I cannot even begin to fathom what the fuck I just watched. Maybe it was because I took an all-nighter and the drowsiness was starting to take effect on my conscious mind. It’s not a simple task to comprehend all the uncanny, otherworldly imagery you’ve glimpsed on the big screen when your eyelids start to […]Read More Spooktober reviews – Suspiria (2018)
You know who’s trending nowadays (apart from the obvious)? Jeremy Saulnier!Read More Spooktober reviews – Murder Party
Jason Vorhees, Leatherface, Freddy Kruger, Chucky, Ghostface and of course, Michael Myers. Six of horror’s most iconic slasher villains, but only one of them got a movie released this October. Could it be too much for Kyrios to handle? Could this be the end for Energized and Salty?Read More Spooktober reviews – Halloween (2018)
Well, I’m a bit late on this one, considering everybody and their dog has probably seen or at least heard of this horror extravaganza.Read More Spooktober reviews – Sinister
So apparently this is so-called “torture porn with plot.” The writers of Saw and Hostel should take some good notes on this.Read More Spooktober reviews – I Saw the Devil
The director of The Raid decides to have a go at directing a horror flick. It goes just as well as you’d expect, though did he go a little too far on the brutality?Read More Spooktober reviews – Apostle
What’s worse than a bad horror film? Well, that answer is simple, its one that isn’t even scary.Read More The Promise (2017 Thai horror flick) review (warning, minor spoilers)
The ocean is a wondrous place, is it not? But alongside that, comes a fleeting feeling of fear. The fear of the unknown is a common sentiment people have regarding the big blue sea; in fact, it’s been noted somewhere that over 80% of the world’s oceans have been left unexplored. Various features that trigger […]Read More The Meg review – we all live in a yellow submarine!
We’ve sinned, and this has been the result. I swear, this is truly the antichrist, and he has come to kickstart judgement day. We haven’t repented enough! We’re screwed! Oh, tis a dark time we live in. But alas, it is to be expected. Honestly, it’s so dark that my wrists have appeared to have […]Read More Christopher Robin review – This ain’t Winnie the Pooh anymore
While watching Eighth Grade, I began reminiscing about my time back in middle school (and high school for that matter because barely anything changed). I’m kind of nervous about telling you all this because it seems personal to me, but its got a lot to do with the review so I’ll bite.Read More Eighth Grade review – Middle school woes.