December 31, 2020

Night of the Lepus (1972), aka Rabbits, begins with a believable newscast about the environment and rabbits’ overpopulation. Well, if you live where I do, you know the rabbit population is enormous. This film is like Empire of the Ants (1977) or Food of the Gods (1976) – rather, those films are like Night of…

The Eye
December 28, 2020

So this is weird, somehow I recorded The Eye (2008) remake and The Eye 2 (2004). I decided rather than talking about them separately that I’d do a strange mash-up of sorts and put them together in one post. Jessica Alba stars in The Eye remake, and it bugs me how much product placement there…

October 29, 2020

I’m not sure why they named this Ghoulies (1985), it seems Satanic Pets or something like that would be more fitting. The Ghoulies themselves don’t really play much in the film besides filler. Had they done something more exciting like Gremlins, maybe, this would’ve been better. And just think, there’s a total of four in…

Spirits of the Dead
October 15, 2020

Spirits of the Dead (1968) is a strange anthology film containing three Poe stories. While American International Pictures didn’t produce this film, they distributed the English version; I watched the French/Italian version. It’s strange that not all the voices can be heard as they are erased from the soundtrack. I wonder if it’s the same…

The Boy
March 2, 2020

I remember seeing ads for The Boy (2015) on ChillerTV when it was still a thing and was interested in what it was. The bits that I saw back then reminded me of Children of the Corn meets Pumpkinhead. Imagine my disappointment when I finally saw it three years later on SYFY VOD. Chiller Films should…

Wrong Turn
February 22, 2020

Wrong Turn (2003) is the perfect title for this film and how I felt after it was over. To say I was bored with what I was seeing is an understatement. Especially with something that I figured was going to be a terrifying event. The beginning was freaky, so I thought I was going to…

January 20, 2020

I guess I See You (2019) is as good of a title as any for this film. I’d never heard of this movie until the other day, so it probably means that it had always been intended to be a direct to video release, and I understand why. The opening scene led me to believe…

January 16, 2020

The House of a Thousand Dolls (1967) is touted as American International Pictures sleaziest film, and I guess for the time it was, but by today’s standards it’s not. This is one of my least favorite AIP Vincent Price movies. The idea is great, but the layer of suspense isn’t as strong as their other…

Daughter of Illusion

The Horror of My Life


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