The Droving
July 27, 2020

The Droving (2020) was on my 2020 Horror Movie watchlist; at least I can get some of them watched thanks to Amazon and Netflix. For those who don’t know, droving is the practice of walking livestock over long distances. For being an 80-minute movie, I was concerned with my boredom at 13 minutes into the…

July 23, 2020

Oh, the cheese, the glorious cheese, how I yearn for your touch. Parasite (1982), if anything else, is a cheese-fest. The setting is a post-apocalyptic USA, where using Styrofoam burger boxes is apparently the rage in decorating. I wasn’t sure if they were Big Mac or Whopper containers, it’s been so long since they used…

July 20, 2020

Chiller Films made/distributed a few movies, not sure if they’ll continue now that ChillerTV is no longer a thing, I guess we’ll see what SYFY does. Beneath (2013) is one of those enormous animal films, you know like Lake Placid (1999) and the hundreds of others. For this one, it’s a giant catfish, yeah, you…

Tales from the Crypt Presents: The Ritual
July 13, 2020

I loved the HBO series, Tales From The Crypt, back in the day, and when I came across Tales from the Crypt Presents: The Ritual (2001), I couldn’t resist the urge to emerge into the cheese. The movie has an interesting beginning where a doctor melts, there’s a girl who has a deal with him…

Black Noon
July 9, 2020

Black Noon (1971) is a low-budget, made for TV Western Horror film that has some very rocky acting and sets that look like were made for a high school presentation of Oklahoma. That being said, it’s still a great movie and I’m quite surprised the content was allowed on TV. The ultra-dramatic musical score adds…

Diary of a Madman
July 2, 2020

I find it surprising that Diary of a Madman (1963) isn’t an American International Pictures film, the style is very similar, but it does star Vincent Price. This film is based on Guy de Maupassant’s short stories Le Horla and Un fou. It was also advertised as “The most terrifying motion picture ever created!” I’ve…

After Midnight
June 11, 2020

After Midnight (1989) is another anthology film that threw three short films together with no rhyme or reason. They were supposed to be scary but weren’t really. I liked the main story about the sexy beast of a psychology professor, played by Ramy Zada, who is teaching fear. Now, that could’ve been something good had…

Dark Floors
June 8, 2020

Dark Floors (2008) has been on my watch list for a while, and now that I’ve finally seen it, I’m left feeling empty or at least not full. I saw the trailer for it, and that’s how it came to be on my watch list. I thought it was going to be terrifying, but they…

Daughter of Illusion

The Horror of My Life


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