June 17, 2019

Sometimes I come across a movie that leaves me speechless, (I know, amazing) and it takes me a few days to digest what I saw. Possum (2018) is a psychological thriller that made me wince and feel uneasy throughout the entire 87 minutes, and completely unable to speak about what I saw as it processed…

June 10, 2019

We Have Always Lived In The Castle (2019) is another of Shirley Jackson’s masterpieces adapted to film. I’d never heard of the novel or the movie until the other day when I was reading movie news. I’m a huge fan of her book The Haunting of Hill House and the 1963 film adaptation, The Haunting….

June 6, 2019

B-Movies always have left a lasting impression in my mind and my thoughts more than the big budget movies with big stars trying to make me feel something. When a B-Movie comes on, no matter the genre, I’m pulled in, and I never want to leave the bizarre atmosphere. The black-and-white ones are my favorites;…

June 3, 2019

Horror in 2019 has had quite the array of movies so far. I haven’t seen everything that’s been released this year, and probably won’t, I just hope that the others from this year that I do see are as good as The Prodigy (2019). I know I’ve been complaining a lot lately about horror-light, and…

May 2, 2019

If you didn’t know, I’ll tell  you now, sorry to those already know, I’m a huge Clive Barker fan. I haven’t read or seen a work of his that I haven’t enjoyed, and Book of Blood (2009) is a combination of two of his short stories, The Book of Blood (obviously) and On Jerusalem Street; both…

April 11, 2019

Lord of Illusions (1995) is a strange one indeed. While it carries a few of the characters from Clive Barker’s short story The Last Illusion, that is it, but it doesn’t stop me for enjoying both equally. Besides, it’s not like Hellraiser is an exact translation of Hellbound Heart. The story follows Harry D’Amour’s investigation…

March 19, 2019

All That Remains is like no other post-apocalyptic book I’ve ever read. It’s filled with believable characters and tells the story of their plight. The emotion level in this epic horror tale is as high as the terrifying moments. Al shows the monsters in a way that it felt like I stared them in the…

February 25, 2019

“Welcome.” Mahogany The Midnight Meat Train (2008) is an adaptation of Clive Barker’s short story of the same name and translated wonderfully into film. For once I like the filter, it gives the scenes an eerie, smoky feel. The gore is amazing; I love every bit of it from the rivers of blood, to exploding eyeballs, and…

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