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)
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
After Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997), Butterfly Effect 2 (2006) and Annabelle (2014), it’s now official: John R. Leonetti is among the worst horror directors ever! Mind you, I never go into a flick wishing (no pun intended) it’s awful. As a matter of fact, I’m quite excited whenever I watch a film, even when the … Continue reading A feature-length Goosebumps episode; only less scary and very uninspired. Wish Upon – movie review.
It happened to me four times that a horror movie grabbed and kept me on the edge of my seat from the opening credit scene till the end. Upon viewing Gerald’s Game twice, back-to-back, it’s now five times! Directed by Mike Flanagan and released by Netflix, this film is the latest adaptation of a novel … Continue reading The horror in one person’s memories and fears. Gerald’s Game – movie review
Whit Annabelle coming out soon (the release date in the UK is the 11th of August), I decided to make a step back to the first spinoff of this horror franchise linked to The Conjuring universe. If you previously read some of my older posts, you might have noticed that Annabelle is mentioned quite a … Continue reading Annabelle (2014) – movie review
Have you ever been let down – big time – by, say, a friend who turned out to be a huge disappointment instead of the amazing person you depicted him/her to be? Well, said friend is Alien: Covenant (2017) for me. I love Alien (1979) and Aliens (1986), I find Prometheus (2012) mentally challenging in … Continue reading Everything wrong with Alien: Covenant (spoiler filled)