February 20, 2020

A parasite that’s a combination aphrodisiac and venereal disease that will hopefully turn the world into one beautiful, mindless orgy. Dr. Hobbes Shivers (1976) has quite the identify crisis, it’s also called The Parasite Murders, They Came From Within, and It Came From Within. It’s considered Science Fiction Body Horror, and for me, it was…

February 18, 2020

Stumbling into the Interesting I have a thing about research. To say that I love it would not be an overstatement. It might be safe to assume that almost all writers could make such a claim, and especially writers of historical fiction who tend to get lost in the pulling together of another time and…

February 17, 2020

I’m going to be brutally honest with on this one, A Demon Within (2017) is flawed. I’m not saying there is an absolutely perfect movie, and if you think there is, let me know, I’d like to see it; I bet it’s not. Let’s start with the opening scene as a good example. It’s 1914,…

February 16, 2020

Wolfman’s got nards. Horace I remember when The Monster Squad came out, and I was one of the few who thought it was good. I don’t remember it being considered a horror-comedy though, and after seeing it again, I don’t see much funny. Sure, there are some clever one-liners, but that does not a comedy…

February 14, 2020

Young and lovely on the outside, maybe, but old and rotten on the inside. Mrs. Edelman Talk about an identity crisis, Hospital Massacre (1982) is also known as X-Ray, Ward 13, and Be My Valentine or Else. I guess it’s a way to get a better market share, and you get a nice array of…

February 13, 2020

I vaguely remember seeing The Vampire Bat (1933) on a Sunday afternoon back in the early 1980s. The memory didn’t spark in me that Fay Wray was in it. But why would I remember that from a movie I saw when I was ten. This is a strange one with rubber bats being clutched by…

February 10, 2020

This place is wrong. We’re not supposed to be here. Emma The Wind (2019) is said to be Western horror. When I think Western, I think Cowboys and Indians with or without John Wayne. I always wonder about mixed-genre films, so maybe I shouldn’t have expected too much from this because of it. This was…

February 10, 2020

For some reason Showtime changed the name to Cursed to Kill (2017) from Patient (2016). Maybe, they did it because of the multitude of movies named or with Patient in the title. The movie was similar to Nails, but with a better story, that’s not to say it was a spectacular story. The visual effects…

Daughter of Illusion

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