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Blatantly stolen from Michael Montoure’s Tumblr: Night of the Demons! Here’s a little context for last night’s liveblogging: Usually, the horror movies at jenniferlovely‘s weekly Friday night gatherings are ones she has carefully curated and chosen, quality movies she can … 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
So life, upheaval, and death happened and I hit hermit mode. The upside due to some decisions and changes I have more time to watch movies. The downside is I also hit the wall and had no bandwidth to actually … Continue reading
Remember that party where everyone was wasted and annoying, you were completely sober, and it was a whole bunch of not fun? That was my feeling upon rewatching Gothic last Friday for my WMF horror movie showing. I purchased the … Continue reading
Netflix had tried for years to convince me that I needed to see Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. I stuck to my guns and told them, “No way Netflix, I don’t like slashers, Robert Englund doesn’t do … Continue reading
Phantasm is just as delightfully wacky as I remembered, and the Tall Man just as frightening.
The Sacrament opens with a reality TV show correspondent speaking with a young photographer whose sister has had drug problems in the past which lead her to join a sober living community in rural Mississippi. She writes him, asking him to … 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
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.