March 23, 2020

For whatever reason, several films have remained on my watch list for way too long. The Quiet Ones (2014) finally came off that list. It’s an interesting film about experimenting on curing people of psychological ailments, who think they are possessed. Um, what now? That’s probably why it stayed on my list for so long….

March 16, 2020

Chiller Films has an interesting catalog of films, and I hope, though ChillerTV is off the air, that they will continue with SYFY. Animal (2014) kept me on the edge of my seat through most of it. Of course, there were a few bland spots, but they didn’t last long. My favorite part of this…

March 9, 2020

Having read Stephen King’s 2013 novel Doctor Sleep, I had my bias about the story in place before I watched the movie. For once, I didn’t sit there, thinking, what about this or that? maybe, that was because it’s been several years since I read it and all the details weren’t fresh in my mind…

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…

February 24, 2020

SiREN (2016) is another from Chiller Films, starting with a relatively good hook at a church in the cemetery, which is the scene of some sort of ritual with goat heads and circles on the floor. The participants are scattered across the floor. I wasn’t sure who the man was the police called to investigate…

February 17, 2020

I’m going to be brutally honest with on this one, A Demon Within (2017) is flawed. I’m not saying there is an absolutely perfect movie, and if you think there is, let me know, I’d like to see it; I bet it’s not. Let’s start with the opening scene as a good example. It’s 1914,…

February 10, 2020

This place is wrong. We’re not supposed to be here. Emma The Wind (2019) is said to be Western horror. When I think Western, I think Cowboys and Indians with or without John Wayne. I always wonder about mixed-genre films, so maybe I shouldn’t have expected too much from this because of it. This was…

February 10, 2020

For some reason Showtime changed the name to Cursed to Kill (2017) from Patient (2016). Maybe, they did it because of the multitude of movies named or with Patient in the title. The movie was similar to Nails, but with a better story, that’s not to say it was a spectacular story. The visual effects…

Daughter of Illusion


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