July 4, 2019

Burnt Offerings (1976) for me is like a twisted baby of Hill House and The Shining that has a cousin at the Bates Motel. I’m still unsure why it has the title it does. That aside, I found it quite entertaining. I think Bette Davis’ role is the lowest-key character I’ve seen her play. She’s…

June 6, 2019

B-Movies always have left a lasting impression in my mind and my thoughts more than the big budget movies with big stars trying to make me feel something. When a B-Movie comes on, no matter the genre, I’m pulled in, and I never want to leave the bizarre atmosphere. The black-and-white ones are my favorites;…

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…

February 21, 2019

I have a confession to make. I’ve never seen The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) before now. I know, everyone gasped, maybe even felt faint. Well I was 4 when it came out, and for whatever reason the movie never found its way to my TV until now. I guess I had to lose my virginity…

January 10, 2019

Alice, Sweet Alice (1976) is a pivotal movie for me loving the horror genre and becoming a horror author. I was too young to see it when it first came out but kept it in the back of my mind. and was one of the first videos I picked when we got a video store…

December 13, 2018

I vaguely remember seeing Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972) when I was a kid; not when it came out, but at least eight years later. For some reason get this movie confused with Silent Night, Deadly Night, but I assure you they are two different types of crazy, and I enjoy them both. This one…

November 22, 2018

The Christmas festivities have officially started, and the malls will be packed more than normal with people looking for everything they don’t need. This, my friends, is something that you absolutely need to see, and don’t waste your time with the remake. Black Christmas (1974) featuring the ever-lovely Margot Kidder is the only version you…

October 29, 2018

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) has one of the strangest openings I’ve ever seen. Now I admit, there are movies today that I’ve reviewed that I hate because incoherent things that happen, and maybe I should give them a break because like this movie, it makes no sense or maybe I’m expecting more of movies…

Daughter of Illusion


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