Oddball Couple. But, through a fantastic choice in casting, there was never an odder couple than Jack Lemmon (the OCD Felix Unger) and Walter Matthau (the slobbish and reluctant roommate). The original film is still the best adaption with Jack and Walter returning 30 years later for a sequel. This holds the record for the longest amount of time between an original film and it's sequel with the original title cast. We'll probably see more Odd Couple variations in the future but, unfortunately, they're unlikely to compare with the most famous and best duo.

The Odd Couple [1968]
The Odd Couple II [1998]

The Matrix


The brainchild of the Wachowski Brothers (now the Wachowski Sisters, I would suppose), and starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, and Carrie-Anne Moss (perfectly cast) this brilliantly created sci fi classic proved you can mix stimulating intellectually and philosophically intense story lines with high octane action that takes no prisoners. Beyond the 3 primary films, there's a behind-the-scenes DVD (The Matrix Revisited) and an animated anthology DVD (The Animatrix) featuring stories from within the Matrix, as well as video games and comic books.

Update: The Matrix Resurrections was released in 2022. The decision to make a 4th film came well after Revolutions was made as there was no plan to do so. At this time, there are no plans for more films, however, the open-ended nature of Resurrections made it possible to continue the story. The question is, do we want it to continue?

The Matrix [1999]
The Matrix Reloaded [2003]
The Matrix Revolutions [2003]
The Matrix Resurrections [2021]
The Matrix Revisited
The Animatrix



Joe Spinell wrote and starred in a rather twisted film about a psycho murderer who scalps his victims to decorate his manikins. Rebooted in 2012, this time starring Elijah Wood. Although there were plans to develop a sequel of the 1980 version, they were canceled upon Joe Spinell's untimely passing in 1989.

Maniac [1980]
Maniac [2012]

The Man from Earth


Late author, Jeremy Bixby (award winning writer of Star Trek and Twilight Zone episodes), and director, Richard Schenkman, present us with a fascinating Professor who has lived since the dawn of man 15,000 years ago. Deciding to reveal his past to fellow friends and colleagues creates a intellectual, religious, and philosophical discussion like no other you've heard before. The second film takes place 10 years later when his secret is found out ...and he's aging. Rumors have been kicking around the idea of a follow-up series.

The Man from Earth [2007]
The Man from Earth 2: Holocene [2017]

Major League


Writer / director David S. Ward created this comedy series of films centered around the Cleveland Indians, worst team in the MLB and owned by a woman who wants them to fail even more in an attempt to move them to Florida. The team decides that's not going to happen. The sequels are not as LOL funny as the 1st film but all of them are really fun entertainment. Rumors from 2015 and 2017 state that we may see more of this series in the form of a sequel, reboot or possibly a TV series.

Major League [1989]
Major League II [1994]
Major League III: Back to the Minors [1998]

The Librarian


Actor Noah Wyle plays Flynn Carsen, chronic student with no real goals in life, who is suddenly chosen to be the official Librarian for a library full of mystical and historical wonders. His adventures to save the world produced 3 movies and then a television series which shifted over to a squad of librarians who would be joined by Flynn on several occasions. The series lasted 4 seasons. At this time, there are no planned additions to the series.

The Librarian: Quest for the Spear [2004]
The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines [2006]
The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice [2008]

Television Series:
The Librarians

The Kingsman


Created, written and directed by Matthew Vaughn, The Kingsman are a spy agency of British gentleman who flamboyantly save the world in spectacular fashion. The action, humor, choreography and camera work highlight some of the most exciting stuff you'll ever see on screen anywhere. In the second film, we're introduced to the Statesman; the American counterpart to the Kingsman who are just as colorful. A prequel on how it all got started in 2021 and a sequel is in production to be released in 2023.

Kingsman 1: The Secret Service [2014]
Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle [2017]
The King's Man [2021]

To Be Released:
Kingsman: The Blue Blood [2023]



The Jumanji media fanchise is based on two children's books by Chris Van Allsburg: Jumani and Zathura. Currently there are 3 Jumanji movies and a Zathura movie. There have also been animated TV series and video games with more Jumanji movies planned. The incredibly funny, high adventure, Jumanji films center around a game that, once you begin playing, you encounter one danger after another and the only way to get out is to finish the game without being killed.

