Thoughts on We Are The Flesh, the most disturbing movie I have seen in 2017

Tenemos la Carne, translated to English as We Are The Flesh, is a Mexican horror movie with a French/Mexican production that had its limited theatrical release in January. As you can imagine, I put my hands on it very late. In fact, I wasn't able to check it out until a few days ago. I'm here, … Continue reading Thoughts on We Are The Flesh, the most disturbing movie I have seen in 2017

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The Classics of Horror #17 – The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Regarded as one of the greatest films ever made, Jonathan Demme’s The Silence of the Lambs is the only horror movie to be awarded for Best Picture by the Academy and third to be nominated in the category after The Exorcist (1973) and Jaws (1975). When I personally think about this masterpiece, I feel like … Continue reading The Classics of Horror #17 – The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

TOP 10 spookiest scenes in 2017 horror films (so far)

Hey guys, happy Friday the 13th! Last year, to make a Friday the 13th special, I wrote a reflection upon the Jason Voorhees movies formula. I don’t really like that post anymore, thus I decided to swap tone this time around. As a result, I came up with a list of the top 10 most … Continue reading TOP 10 spookiest scenes in 2017 horror films (so far)

The end of a production nightmare. Amityville: The Awakening – movie review

Back in 2013 the Weinstein Company announced that Amityville: The Awakening would be released to theatres in January of 2015, adding a tenth film to the official series – 18th considering spin-offs and remakes, 22nd including the movies from The Conjuring universe! Ever since, there have been rumours stating that the female lead (Bella Thorne) … Continue reading The end of a production nightmare. Amityville: The Awakening – movie review

Pet Sematary (1989) – movie review

I owe this one to Candace Krissie (hope I spelled your name right, my friend), who solved a puzzle in one of my previous posts and got herself a review as a reward! Her pick was Pet Sematary, another Stephen King’s adaptation, this time around adapted by the author himself to a movie. This is … Continue reading Pet Sematary (1989) – movie review

The Classics of Horror #16 – Misery (1990)

Legend says that Stephen King, dissatisfied by his latest adaptations, asked Rob Reiner to work on the transposition of his novel Misery (1987) to film. The director behind the awesome Stand by me (1986) agreed to work on a King’s source material once again. As a result, Misery (the movie) came out in 1990, starring … Continue reading The Classics of Horror #16 – Misery (1990)

Baby Blues (2008) – movie review

I owe this one to my friend Jimmy Ray Davis, who solved a puzzle and got himself a review of his choice as a reward. As a matter of fact, I’m also quite happy about his pick, since it gave me the opportunity to watch and talk about a movie I haven’t seen or heard … Continue reading Baby Blues (2008) – movie review

The Classics of Horror #15 – A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Being the intelligent filmmaker he was, in the early 80s Wes Craven decided to get out of the hole he dug himself in with his early exploitation flicks. Great quality exploitation, though, with The Last House on the Left (1972) being a genre-defining, twisted flick and The Hills Have Eyes (1977) being a fun, extreme … Continue reading The Classics of Horror #15 – A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

When a bank robbery with James Franco goes wrong. The Vault – movie review

The Vault is a horror/thriller which revolves around a great and compelling mystery: trying to figure out what the hell James Franco is doing in this movie! With Stephen King’s IT (review coming – very – soon) hitting theatres and making audiences go crazy, every other horror movie out there is being overlooked and, most … Continue reading When a bank robbery with James Franco goes wrong. The Vault – movie review