Tag Archives: Ghosts
It’s Like He’s Haunting Me
The general, non-horror loving population would have you believe that all the genre is about is shock and awe, blood and gore. The wonderful truth is that this is most certainly not the case. There are filmmakers out there that can dive deeper than all of that and present a story in which their viewers can actual relate to in some way, shape, or form. A perfect example of this type of brilliant filmmaking is Axelle Carolyn’s Soulmate.
Can we Call Them Now?
I don’t understand why I’ve heard so much criticism about Andrés Muschietti’s “Mama” ever since its official release earlier this year. Horror fans are always looking for original scripts and new ideas and once one finally comes along, it’s not good enough.
Any movie that has a young child on all fours is creepy as hell. Megan Charpentier and Isabelle Nélisse did fantastic jobs as Victoria and Lilly, respectively, and made the film that much more enjoyable. The premise of [...]