October 10, 2019

Wishmaster (1997) is the first and the best in the four movie franchise, probably because Wes Craven made this one, but not the others. There’s some great cameos and supporting roles by actors from other horror movies, which was fun to see them in different roles, though it’s always strange to see Robert Englund in any role but Freddy Krueger….

August 15, 2019

With the recent reboot of the Critters franchise, I figured I should check out Critters (1986) again, to refresh my memory of what it’s all about. The story is about aliens that escape from an asteroid prison to Earth where they wreak havoc on rural town. It’s like a mix of Gremlins (1984) and The…

July 25, 2019

Sometimes I come across a train wreck and can’t stop watching it. The Video Dead (1987) is one of those movies, and I still can’t believe I watched it to the end. It is different from other zombie movies, where cutting off their heads doesn’t kill them, but if you trick them into thinking they…

July 1, 2019

The only other gay horror/thriller that I’ve seen was a typical slasher that I loved, however today, I’m not talking about that one, I’m talking about B&B (2017). The English countryside setting is charming, even the house has potential to make a fun little gothic tale or even a vampire flick. If it’d been either,…

May 13, 2019

American Exorcist (2018) is not what I expected. During the opening sequence, I kept wondering if was watching the correct movie as it starts with an awkward office Christmas party in 1984. Even when the psychotic woman starts shooting everyone, I still wasn’t sure. At least, the cheese level in this sequence was over the…

May 6, 2019

Horror films with a touch of SciFi or vice versa are always cool, and Our House (2018) brings something different with that package. Usually, the combination has an alien or monster, but this movie adds evil spirits to the mix instead of a creature. The gradual onset of terror was OK for me in this…

March 18, 2019

The suspense as well as the strangeness of Ánimas (2018) kept me interested after the first twenty minutes. Before that point, I wasn’t sure if I was going to continue watching. I found the camera angles intriguing; I don’t see them as much in current horror as was done in the 1950s and 1960s. One…

Daughter of Illusion

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