April 5, 2021

Sometimes dead is better is not a quote from The Craft: Legacy (2020) but what should’ve happened when Blumhouse sat down and decided to make this travesty; allowed the The Craft (1996) to stay the way it was. Also, you know the movie/book that’s from. I hope. In this bland kinda remake of the super…

February 11, 2021

Drive-Thru (2007) is one of those movies I missed when it was new, and actually wasn’t aware of its existence until recently when a friend told me to watch it. I’m not sure if he was setting me up or not. At least it was easy to find On-Demand. It’s like finding out that Captian…

November 30, 2020

I don’t remember why Wounds (2019) got added to my 2019 watch list, and I wish it wouldn’t have because I was lost most of the time. At points, I understood what they were getting at, but then it disappeared and never really came back. Armie Hammer and Dakota Johnson take on this mess like…

Nothing But Night
October 8, 2020

Another “horror” movie that I find awful Nothing But Night (1973). It opens with sexy music and ocean-scapes as the credits pop on and off the screen, followed quickly by a fiery car accident, a man being pushed off a balcony, and then a woman being shot in the face. My favorite is the bus…

My Soul to Take
May 11, 2020

When I watched this, I figured, it’s a Wes Craven movie, so it can’t be too horrible, and at least be better than most. I’m not sure I should’ve have made that assumption. My Soul to Take (2019) is all over the place, but it is strange enough to keep me entertained. The ‘My Soul…

September 26, 2019

When I first saw Rosemary’s Baby (1968), I hated it. So now, I’m giving it another shot, thinking that maybe I missed something. Nope. I still find it dreadfully bland and anticlimactic. There are aspects of it that I enjoyed, so I’ll talk about those. The set is beautiful. The apartments and the decorations within…

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