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Rob G from Icons of Fright and Killer POV has been talking about 1995’s Habit since I started listening to the Killer POV podcast. I really wanted to watch it, but it was a little hard to find. It’s not … Continue reading
I have been ruminating on this movie since I saw it two weeks ago. It is a modern day fairytale in the vein of the original Grimm stories where there aren’t happy endings and no one was innocent. There is … Continue reading
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
Some movies are game changers. I saw Paperhouse as a teenager. Wandering through our small town video store, I was teased by the line on the cover that stated, “Paperhouse is the thinking man’s Nightmare on Elm Street.” Which is … Continue reading
My favorite punk rock documentaries with a little metal thrown in.. \m/ The Decline Of Western Civilization The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years The Decline Of Western Civilization Part III The Punk Singer A Band Called … Continue reading
Severance I recently listened to an old episode of the podcast The Movie Crypt with Green & Lynch where they interviewed Andy Nyman. One of the movies in which he had previously appeared was a movie I had watched in years past called … Continue reading
The Baby’s Room I have been wanting to share this movie with others since seeing last year. The Baby’s Room was released under the 6 Films to Keep You Awake from Lion’s Gate. I found it creepy and just a … Continue reading
Sightseers After hearing about Sightseers, I finally got the chance to see it a couple of months ago. I was immediately and completely charmed by both of the main characters. They are amazingly charismatic, especially Chris (played by Steve Oram). The … Continue reading
Bill Paxton’s directorial debut is full of plot twists, fantastic acting, and an end that leaves you guessing. Give this underrated movie a chance, it is fantastic in every way.
Spiral was co-directed by Joel David Moore and Adam Green. Before I talk specifically about Spiral, I really want to talk about the co-director Adam Green. He is the creator and director of Hatchet and (not Disney’s) Frozen (2010), creator and writer of Holliston (which is a sitcom about and … Continue reading