Tag: 2.5 Star

  • The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) #80s #Flashback #Horror

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    I haven’t seen The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) since it first came out on VHS. Well, saying that I’ve seen it in its entirety is a stretch since I fell asleep watching it the first time. In my defense, I’d gone to college all day, then did a shift at work, so I was […]

  • Queen of the Damned (2002) #Vampire #Boredom

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    For some reason, I never saw Queen of the Damned (2002) until recently. I remember all the drama around it, including Aaliyah’s death, and I think that’s why I never bothered. Based on the title, I thought it would be more about Akasha than it was, and I kept looking at the female cast, thinking, […]

  • As Above, So Below (2014) #HorrorMovie Review

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    As Above, So Below (2014) is a found footage film, at least it’s not in the woods, so that’s a start. Per usual to this type of movie, it started exciting then went bland, but at least the acting isn’t horrible. Ben Feldman from Cloverfield (2008) and the 2009 remake of Friday the 13th is […]

  • Lost Souls (2000) ##HorrorMovie

    Lost Souls

    I don’t remember ever hearing about Lost Souls (2000) until someone mentioned it on Twitter, so I put it on my find list. I thought it might have a chance since it quoted Deuteronomy Book 17 after the opening credits, and it has Winona Ryder and John Hurt, so I figured there’d be a chance […]

  • Robot Holocaust (1986) #Lost80s #SciFi Movie

    Robot Holocaust

    Never heard of Robot Holocaust (1986), don’t worry, I hadn’t either until recently when I started searching for something different. Well, ladies and gentlemen, Tim Kincaid always produces some of the strangest movies, and this one is pretty special and different, though not unpredictable. I love how movies set in the post-apocalyptic world dress people […]

  • Underwater (2020) #HorrorMovie Review

    Underwater

    Underwater (2020), you guessed it, takes place underwater in a drilling facility. While this is at the bottom of the ocean, I couldn’t help but think at times that I was watching an Alien remake with Kristen Stewart instead of Sigourney Weaver. I empathized with the trepidation the characters felt of getting out of the […]

  • Classic Audrey Rose (1977) #HorrorMovie Review

    Audrey Rose

    Audrey Rose (1977) was adapted from the book of the same name by Frank De Felitta. Having not read the book, I don’t know if it’s as strange as this film. The idea of reincarnation is fascinating, but how this was depicted didn’t exactly work for me. This chilling tale explains how Elliot Hoover figured […]

  • Spellbinder (1988) #HorrorMovie Review

    Spellbinder

    The 80s brought about many strange things, and Spellbinder (1988) seems to highlight many of them in under ninety minutes. I saw this in college on VHS, but I didn’t recall it being so slow to get anywhere, like so many movies today that fight to get to the point. Spellbinder is the first time […]

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