July 29, 2019

Sometimes I come across a horror movie that has an unexpected genuine sweetness, and Wilding (2018) is one of those films. I know it seems strange for that to occur in horror, but the scenes where Anna is learning about the world are just that. The strangeness of her being locked in the attic made…

July 19, 2019

Anthology movies are strange for me, but I do enjoy them, most of the time; The Twilight Zone movie was awesome. With some anthologies I’ve seen in the past, the stories don’t seem to fit together or the transition scenes between them are cumbersome, making it seem like a fucked up film festival. Had it…

July 4, 2019

Burnt Offerings (1976) for me is like a twisted baby of Hill House and The Shining that has a cousin at the Bates Motel. I’m still unsure why it has the title it does. That aside, I found it quite entertaining. I think Bette Davis’ role is the lowest-key character I’ve seen her play. She’s…

June 20, 2019

The Tomb (1986) is one of those films that has very little information about it. IMdb has the genre listed as Horror, Fantasy. And Wikipedia said The Tomb was a low budget film and that it’s loosely based the novel The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker. Both sources have cast list at least,…

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…

June 5, 2019

Starting a film with a tragedy is a good way to endear the leading roles to the audience, and Isabelle (2019) gives a full-throttle effort to do that. The scene was sad and melancholy, and does begin the story with a bang, opening the path for a possession that could’ve been so much better. With…

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…

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