Jumanji Films:
Jumanji [1995]
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle [2017]
Jumanji: The Next Level [2019]]

Zathura Films:
Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005)

John Wick


This Chad Stahelski & Derek Kolstad created series of high-octane, ultra-violent chaos features Keanu Reeves as one of the worlds most dangerous assassins who has been yanked out of retirement because someone killed his dog. Never a dull moment, there are currently plans for a John Wick 4 & 5.

John Wick [2014]
John Wick: Chapter 2 [2017]
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum [2019]

Jack Reacher


Based on the novels by Lee Child and played by Tom Cruise, the films follow and ex-Special Forces Military Police Detective who spends his time traveling around the country and occasionally getting wrapped up in an investigation of some sort. Due to under-performance at the box office, there are no definite plans for more films in this series, although Christopher McQuarrie (writer) and Tom Cruise have been working out some story lines. A TV series on Amazon Prime, named Reacher, premiered on February 4, 2022. It received favorable reveiws and a second has been ordered.

Jack Reacher [2012]
Never Go Back [2016]

The Devil's Rejects
aka Captain Spaulding & the Firefly Family


Written & directed by Rob Zombie, these three films centers around the sadistic and psychopathic Firefly family and their close friend and fellow sociopath, Captain Spaulding the clown, as they joyously torture and kill all those that cross their paths. Despite all that, they're quite likable at parties. I'm not aware of any plans for further films in this series.

House of 1000 Corpses [2003]
The Devil's Rejects [2005]
3 from Hell [2019]



Based on the Hitman video games, these 2 stand alone films, both feature the adventures of Agent 47, a trained assassin from birth. Both are good, high action, escapist entertainment. The producer of both films, Adrian Askarieh, stated, in 2017, there will be a 3rd Hitman film but very little news about another film has appeared since.

Hitman [2007]
Hitman: Agent 47 [2015]

The Hills Have Eyes


Created by Wes Craven and rebooted by Alexandre Aja & Wes Craven, this series of films center around a family of cannibals in the desert and the poor folks who happen to run across them. The original 1977 film is considered a horror classic and the reboot in 2006 is even better. Neither sequel lived up to its predecessor, however. There are currently no plans for more films in this series.

Original Films:
The Hills Have Eyes [1977]
The Hills Have Eyes Part II [1984]

Reboot Films:
The Hills Have Eyes [2006]
The Hills Have Eyes II [2007]



Clive Barker created a race of demons, known as Cenobites, the caretakers of ultimate experience and a way into their realm consisting of the Lament Configuration, a puzzle box, which many foolishly seek. Since the original film, directed by Clive Barker and considered a horror classic, 9 more films have been made and they get consistently worse with each installment ...except Hellraiser X: Judgment, which is actually pretty good. The first 3 films should be viewed first and in order. After that, each film is pretty much a standalone story so it really doesn't matter. I'm sure more Hellraiser films will appear in the future and I heard that Clive, himself, would like to do another one. We'll see.

Update: A reboot of the original film, written by David S. Goyer (Blade, Dark City) and directed by David Bruckner (SiREN, The Ritual) will be released as a Hulu Original film in Fall of 2022. And, as an interesting twist, Pinhead will be played by Jamie Clayton. A TV series is also in production for HBO and Vertigo Entertainment. I guess we just can't get rid of the Cenobites.

Hellraiser [1987]
Hellraiser II: Hellbound [1988]
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth [1992]
Hellraiser IV: Bloodline [1996]
Hellraiser V: Inferno [2000]
Hellraiser VI: Hellseeker [2002]
Hellraiser VII: Deader [2005]
Hellraiser VIII: Hellworld [2005]
Hellraiser IX: Revelations [2011]
Hellraiser X: Judgment [2018]
Hellraiser [2022] - To be released, Fall, 2022

Happy Death Day


Created by Christopher Landon & Scott Lobdell and starring Jessica Rothe as our main protagonist, this pair of comedy horror films has been described as "Groundhog Day" meets "Scream". Both films center around a time loop forcing our heroes to re-live the same day over and over until they can find a solution to stopping it. Kudos to the film makers for coming up with a unique angle for the second film to prevent it from just being a retread of the first. The idea of a 3rd film has been kicked around for some time but was initially canceled due to the second film under performing at the box office. Since that time, however, work has been made on a third film and, as of November, 2020, a script has been submitted to Universal. Time will tell if this becomes a reality.

