Ah Final Girls, it’s a trope that has been around since the beginning of the slasher genre yet coined by a woman Carol J. Clover in her novel, Men, Women and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film circa 1992 and since then, we have used the term for the “last standing” girl (or sometimes … Continue reading Favorites: Ranking the Final Girls
Halloween is next week, as well as the full moon which… how cool and serendipitous is that? But since we still have time before the month ends and we enter November, I wanted to share some cool recommendations to explore if you’re looking for something new outside of AMC’s horror marathon or 31 Nights of … Continue reading SoH Presents: Spooky Recs!
Another day, another favorites post. Today however, is something that has been in the works or at least on my mind for the past few “favorites” and it’s time to talk about Stephen King and some of my top favorite adaptations of his works. His birthday was just last month and it’s spooky season where … Continue reading Favorites: Stephen King Adaptations
A movie that I have “seen” but have not “seen”. A movie that since it’s release has really garnered a lot of critical and audience praise for being campy, fun and unique. We’re talking about the 2010 but 2011 released film The Cabin in the Woods and this is my official first time watching the … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Cabin in the Woods
un·der·rate /ˌəndə(r)ˈrāte verb past tense: underrated; past participle: underrated, underestimate the extent, value, or importance of (someone or something). “a very underrated film” Grease, Carousel, West Side Story, Hamilton, Newsies, Rocky Horror, Aida, Hairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar, Hair… these musicals (and others I haven’t named) have transcended time and become a part of musical history, … Continue reading Underrated: Repo The Genetic Opera
When we discuss horror or the overall genre, this particular subject pops up often: what’s your favorite sequel or least favorite, what would you recommend? We have ideas that sequels don’t hold up well to the original, maybe there shouldn’t be any sequels at all but this is for the ones who dig sequels and … Continue reading Horror Sequels Recommended
So this is somewhat inspired by a vhs/dvd of Boogeymen but in my own opinion. If you do not know about Boogeymen, it was a compilation of “icons” of horror but it was most 90% popular and then 10% of unknowns (which is great for exposure) put together with classic scenes and some trivia about … Continue reading Top 10 List of Horror Icons (new & classic)
un·der·rate /ˌəndə(r)ˈrāt/ Learn to pronounce verb past tense: underrated; past participle: underrated underestimate the extent, value, or importance of (someone or something). "a very underrated film" -- Stephen King has tons of works adapted to both the small screen and the big ones. From IT, The Stand, Pet Sematary, Salem’s Lot, to lesser known The … Continue reading Underrated: Stephen King’s Rose Red
I thought about how there’s so little you know of me or my tastes. From tumblr to here, I was more focused on showcasing cinematography in horror and all the beautiful shots and lighting and yet never expressed what are my favorites. Who are my favorite directors, favorite Stephen King adaptations, who are my favorite … Continue reading Favorites Series: Supernatural Horror
October 2019 was the month of watching a lot of classic or unconventional horror but I wanted to share the films I watched and enjoyed this October. I didn’t do 31 films, I did not have time for that with my work schedule so I tried squeezing in as much as I could. These are … Continue reading October Viewer Party!