Daniel Isn't Real
June 29, 2020

It’s not cheating if it’s me. Daniel Daniel Isn’t Real (2019) is based on the novel In This Way I Was Saved by Brian DeLeeuw, who also wrote the screenplay with Director Adam Egypt Mortimer. Clark provides a musical score that is stunning; it’s almost like the music has a role of its own that…

My Soul to Take
May 11, 2020

When I watched this, I figured, it’s a Wes Craven movie, so it can’t be too horrible, and at least be better than most. I’m not sure I should’ve have made that assumption. My Soul to Take (2019) is all over the place, but it is strange enough to keep me entertained. The ‘My Soul…

Bloodline Banner
May 4, 2020

Monsters hiding in plain sight… Mark I’d added Bloodline (2019) to my watch list late last year. Since I’m cheap, I waited until it was available on a movie channel from my TV provider. I can’t remember what inspired me to add this, besides Seann William Scott playing a serial killer. It starts out yummy…

Let Us Prey
April 27, 2020

On day 23, I asked if you’d heard of romantic horror. Well now it’s day 27 of 30 Days of Terror, and I bring it up again. This time, it is more relevant because there’s an unexpected element in Let Us Prey (2014). If you don’t see this movie, you’ll never have the experience. Sometimes…

Be Afraid
April 26, 2020

For the 26th day of 30 Days of Terror, I thought I’d tell you about a movie that I thought was extraordinary and toot my horn a little. I always enjoy movies that touch on different plains of existence and those plains overlapping, allowing bad things to get through. Be Afraid (2017) is an example…

The Terror of Hallow's Eve
April 25, 2020

A more recent film found it’s way to the 25th installment of 30 Days of Terror. The Terror of Hallow’s Eve (2017) wasn’t what I expected, and I was happy about that. This film is another that proves that low-budget doesn’t have to mean low effects or horrible acting. I’m not saying that all of…

Last Girl Standing
April 20, 2020

Day 20 of 30 Days of Terror brings another indie, low-budget film, Last Girl Standing (2015). This one is quite beautiful in a disturbing sort of way. Last Girl Standing is an impressive thriller, proving that low-budget doesn’t have to mean bad film. From the beginning, the excitement kept me intrigued. Poor Camryn was the only…

The Blackcoat's Daughter
April 19, 2020

Thanks for stopping by today for the 19th day of 30 Days of Terror, while I talk about The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2015). Netflix has an unending supply of films that it’s hard to see them all. I have so many in my cue that I don’t know if I’ll ever get them all watched. The…

Daughter of Illusion


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