Happy Death Day [2017]
Happy Death Day 2U [2019]

Hannibal Lecter


Hannibal Lecter, world renowned psychologist, medical doctor and cannibalistic psychopath, is the creation of Thomas Harris through a series of novels, all of which have been made into 5 films. The films are listed in order of the events as opposed to release date as the movies jump around all over the place. There are also 2 TV series based the franchise characters: Hannibal and Clarice. No new movies planned ...although if there's another book...

Hannibal Rising [2007]
Manhunter [1986]: This was the original screen adaptation of "Red Dragon" and the first appearance of Hannibal Lecter onscreen.
Red Dragon [2002]
The Silence of the Lambs [1991]
Hannibal [2001]

The Hamilton/Thompson Family


Created by The Butcher Brothers, this pair of films is about a family doing it's best to be normal despite their need to consume human blood. Once things get out of hand, they pack up, change their name and move elsewhere. The second film takes place a few years after the first when they'be been forced to move to England as the Thompsons. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

The Hamiltons [2006]
The Thompsons [2012]

Ju-On & The Grudge


Created by Takashi Shimizu, this popular series of films originally featured a cursed house in which an enraged father and husband brutally murdered his family and now, anyone who enters the house is stalked and killed by the anguished spirits. Since then, the curse has begun to spread like a virus. After the initial success of the first film, Takashi Shimizu re-made his film as "The Grudge" for U.S. audiences and it was equally successful. There are many variations, prequels, sequels, etc. Rather than try to track everything down, I'm just listing the ones that I've reviewed.

Japanese Films:
Ju-On [2002]
Ju-On 2 [2003]
Ju-On: The Beginning of the End [2014]
Ju-On: The Final Curse [2015]
Ju-On: Black Ghost [2009]
Ju-On: White Ghost [2009]

U.S. Films:
The Grudge [2004]
The Grudge 2 [2006]
The Grudge 3 [2009]

Sadako vs. Kayako [2016]

Grave Encounters


Created by The Viscious Brothers, this "lost footage" style series of films begins with a TV paramormal investigative team (who really doesn't believe in this sort of thing) spending the night in an abandoned asylum and quickly finding themselves way over their heads. Although a common theme, this series became the "go to" film for that concept. In 2015, the brothers announced plans to make a prequel but, considering there's hardly been any news since, it's unlikely to happen.

Grave Encounters [2011]
Grave Encounters 2 [2012]

Dragon Tattoo
aka Millennium Series


Based on the best-selling novels of the late Stieg Larsson, the Millennium Series features the adventures of Lisbeth Salander (social outcast, research expert, computer hacker supreme, fearless adversary) and her unlikely friend, Mikael Blomkvist (editor of Millennium magazine). The stories are unique and intense. The U.S. produced 2 standalone films based on two of the novels. In Sweden, the first three novels were made into a trilogy of movies all released in 2009. They would later add extensive footage and present the trilogy as a 9-hour mini-series on TV. I happen to have the DVD box set of this series and it is well worth watching. Due to poor box office returns (which mystifies me), there are no current plans to adapt any of the other novels.

