September 24, 2019

Since there are a few movies of the same name, I wasn’t sure that I was watching Hex (2019) that made my watch list. The release date is a bit bizarre, too, but the official USA release is September 6, 2019, so I’m going with that for the year. And, yes, it’s the movie that…

September 9, 2019

I’m not sure what I expected when I began watching All Light Will End (2018), so it’s hard to say if got it. The film starts with a young Savannah being afraid of the dark, which I can totally relate because as a kid I had the similar fears; not saying they went away. The…

August 12, 2019

Even with the incredibly boring beginning, Seven in Heaven (2018) turned into the suspenseful supernatural film or as I’m calling Horror-lite. This film definitely wasn’t full-strength horror, like it’s a YA horror novel; maybe, it was adapted from a book, I don’t know and don’t care enough to find out. The strange thing, I kept…

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…

December 20, 2018

Krampus: The Devil Returns (2016), the second Krampus film by Jason Hull, too bad he couldn’t get some real actors as was with Krampus (2015), but I guess they all can’t be gems. It was so bad, I couldn’t watch more than ten minutes, so I moved onto Christmas Slay (2015) written and directed by…

May 28, 2018

After all the hype over Get Out (2017), including its Oscar Nominations, I decided to watch it. A few friends have told me it’s nothing special. But how is that possible with its Oscar Nominations? They never pick lemons (yes, that was sarcasm.) Get Out is listed under the Mystery/Thriller genre, which means there aren’t…

May 24, 2018

After seeing this movie a few times, I’m still not sure how I feel about it. I don’t hate it, but I don’t love it either. I actually don’t mind watching it, and probably will again. In the grand scheme of things, it’s a B-Movie, though I don’t know the budget and am too lazy…

Daughter of Illusion


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