Journey to the Seventh Planet
September 24, 2020

At the beginning of Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962), the narrator paints a story of the future, this is an excerpt. “The year is 2001. Life is changed now. The planet Earth is no longer racked by wars and threats of annihilation. Man has learned to live with himself.” I wish we would’ve hit…

September 17, 2020

It’s been a long time since I’ve seen Stigmata (1999), so when I saw that it was going to be on TV, I had to put it in the DVR. I always found this film strange and disturbing. I like how they used the real stigmata location and give an explanation of the placement. This…

Color Out of Space
September 14, 2020

Color Out of Space (2019) is another interpretation of the written work of H.P. Lovecraft. I reviewed the 1965 and 1987 versions in a previous post that you can find here; this is similar to the 1987 rendition. Since this version has the same producer Mandy (2018), I had hope that it would be better…

The People Under the Stairs
September 10, 2020

You think he was white before, you should see that sucker now. Fool The transition in horror style didn’t start until later in the 90s, so I always want to consider The People Under the Stairs (1991) an 80s movie, on top of that it’s Wes Craven who didn’t transition for the 80s at all….

Night Terror
August 20, 2020

This one is odd, is it named Night Terror (1977) or Night Drive, Googling finds both? The guide with my television provider says Night Drive, but the tile is Night Terror as is the opening title screen, and Amazon lists it as Night Drive, too. Either way, I was impressed that MGM-HD showed it. I…

Deliverance (1972)
August 13, 2020

Deliverance (1972) is in the top five of the most bizarre thrillers I’ve ever seen. For those who’ve never seen the film, it’s a nice wholesome movie about four friends who go on a canoe trip down the Cahulawassee River before a hydroelectric dam is completed and floods the land. Well, that’s how it starts….

Girl on the Third Floor banner
August 10, 2020

I was very excited about watching Girl on the Third Floor (2019) until my friend, Iz, didn’t give it the best review. He, however, insisted that I watch it though he had biased me. So after my internal conflict about watching ended, I turned on Netflix and pressed play. The images from the opening credits…

The City of the Dead
August 6, 2020

It always amazes me how many movies have different names in different parts of the world; it seems like it’d be so confusing for the producers and more expensive to have two. Today, I’m talking about one of those movies The City of the Dead (UK)/Horror Hotel (US) (1960). After seeing this film, I have…

Daughter of Illusion

The Horror of My Life


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