U.S. Films:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [2011]
The Girl in the Spider's Web [2018]

Swedish Films
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [2009]
The Girl Who Played with Fire [2009]
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest [2009]

From Dusk Til Dawn


Beginning with the landmark horror film, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, the series features a sect of vampires that use a desert tavern to draw in fresh meat and how a pair of murderous thieves, along with their hostages, stop in for a drink or two. This film spawned 2 sequels, a documentary, and a TV series. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

The Films:
From Dusk Till Dawn [1996]
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money [1999]
From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter [1999]

Behind-the-Scenes Documentary
Full Tilt Boogie [1997]



"Project Greenlight" (Executive Producers: Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Chris Moore , Wes Craven and the Maloof family) was a documentary series that highlighted filmmaking competition. The winning film of the 3rd season was "Feast"; an extreme over-the-top comedy, gore, horror film. This spawned 2 sequels that seemed to get gorier and more offensive with each installment. If you have a strong constitution, a knack for not being easily offended, and a twisted irreverent sense of humor, you'll probably quite enjoy the chaos that is the Feast series. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

Feast [2005]
Feast II: Sloppy Seconds [2008]
Feast III: The Happy Finish [2009]

The Expendables


This creation of Sylvestor Stallone and David Callaham has resulted in a series of ensemble films featuring action heroes that have been around since the 70's. And, just when you think they've found them all, a new movie comes out with some you may have forgotten well as adding a bunch of fresh new faces. This has resulted in an incredibly fun and exciting series centered around a misfit group of highly adequate mercenaries who will do just about anything for a price. It's been announced that filming of Expendables 4 has officially commenced on October 6, 2021 and there has been discussion of future installments. Kind of makes you wonder how much gas Sly has left ...or any of the other guys, for that matter.

The Expendables [2010]
The Expendables 2 [2012]
The Expendables 3 [2014]

The Equalizer


Directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Denzel Washington in the titular role, this series features a highly trained man with a mysterious past that finds himself using those skills and contacts to help others. Loosely based on a TV series from 1985 starring Edward Woodward. The second film is the first time either Antoine or Denzel has ever done a sequel. The films have also inspired a reboot TV Series, The Equalizer, starring Queen Latifah, as the titular character. Both Antoine and Denzel have expressed an interest in making a third film in the series and there's been a lot of buzz but nothing confirmed at this time.

The Equalizer [2014]
The Equalizer 2 [2018]

The Descent


Created by Neil Marshall, this terrifying and claustrophoic series starts with 6 friends who go spelunking, get trapped after a cave-in and find they are not alone. The original film had a U.S. ending and a U.K. ending with the latter generally regarded as the best of the two. However, if you go with the U.S. ending, the second film, where one of the survivors joins a rescue team, makes more sense. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

The Descent [2005]
The Descent 2 [2009]

Death Race


With Roger Corman producing and Paul Bartel directing, a film appeared in 1975 about a cross country race where drivers earned points for running over and killing the citizenry. The film was equal parts camp, hilarity and violence and it went on to become one of the biggest B-movies every produced. In 2010, Paul W.S. Anderson rebooted the idea except, this time, the races take place in a prison and any prisoner that survives 5 races is set free. This further produced 2 prequels and 1 sequel. Roger Corman also went on to produce a direct sequel to the original film. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

Corman Films:
Death Race 2000 [1975]
Death Race 2050 [2017]

Anderson Films (Listed in story timeline order)
Death Race 2 [2010]
Death Race: Inferno [2013]
Death Race [2008]
Death Race: Beyond Anarchy [2018]

Deadtime Stories


George A. Romero hosted a couple of horror anthologies that consisted of some pertty basic stories that I found enjoyable but then maybe I have low standards. Anyway, he managed to host 2 such anthologies before deciding not to continue it.

Deadtime Stories: Volume 1 [2009]
Deadtime Stories: Volume 2 [2011]



The X-Men universe began in 2000, with Bryan Singer at the helm, and was going strong until Fox (the company producing the movies) was acquired by Disney and they decided to cancel the remaining projects. It's been rumored that the X-Men may be rebooted as part of the MCU. After all, they are Marvel characters and Disney now owns Marvel Studios, as well. Only time will tell.

X-Men [2000]
X-Men 2 [2003]: aka X2: X-Men United
X-Men: The Last Stand [2006]
X-Men Origins: Wolverine [2009]
X-Men: First Class [2011]
The Wolverine [2013]
X-Men: Days of Future Past [2014]
Deadpool [2016]
X-Men: Apocalypse [2016]
Logan [2017]
Deadpool 2 [2018]
X-Men: Dark Phoenix [2019]
The New Mutants [2020]

I Spit on Your Grave


In 1978, Meir Zarchi released a rather shocking film, originally called "Day of the Woman" but later renamed "I Spit On Your Grave". Featuring an overly extended rape of a woman and how she enacts her revenge, this was written off as a junk sexploitation film and was more or less forgotten. 32 years later, it was rebooted with several sequels. Although the quality of the newer films was much better, the story pretty much remains the same.

