Tag Archives: Supernatural
The Devil's Hand Review
One of my favorite sub-genres is theological horror. There are some really great movies like The Exorcist and Saint Maud, but there are also some really bad ones, as well, like The Remaining and End of Days. Seeing that Karl Mueller wrote this movie and he also wrote/directed one of my favorite found footage movies — Mr. Jones — I decided to give The Devil’s Hand a chance. Worse case scenario, I waste 86 minutes of my time [...]
Aside from a recent return to that thing they call a movie theater after more than a year, I have really been slacking when it comes to my movie-viewing hobby. For months, films have just been stacking up all around me because, lets face it, even when I’m not watching films, I am still buying them. With no real set direction to head in, I figured what better way to re-start my film journey than with another [hopefully] good old [...]
Back when video rental stores still existed, I remember walking the aisles for what seemed like hours, hunting for the next best horror flick to watch. Now that those places have gone the way of the dinosaurs, it is almost even more difficult to choose a film for the night’s viewing. Sure, everything is at our fingertips now, but between countless streaming services to pick from and the hundreds of physical media stored on my shelves, I spend more time [...]
The Waiting Review
It has been quite a while since my last review here. While I started off the new year strong, I am sad to say that my last post was over a month ago. I’m not sure if this one will kick me back into review overdrive, but at least it’s a step in the right direction. So, after weeks of intention, let me stall no further as I dive into F.C. Rabbath’s 2020 film, The Waiting.
Come Play Review
For the last few weeks I’ve been concerned with [but horribly failing at] checking out a bunch of the horror films that I missed in 2020. I have compiled a list of movies that are being talked about in all sorts of “best of” articles, videos, and more, but it seems that there are some pretty decent ones that no one is really discussing. Read on to learn how Jacob Chase’s Come Play stacks up to the rest of the [...]
The Dead Ones Review
We are about a third of the way into October and I remain successful on my quest to join the rest of the October marathoners in the Halloween Hall of Fame. Instead of continuing to scour Netflix or Amazon Prime for horror flicks, I decided it’d be best to grab the next title from my mountainous ‘to watch’ pile. The lucky film chosen was Jeremy Kasten’s The Dead Ones.
A group of teens are sentenced to detention [...]