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I am keeping the list confined because I could go on forever on underrated and lesser known horror movies. Enjoy and give this lesser known movies a shot! The Guest (Go see this in the theater RIGHT NOW) You’re Next … Continue reading
Let get this started with the question, “What are the best scary movies for kids?” (Also this isn’t meant to include every spooky children’s movie, just ones that meant something to me) Foreword, every child is different and has their … Continue reading
I used to feel embarrassed about my movie love. I felt like I needed to apologize for how often I watched movies, how much I spent on them, how many I purchased. But finally I hit a point where I … Continue reading
Burnt Offers is an atmospheric gem. A family of three rents the old family home of an elderly brother and sister who care for their housebound mother. The siblings rent it out infrequently yet still state they can only rent … Continue reading
No one who listens to me here should have any misconception that I am any type of professional critic. What I am is a gibbering fan with a platform. I am the safe version of a zealot, with movies for … Continue reading
These are the stories of women. Women that took different paths. Like salmon swimming upstream they fought to live their lives against the current of societal expectations. Some secretly and some out in plain sight. Finding Vivian Maier In 2009 … Continue reading
The Den Sometimes you have to take Netflix recommendations with a grain of salt. There is many a movie that I have avoided which came with their stamp of approval. But sometimes there are movies like Behind the Mask: The … Continue reading
One of the promotional rewards for contributing to Scarecrow’s kickstarter effort to go nonprofit was a top ten list that would be posted on their site. Scarecrow is a wonderful place, I happily contributed but I declined the reward. I … Continue reading
Horror Review: A hit and a miss The success: Jug Face grabbed me the moment the credits began; it pulled me in with its primitive folk art animation that foreshadows the movie’s undertone, style and people. I was really struck … Continue reading