I Spit on Your Grave [1978]: aka Day of the Woman
I Spit on Your Grave [2010]
I Spit on Your Grave 2 [2013]
I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine [2015]
I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu [2019]

[REC] & Quarantine


Created by Jaume Balaguero & Paco Plaza, the [REC] series of films began in Spain in 2007 with the original first film considered by many to be one of the best "hand-held camera" style films ever made. It follows the events of a highly contagious disease turning people into savage flesh eaters. At this time, the [REC] series has 4 films with the last appearing in 2014. There was also an American remake of "[REC]" (2007) called "Quarantine" (2008) and a sequel, "Quarantine 2: Terminal" (2011), which was a sequel made specifically for "Quarantine" and not a remake of any of the [REC] films. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

[REC] [2007]
[REC]2 [2009]
[REC]3: Genesis [2012]
[REC]4: Apocalypse [2014]

Quarantine [2008]
Quarantine 2: Terminal [2011]

12 Rounds


Started in 2009 and Co-Produced by Lionsgate and WWE Studios, this anthology of films features a star wrestler as the main protagonist and features other wrestlers in various roles. The "12 Rounds" refers to the protagonist having to play some sort of game for 12 rounds except the 3rd film in which the "12 rounds" refers to the number of bullets the protagonist has. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

12 Rounds [2009]
12 Rounds 2: Reloaded [2013]
12 Rounds 3: Lockdown [2015]

Ab Tak Chhappan
aka 56 and Counting


Films chronicle a special police division headed by Inspector Sadhu Agashe (Nana Patekar), stationed in Mumbai, that basically just kills gangsters that they can't bring in alive. In 2015, Nana Patekar, the lead actor, said that he would be directing the 3rd installment as a high action thriller but I haven't been able to find any new information since then.

Ab Tak Chhappan [2004]
Ab Tak Chhappan 2 [2015]

ABCs of Death


Each of these anthology films consists of 26 stories, all having something to do with death, with each story representing a letter of the alphabet. The stories are all done by various writers and directors. There doesn't appear to be any more films planned for the series.

The ABCs of Death [2012]
ABCs of Death 2 [2014]
ABCs of Death 2.5 [2016]

All Hallows' Eve & Art the Clown


Starting as an anthology of short Halloween horror films, directed by Damien Leone, the series went on to feature short films by various directors and also a spin-off, featuring Art the Clown, in Terrifier. Terrifier 2 is reported to be in production.

All Hallows' Eve [2013]
All Hallows' Eve 2 [2015]
Terrifier [2016]

The Conjuring Universe


Created by James Wan, the Conjuring universe consists of the Ed & Lorraine Warren investigation films, the Annabelle doll films, and a few other loosely connected horror films as well as a set of short films. It has become the most sucessful horror franchise in history. Listed below are the films in each niche as well as a timeline of events depicted in the movies that have been released.

Timeline of Events
1952 The Nun
1955 Annabelle: Creation
1967 Annabelle
1971 The Conjuring
1972 Annabelle Comes Home
1973 The Curse of La Llorona
1977 The Conjuring 2
1981 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Ed & Lorraine Warren Films
The Conjuring [2013]
The Conjuring 2 [2016]
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It [2021]

Annabelle [2014]
Annabelle: Creation [2017]
Annabelle Comes Home [2019]

The Nun
The Nun [2018]
The Nun 2 [TBA]

The Curse of la Llorona [2019]
The Crooked Man [TBA]

The Avengers Timeline
Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe


Since the release of Iron Man in 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has developed and grown into epic proportions which now includes over 2 dozen films (and counting) as well as several TV series. The Avengers Timeline is the primary force behind the creation of this universe which includes all the films and primarily the TV series of "Agent Carter" and "The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." but several other series are being released now that are directly connected.

