June 5, 2019

Starting a film with a tragedy is a good way to endear the leading roles to the audience, and Isabelle (2019) gives a full-throttle effort to do that. The scene was sad and melancholy, and does begin the story with a bang, opening the path for a possession that could’ve been so much better. With…

June 3, 2019

Horror in 2019 has had quite the array of movies so far. I haven’t seen everything that’s been released this year, and probably won’t, I just hope that the others from this year that I do see are as good as The Prodigy (2019). I know I’ve been complaining a lot lately about horror-light, and…

May 30, 2019

Would you like to see one of those heads? Nora Manning House on Haunted Hill (1959) starts with screams and demented laughter, then disembodied heads floating through the air, introducing the movie and the characters, which reminded me of an Agatha Christie book. I loved it from the first sequence, how is it possible not…

May 28, 2019

OK, so I watched Mercy Black (2019), and as I watched, I was left unsure how I feel about it. It was another of those movies that started with a mediocre hook and subsequent flashbacks that weren’t much better. I had the distinct feeling that I was watching Slender Man under a different name, then…

May 27, 2019

Vincent Price is my favorite actor, and to honor his birthday, I’ve decided to tell you about a few of his movies that I find exceptional. The simplicity of The Bat (1959) makes it strong. Even the one effect is stupendous; really, I’m not making fun of it. I wonder if they tried to get a…

May 23, 2019

I told you to let me die. Jan Compton Seeing The Brain That Wouldn’t Die as a kid, I was absolutely transfixed on the grotesquery of what was happening, seeing it thirty or more years later, I’m a bit baffled. The concept is amazing, too bad bringing it to life missed the mark. Most of…

May 20, 2019

Moving to a new place for work is always a little stressful, but the move for Lisa and Adam in Malicious (2018) was too easy. They walk into a beautiful house that is furnished and ready for them to start living. Too bad, that doesn’t last as Becky (Lisa’s sister) sends them a housewarming gift…

May 16, 2019

Chinese, Japanese, Dirty Knees, Look at these. “Baby” Firefly I loved Rob Zombie’s 2003 House of 1000 Corpses, and this sequel kept me just as intrigued and delighted. After the police raid their homestead, Baby and Otis escape and wait for Captain Spaulding at the Kahiki Palms motel. The couple’s psychosis continues as they take…

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