Hello folks and Merry Christmas!
I know it seems hard to believe, but we’ve reached that point again this year. October and November are only a distant memory; we said goodbye to Halloween, Bonfire Night and Thanksgiving; and on the horizon we can just see the New Year.
As crazy as it sounds, 2022 has blown by (or at least feels like it) and we’re already speeding towards 2023. But before we get there, we still have plenty of fun and frivolity ahead of us, along with some well-deserved holiday cheer!
And to add to the cheer, and fitting with the gift-giving season we’re in right now, I have a gift for you to unwrap. This gift is a collection of film reviews from the fourth and final quarter of 2022.
Between October and December, I reviewed 50 films, ranging from big-budget blockbusters to small streaming titles. I’ve been keeping an eye on Netflix, Amazon, Shudder, as well as a number of video-on-demand platforms, keeping up to date with what’s happening in cinemas to cover a wealth of new releases and releases to give you the reviews you need!
Some of these reviews you will have read when they first appeared on this blog, others you may have missed. Either way, don’t worry about whether or not you read before, just focus on what you need to read now to stay current.
In this post you will find reviews of films, including don’t worry darling, Black Adam, Jeepers Creepers: Reborn, strange world, Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverand Halloween ends, among many others. To view the reviews, all you have to do is scroll through the images and click on the movies that excite or fascinate you!
Come on. be excited Be fascinated.
The reviews above cover the last three months of 2022 but if you missed the other nine months of the year don’t worry you can read my previous posts: 50 film reviews from 2022: January to Marchas well as 50 film reviews from 2022: April to June and 50 film reviews from 2022: July to September. Yes, between every four posts you can read reviews of a whopping 200 new movies!
All reviews are completely free to read, regardless of film length or status, so don’t hesitate to delve in. There is only one rule here: I look at them, so you can read about them!
And with that, I wish you a good day. You need to read something and I need to start planning my review schedule for next year!
Thank you for taking the time to stop by It’s a Stampede! to check out these 50 October, November and December 2022 Movie Reviews. For more contributions, see the recommended readings below.