Category: 31 Horrors

31 Horrors 2018 – The List

Here are my 31 horrors from October. What a ride. Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986) ~ Terrible effects. The scariest thing about these films is the supposed curse attached to the series Tales of Halloween (2015) ~ Total trash. I love it Pyewacket (2017) ~ Surprisingly effective for a low budget chiller Veronica (2017) ~ Full review here The Sound (2017) – UK … Read More 31 Horrors 2018 – The List

The Most Assassinated Woman in the World (Film) Review

Or La femme la plus assassinée du monde (original title) Not much preamble today but I will say this. This film is very French and very confusing. Beautiful though. *Minor spoilers* The Most Assassinated Woman in the World (2018) IMDB Synopsis Paula Maxa is the Parisian Grand Guignol Theatre’s leading lady, famous for being murdered on stage every day. But is there a link … Read More The Most Assassinated Woman in the World (Film) Review

Final Girl Friday: Laurie Strode, Rob Zombie’s Halloween I & II

Lots of horror fans refuse to acknowledge Rob Zombie‘s place in Halloween history. Lots of people are torn about the man himself and honestly, I really get it. Personally, I’m a fan and have loved most of his movies. While Halloween & Halloween II don’t really work the way John Carpenter‘s original did*, they do at least try to explore the story from a … Read More Final Girl Friday: Laurie Strode, Rob Zombie’s Halloween I & II

3 Witchy Horrors

None of these are really horror movies and one of them is pretty much a kids movie – but you can always argue that they contain horror themes and that’s enough for me. I bet you all thought I’d choose Hocus Pocus for this list, didn’t you? I totally nearly did but young Michelle Pfeiffer pipped it to the post. I’ve no regrets. The … Read More 3 Witchy Horrors

Ouija: Origin of Evil (Film) Review

I thought maybe I’d seen this movie before but it turns out not to be true. Like exorcism movies, I always get my Ouija board films confused too. In this case I’m so glad this was new to me because I’ve been binge watching The Haunting of Hill House (2018) this weekend*, which is by the director of this movie, Mike Flanagan. And while … Read More Ouija: Origin of Evil (Film) Review

Patchwork (Film) Review

Horror month rumbles on and I for one am as happy as a clam about it. This month is something of a mish mash of horror ideas which is ironic given the premise. Shall we? Patchwork (2015) IMDB Synopsis A bombastic throw-back horror-comedy that follows three young women who go out partying one night and find themselves Frankensteined together in one body. Now they … Read More Patchwork (Film) Review