Bio: My movie interests include things such as cars, westerns, zombies, WW2, werewolves, horror, Quentin Tarantino and crime. I don't have a favourite genre, although I mostly seem to watch action, drama and horror.
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|95 97%||Vuelven (2017) - Oct 25, 2021
"A movie that is both beautiful and ugly at the same time, the true horror is that while the person watching the movie is probably mostly safe and comfortable, kids are living in these perilous conditions for real somewhere. The fantasy elements are creepy and wonderful and the child actors do a wonderful job. Really just my kind of movie, I guess."
|55 28%||The Black Cat (1981) - Oct 24, 2021
"It's a lot more subdued Fulci movie than you might be used to seeing, but I just kept thinking how difficult it is to make a cat do what you want in a movie. It's a bit too drawn out to hold your interest, but I did like the bats suspended from the strings. The scenes from the cats' POV were nice, too."
|80 84%||Kuroneko (1968) - Oct 24, 2021
"The play of light and darkness is fantastic, and it works so well in B&W. Very haunting and beautifilly shot, it works to blur the line between the monster and the victim. It's got some weirdo nightmare qualities to it for sure, so while I wasn't as enthralled by it as I was by Onibaba (a comparison that's going to happen no matter what), it did keep me invested in the story and the strong visuals all the same."
|45 17%||The Resident (2011) - Oct 23, 2021
"The acting and cinematography work and some of the stuff that the bad guy gets up to is disturbing. The plot is weak, though, and it's just kind of boring after a while and you know what's going to happen in the end, anyway."
|30 9%||The Woman in Black: Angel of Death (2015) - Oct 19, 2021
"The premise seems excellent with the fear of bombs descending upon London during WW2, but after they get to the spooky house, the plot just deteroriates from there. While the imagery and mood is certainly creepy at times, the thrills are just not there and the plot proves to be incredibly boring and generic."
|75 70%||Only the Brave (2017) - Oct 17, 2021
"The movie has a stellar cast and the true story that it recounts is a devastating one. The pacing felt a bit uneven at times so that it did drag on in some places, but not enough to make one grow bored. The leapfrogging just could have been fixed."
|57 31%||The Burning (1981) - Oct 16, 2021
"I'm not a huge fan of the slasher genre but more of a supernatural horror fan, but as far as slashers of this era go, this one's pretty entertaining with some good ol' gore for its time. Some horrible characters with equally horrible acting, though and yet... yeah, I still kinda liked it."
|55 28%||Ghost Story (1981) - Oct 15, 2021
"It had some better moments at times but overall it's slow and way too long to hold my interest effectively, The highlight of the movie is definitely Alice Krige and her outstanding way of portraying the super creepy temptress, Eva."
|73 65%||The Haunting (1963) - Oct 13, 2021
"It's a good ol' horror movie with a genuinely creepy mood and an amazing setting with the house itself. There are some neat camera tricks there as well (like the shot through the mirror) and a lot of tension is achieved by the use of different shots themselves. I can appreciate that when a lot of the modern horror relies so much on cheap jump scares."
|70 57%||The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) - Oct 12, 2021
"It is a different zombie movie for sure, with some interesting concepts that I haven't seen before. I was left with a feeling that there could have been even more examination to the way the characters think to flesh them out more as the plot is based a lot on the character motivations and emotions. Still, I very much enjoyed it, but I also think that being a fan of 'The Last of Us' -games contributed to this some."