I’ve mentioned the Bravo special 100 Scariest Movie Moments (2004) on here a few times; it is the special (documentary) that really piqued my interests in OTHER horror movies that I wasn’t aware of like Phantasm, Alice Sweet Alice, Duel, Suspiria, It’s Alive, The Wicker Man and so many, many more. I have been a … Continue reading 100 Scariest Movie Moments Challenge
Scream Queens are a huge part of the horror genre. They are our final girls who at the end defeat the “evil” or the bad guy. They are victorious, they come out on top and they become stronger. They become the face of power in horror. We cheer for them, we root for them, we … Continue reading Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street Review
2019 was the year of first watching for me. Movies you have heard of but never saw, releases of new, older classics, I pushed myself out of a “comfort zone” and watched films I never thought I’d get the chance to see. Thanks to Prime, Shudder, my ever growing collection in horror media (dvds, vhs), … Continue reading 2019 Horror Watchlist!
I love documentaries. I love commentary. I just love hearing and learning about people’s experiences, especially in film and television. Now, it has taken me this long to watch this documentary, mostly because of time and until I got Shudder, I probably wouldn't have found the time to watch. I am talking about Crystal Lake … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Crystal Lake Memories
This documentary is the reason why I wanted to get Shudder. I remember seeing the countless ads and trailers for it on youtube and of course my interest was sparked. As someone who is a) a horror fan, b) a black woman and c) a film and history fan, this documentary spoke to me, educated … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Horror Noire