This list is presented in the order in which you should view the Avengers timeline and includes the episodes of the related TV series. If you want to get the full Avengers story, just watch everything listed here in this order. This timeline information is based on extensive research conducted by the fans and contributors of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki as well as my personal familiarity with of all the material involved.

I've begun adding individual trailers to entries as they come up for review. Click the "T" button to see the trailer.

Captain America: The First Avenger [2011] 
Agent Carter [Seasons 1 & 2]
Captain Marvel [2019]
Iron Man [2008]
The Incredible Hulk [2008]
Iron Man 2 [2010]
Thor [2011]
The Avengers [2012]
Iron Man 3 [2013]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 1, Episodes 1-7]
Thor: The Dark World [2013]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 1, Episodes 8-15]
Captain America: The Winter Soldier [2014]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 1, Episodes 16-22]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 2, Episodes 1-2]
Guardians of the Galaxy [2014]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 2, Episode 3]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 [2017]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 2, Episodes 4-19]
Avengers: Age of Ultron [2015]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 2, Episodes 20-21]
Ant-Man [2015]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 3, Episodes 1-10]
Doctor Strange [2016]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 3, Episodes 11-18]
Captain America: Civil War [2016]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 3, Episodes 19-20]
Black Widow [2021]

Spider-Man: Homecoming [2017] : Opens with flashbacks going back to May, 2012, right after the Battle of New York. Then a HUGE blooper occurs that is the joke of many an MCU fan. After this flashback sequence, a placard is displayed saying "8 Years Later". This is absolutely incorrect and throws the events of this film completely outside the timeline. It should say "4 Years Later", as it takes place in 2016 ...not 2020.

The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 3, Episodes 21-22]
Black Panther [2018]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 4]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 5, Episodes 1-4]
Thor: Ragnarok [2017]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 5, Episodes 5-13]
Ant-Man and the Wasp [2018]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 5, Episodes 14-22]
Avengers: Infinity War [2018]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 6]
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 7]
Avengers: Endgame [2019]
Loki [Season 1]

What If...? [Season 1]: The 'What If..' animated series is not part of the actual Avengers timeline but rather it depicts alternative versions of events that have occurred within the timeline. The reason I've placed it here in the timeline, however, is because, if you wish to see it, you'll want to see it after 'Loki' as much of the central focus of 'What If...' is based on a character introduced in 'Loki'. It's not required but it'll take on a different dimension if you fully understand the character.

WandaVision [Mini-Series]
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier [Mini-Series]
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings [2021] *NEWLY ADDED*
Spider-Man: Far from Home [2019]
Spider-Man: No Way Home [2021] *NEWLY ADDED*
Eternals [2021] *NEWLY ADDED*

Note: It's been reported that the modern day periods of "Eternals" takes place around the same time as "Spider-man: Far from Home". Since "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is a direct sequel to "Spider-man: Far from Home" - picking up right where the other leaves off - and since "Eternals" isn't directly connected to the Spider-man films, I've treated the Spider-man films as one story and placed "Eternals" afterwards.

Hawkeye [Mini-Series]

The following future releases will be placed in the timeline once they've been released and their location within the timeline has been verfied.

Feature Films Planned To Be Released Within a Year
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness [2022] - Released: Will be included in the timeline soon.
Thor: Love and Thunder [July 8, 2022]
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever [November 11, 2022]
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania [February 17, 2023]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 [May 5, 2023]

TV Series' Planned To Be Released Within a Year
Ms. Marvel [June 8, 2022]
She-Hulk [2022]
What If...? [Season 2] [2022]

The following are the TV Series that officially take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (along with their release year) but do not directly affect the Avengers timeline... except, perhaps, for the occasional cameo and/or reference to events going on in other places within the MCU.

