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March 26, 2020

Sometimes I wonder why I watch the movies that I watch, then I find a fun gem like Pale Blood (1990), and I’m thankful for my slumming around with low budget vampire films. I’m not saying this movie is perfect, but it’s great nonetheless. In the beginning, George Chakiris, who plays Michael Fury, is stiff…

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 12, 2020

Once upon a time, a demon is trapped by a priest in the Catacombs (1988) below an abbey. Four hundred years later, a teacher comes to visit. Why? I’m a little puzzled about it still. One of the priests/monks who reside there is not happy that an evil, filthy woman is among them. The strangeness…

March 5, 2020

Highway to Hell (1992) is a movie I would’ve expected from 1983 or 1987, reminding me of some of my favorite post-apocalyptic films like Cherry 2000 (1987) or Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983), or even any of the original three Mad Max movies. The soundtracks are even similar as is the location. Hidden…

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 16, 2020

Wolfman’s got nards. Horace I remember when The Monster Squad came out, and I was one of the few who thought it was good. I don’t remember it being considered a horror-comedy though, and after seeing it again, I don’t see much funny. Sure, there are some clever one-liners, but that does not a comedy…

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