This movie was interesting… ...in the manner that I felt familiar with it despite experiencing it for the first time. I didn’t particularly take notes but I was watching the film intently and these are some genuine responses and questions about this “found footage” film but it is done in a unique way which I'm … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Antrum (The Deadliest Film Ever Made)
It's not the Christmas season or Christmas in July but somehow, we're going to discuss a Christmas episode from HBO's Tales from the Crypt today! I know the later seasons of Crypt are just so random as fuck and off the hinges but the earlier seasons, especially when the show gets its footing are great. … Continue reading And All Through the House: Tales from the Crypt (1989)
A few weeks ago, Comet TV was showing a film with a familiar face: Jeffrey Combs. Granted, I recognized the other two actors alongside him (Ken Foree, Barbara Crampton) and it was the film From Beyond. It then reminded me, fuck, I had never seen Re-Animator. Yes, I am one of those people who take … Continue reading The Hype of Re-Animator: Is it valid?
What movie should I watch? Can you recommend something for me? What movies have you seen? As a horror blogger, I get this question or a variation of it a lot which is…what horror movie should I watch? And the honest answer is that it varies. Some can handle most if not all types of … Continue reading SoH Horror Guide
There is something inherently off putting when children are the main focus in a horror film. We see children as a source of innocence, naivety, we want to protect them and shield them from all the evil in the world as much as we can. But what horror (or the other sub genres like thrillers, … Continue reading Children & Horror: The Loss of Innocence
There’s not a lot of television shows that stick with me long after they are off the air. However, I started to think about one particular show that despite a short run and a very passionate fanbase, I can only hope that one day this show will come back in some form. A film, miniseries, … Continue reading Hannibal: A tale of Horror and Elegance
I go into watching movies for the first time with an open mind. I’m neither excited or lazying myself into watching. I am not sure how long this film has been sitting in my watchlist (I used Prime to watch this) but I’m thankful that I did. It’s an eerie, slow building, impact horror/indie film … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Carnival of Souls (1962)
It's been 5 months since I've done this. It's been close to two months in quarantine life. This is what I've been up to in the past few weeks...months... I cannot keep up! Current Quarantine Life: I’m not currently working (I work at the city zoo) so I spend a lot of time watching youtube, … Continue reading About Me Part II