Cloak & Dagger [2018]
Daredevil [2015]
The Defenders [2017]
Helstrom [2020]
Inhumans [2017]
Iron Fist [2017]
Jessica Jones [2015]
Luke Cage [2016]
Moon Knight [2022]
The Punisher [2017]
Runaways [2017]



Beginning in 1998, this series of films, written by David S. Goyer and starring Wesley Snipes as the titular character, is based on a Marvel comic character. These films are not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe which began 10 years later. Because of a hybrid birth between a vampire and human, Blade is a vampire that can withstand many of the problems normal vampires cannot sunlight. He's made it his personal vendetta to destroy all vampires. Marvel Studios announced, at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019, that a film, rebooting Blade into the MCU, was in the planning stages and will cast Mahershala Ali as the title character.

Blade [1998]
Blade II [2002]
Blade III: Trinity [2004]

The Boondock Saints


In 1999, series creator, Troy Duffy, released the first of the Boondock Saint films that was hated by critics (Rotten Tomato Critics rating is currently 28%) but adored by the public (Rotten Tomato Audience rating is currently 91%) and has generated a huge cult following. It's about 2 Irish Catholic brothers who, along with a somewhat zoned-out friend, decide to personally get rid of the criminal underworld gangsters in Boston. In November 2021, a third Boondock Saints film was officially announced with production slated to begin in May 2022. Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus will reprise their roles as Connor and Murphy MacManus and Troy Duffy will return to direct the third film.

The Boondock Saints [1999]
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day [2009]

Jason Bourne


Back in 2002, writer Tony Gilroy grabbed the essence of the Bourne novels, by Robert Ludlum, and created a series of films that are some of the finest spy / assassin films every made. They center around Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), a man fished out of the sea with two bullets in this back, who doesn't know who he is. What follows is part self-discovery, part elimination of those that made him what he is to stop them from making others. The final film, "Jason Bourne", was basically made for the fans by Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass and did not involve Tony Gilroy ...much to its detriment, me thinks. There was a short-live TV series, Treadstone, which actually wasn't too bad.

Update: In October 2019, producer Ben Smith, stated that a new Bourne film, tied into the Treadstone series, was in production. No new reports since.

The Bourne Identity [2002]
The Bourne Supremacy [2004]
The Bourne Ultimatum [2007]
The Bourne Legacy [2012]
Jason Bourne [2016]



Created by J. J. Abrams, this science fiction anthology of movies are loosely connected to events involving monster attacks, alien invasions and space exploration. Originally, the film A Quiet Place [2018] was intended to be Cloverfield 4 before it was decided to release it as a standalone film. There was an article at Collider in Jan, 2021, that stated that J.J. Abrams was developing a 4th Cloverfield film. We shall see.

Cloverfield [2008]
10 Cloverfield Lane [2016]
The Cloverfield Paradox [2018]



Back in the early 80's, horror writer, Stephen King, and horror movie maker, George A. Romero, decided to get together for a project of some sort. What they decided on was a comic book style horror anthology that is still one of the best of it's type and spawned a comic book (of which I have a copy), 2 sequels and a series on Shudder that will soon begin filming for Season 2.

Creepshow [1982]
Creepshow 2 [1987]
Creepshow 3 [2006]

DC Extended Universe


With the release of "Man of Steel", in 2013, DC answered the MCU by starting a universe of their own. Personally, they haven't won me over to the extent that the MCU has but the movies are pretty good. Beyond the major films listed here, there are plenty of other DC films and TV shows that are part of the DC universe but not necessarily a part of the official timeline shown here. Here's a list of the official DCEU Timeline films shown in the order of when the major events in each film took place.

Wonder Woman [2017]
Wonder Woman 1984 [2020]
Man of Steel [2013]
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Ultimate Edition) [2016]
Suicide Squad [2016]
Justice League [2017]
Zack Snyder's Justice League [2021] The official 4 hour director's cut.
Aquaman [2018]
Shazam! [2019]
Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey [2020]
The Suicide Squad [2021]

Planned Future Releases
Black Adam [2022]
The Flash [2022]
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom [2022]
Batgirl [2022]
Shazam! Fury of the Gods [2023]
Blue Beetle [2023]



Series of movies based on the novels of Veronica Roth depicting a future where the members of society belong to one of 5 factions. The stories center around certain individuals, known as Divergents, who don't fit into any one faction and, therefore, must be removed. Originally, 4 movies were planned but, based on the less than happy box office results of the 3rd film, the 4th film was canceled with the plan to create a TV series. This also ended up being canceled. No further plans known.

