August 19, 2021

When I read this on a website about House III: The Horror Show (1989), it made me more confused than I’d already been about this film being in the franchise (I’m not citing the reference). The Horror Show was originally intended as an entry into the House series of films but was marketed as unrelated,…

August 12, 2021

I’ve had a quest for many years to find the movie with the fictional band The Puce Clits, and now that quest has come to an end because it’s in House II: The Second Story (1987). Honestly, that’s all I remembered from this movie. With the serious theme of the Viet Nam War in the…

August 12, 2021

House at the End of the Street (2012) stars Jennifer Lawerence and Max Thieriot, and I always assumed it was just a typical teen horror from the bits that I’ve seen. But until I sat down and watched the entirety, I discovered it’s not typical at all. The truth, though, it’s not horror at all,…

August 9, 2021

The Final (2010) is about a group of misfit teenagers who seek revenge on their abusers. We all know teenagers can be horrible creatures, turning into some nasty adults, but not all of them. Sometimes when I see a film like this, I get flashbacks to good ole high school days, and I’m thankful that…

August 5, 2021

Many strange horror movies came out of the 80s, and House (1986) is a great example. It starts with a grocery delivery person coming to the house and hears a strange sound from upstairs as he’s calling for the owner. So, of course, he goes upstairs to investigate, finding the homeowner hanging from the ceiling…

August 2, 2021

The Presence (2010) is not what I expected, but it’s good, nonetheless. It stars Shane West as Ghost, and it’s not exactly revealed who he was. For whatever reason, he is trapped in a cabin on an island and cannot leave. When the Woman arrives, he begins to watch her, and it’s on the creepy…

July 29, 2021

An American Werewolf in Paris (1997) doesn’t have any ties to An American Werewolf in London; thank the celluloid gods because it might have been a lot worse for it. I didn’t have any expectations that they would be linked. The opening scene is enticing, then fades to a bro comedy. I could’ve done without…

Fear Street Preacher
July 26, 2021

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 is the conclusion of this amazing horror film series. I’m sad that it’s over, but they resolved the mysteries, so what else is there? I’ve never read any of R.L. Stein’s books, so I really don’t know. As with Part 2, they added scenes from the previous films, then jumped…

Daughter of Illusion

The Horror of My Life