May 20, 2019

Moving to a new place for work is always a little stressful, but the move for Lisa and Adam in Malicious (2018) was too easy. They walk into a beautiful house that is furnished and ready for them to start living. Too bad, that doesn’t last as Becky (Lisa’s sister) sends them a housewarming gift…

May 16, 2019

Chinese, Japanese, Dirty Knees, Look at these. “Baby” Firefly I loved Rob Zombie’s 2003 House of 1000 Corpses, and this sequel kept me just as intrigued and delighted. After the police raid their homestead, Baby and Otis escape and wait for Captain Spaulding at the Kahiki Palms motel. The couple’s psychosis continues as they take…

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 9, 2019

The set for Session 9 (2001) is fantastic; I’m surprised they use its real name, Danvers State Hospital, but I guess it saves money without having to change props. I can see why they chose the location as it’s creepy. I also enjoy how they adopted the use of camera angles without going 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…

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 29, 2019

Horror that isn’t horror at all is the trend of late for many movies I’ve seen this year. The Witch In The Window (2018) is what I consider horror-lite, but it’s not like the others like this that I’ve judged roughly and tossed aside with a lower than a three-star review. This one grabbed my…

April 25, 2019

The second Clive Barker story I read was Cabal (I still have the 1st Edition Hardcover I bought when I was in college), and to my delight in 1990 Nightbreed was released on the big screen. It is the first movie that I’m conscious of seeing that was adapted from a book; with Hellraiser, I…

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