Divergent [2014]
Divergent 2: Insurgent [2015]
Divergent 3: Allegiant [2016]

The Fast and the Furious


Also known as "The Fast Saga", with the first film, directed by Rob Cohen and helping to launch the careers of Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker, the series has also featured Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jason Statham. The series centers around professional thieves that use high performance vehicles as their primary mode of operation. Over time, the members of these groups become undercover agents and the films now cover worldwide events. Still in production today, this ultra-popular franchise has another direct sequel and 3 spin-offs planned as of this writing. The films are listed in timeline order.

The Fast and the Furious [2001]
2 Fast 2 Furious [2003]
Fast & Furious [2009]
Fast Five [2011]
Fast & Furious 6 [2013]
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift [2006]
Furious 7 [2015]
The Fate of the Furious [2017]
F9: The Fast Saga [2021]

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw [2019]

Ichi the Killer


Created by Takashi Miike in 2001, Ichi is a repressed, quiet and extremely shy individual who can quickly become a psychotic killer who gets sexual satisfaction from his slaughter. The initial release was followed by a prequel which details how Ichi become what he is.

1-Ichi [2003]
Ichi the Killer [2001]

Prof. Quatermass


Beginning in 1953, Nigel Kneale wrote a series of Sci Fi stories featuring Prof. Bernard Quatermass. Since that time, these stories have been made into several TV Series, movie adaptations (both TV and Screen), plays, etc. Rather than trying to list everything within the Quatermass universe, I'm simply listing the films that I've currently reviewed here on the site.

The Quatermass Xperiment [1955]: aka The Creeping Unknown
Quatermass 2 [1957]: aka Enemy from Space
Quatermass and the Pit [1967]: aka Five Million Years to Earth



Created as a collaboration of actor, Vin Diesel, and director, David Twohy, the character of Richard Riddick, intergalactic criminal, killer and anti-hero of our series, began in 2000, before Vin was a star, in an interesting little low budget Sci Fi named "Pitch Black". Unfortunately, only three films have been made over a 13 year period and we have not seen another in the last 8. However, as of 2019, Twohy and Diesel have stated that Riddick 4: Furya is in the works.

Pitch Black [2000]
The Chronicles of Riddick [2004]
Riddick [2013]



This insidiously creepy pair of films, created by Victor Zarcoff, features Gerald, a landlord (played to perfection by Neville Archambault) who equips his residences with several cameras so he can voyeuristically interject himself into other peoples lives. Starting as an observer only, the series escalates to interference, sabotage, dark web live streams, captivity, and murder. No news at this time if they'll be more films in the series.

13 Cameras [2015]
14 Cameras [2018]

The Living Dead


George A. Romero turned the horror movie community on its head with his release of "Night of the Living Dead" in 1968. Prior to that film, the idea of the walking dead was barely touched on and, overnight, flesh eaters became one of the hottest sub-genres in the industry with literally hundreds of zombie movies made since. Although George had been asked if he wish to collaborate on other zombie films, he generally declined as he was quite comfortable with his own little niche in the flesh eating trade. As such, each of his zombie films are uniquely different and yet each has his trademark style which is hard to mistake or duplicate. Unfortunately, with his passing in 2017, there will be no more George A. Romero Living Dead films. Although the time period of each film may be slightly different - some occur during the outbreak while others take place well into the zombie apocalypse - I've listed them in release order as it's really not necessary to organize and view them in a timeline sequence. In fact, only one charater, who appears briefly in Diary of the Dead, crosses over into Survival of the Dead as a main character.

Update: Twilight of the Dead is officially being developed by Suzanne Romero (George's wife) based on a story idea George had before he passed away. She's currently working with 3 screenwriters and looking for a director.

Night of the Living Dead [1968]
Dawn of the Dead [1978]
Day of the Dead [1985]
Land of the Dead [2005]
Diary of the Dead [2007]
Survival of the Dead [2009]

Twilight of the Dead