October 14, 2019

For those who didn’t know (like me) the Silent Hill movies are based on a video game franchise. This shouldn’t prejudice you from enjoying them if you aren’t a gamer of any level. The first time I saw Silent Hill (2006) I had no idea this was the case and loved it (I still do),…

October 10, 2019

Wishmaster (1997) is the first and the best in the four movie franchise, probably because Wes Craven made this one, but not the others. There’s some great cameos and supporting roles by actors from other horror movies, which was fun to see them in different roles, though it’s always strange to see Robert Englund in any role but Freddy Krueger….

September 30, 2019

I’m not a fan of what I consider a derogatory term, gorno a.k.a. Gore porn, but I do enjoy the movies that fall into this unfortunate titled sub-genre of horror. It’s quite common for critics to rip these movies apart. I say, fuck you, don’t watch them no one is forcing you. The Collector (2009)…

September 12, 2019

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is one of those teen slasher movies. It starts with Emmet, who’s obviously in love with Mandy Lane, though he’s never confessed it, defending her at a pool party. One of the “older” teen boys wants her as his girlfriend or at least a hook up, and Emmet gives…

June 13, 2019

Before I say anything else, I want to say I enjoyed Cursed (2005), even with all it’s flaws and confusion. Being a Wes Craven and a Christina Ricci fan is the biggest reason I watched it. Oh, it’s has the kid from Zombieland, Jesse Eisenberg, among other things. I always wonder why some actors always…

May 16, 2019

Chinese, Japanese, Dirty Knees, Look at these. “Baby” Firefly I loved Rob Zombie’s 2003 House of 1000 Corpses, and this sequel kept me just as intrigued and delighted. After the police raid their homestead, Baby and Otis escape and wait for Captain Spaulding at the Kahiki Palms motel. The couple’s psychosis continues as they take…

May 9, 2019

The set for Session 9 (2001) is fantastic; I’m surprised they use its real name, Danvers State Hospital, but I guess it saves money without having to change props. I can see why they chose the location as it’s creepy. I also enjoy how they adopted the use of camera angles without going over the…

May 2, 2019

If you didn’t know, I’ll tell  you now, sorry to those already know, I’m a huge Clive Barker fan. I haven’t read or seen a work of his that I haven’t enjoyed, and Book of Blood (2009) is a combination of two of his short stories, The Book of Blood (obviously) and On Jerusalem Street; both…

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