Another year has come and gone, which means 12 more months of horror has to be discussed. While I’ve been thinking of this list for some weeks now, I have been dreading making it for just as long.
I am not the greatest when it comes to ranking films, so the list you are about to jump into will be in no particular order. My memory also isn’t the greatest, so I’m already sure that I will be forgetting something, [...]
Tomorrow is New Year’s Eve and I will be spending most of the day with my family. For this reason, it is safe to say that tonight was the last chance I had to get one final review in for 2019. Wanting to end the year on a good note, I decided to actually re-watch a film that I have already seen and I know for a fact I enjoy. The film I decided to re-visit is Chris Sun’s Boar [...]
The Shed Review
The horror genre can be broken down into a ton of sub-genres. While some are done to death, there are others that I wouldn’t mind seeing more of. One of those is the vampire sub-genre. Luckily I’ve now got one more that I can revisit from time to time with Frank Sabatella’s The Shed.
After finding out that a vampire has inhabited his shed, Stanley’s already rough life takes a turn for the worse.
Holiday Hell Review
I’m not sure I’d ever see a full night of peaceful sleep again if I were to let this holiday season come and go without reviewing at least one Christmas-themed horror flick. Thankfully, I put in an order of some new movies recently that arrived just in time. Thus, tonight’s viewing pleasure went to the 2019 anthology film, Holiday Hell.
Amelia is looking for the perfect gift for her sister and must endure four horrifying tales from [...]
In a year that has given us a lot of great films, there are still plenty that I have missed out on. With only a few shorts weeks left in 2019, I am trying my hardest to fill in some of the gaps that I’ve left over the past 12 months. One film that came out of nowhere that I can now scratch off of this list is Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky’s Freaks.
After seven [...]
As we draw closer to the end of 2019, I continue my mission of squeezing in as many horror flicks as I possibly can. My schedule doesn’t allow for as many as I’d like, but I am lucky enough to get in at least a few each week. Tonight’s viewing happened to be of a film by the late Ryan Nicholson entitled Famine.
Five years after a prank gone horribly wrong, a group of students are participating [...]