Best & Worst Horror Movie Posters (imo)

We’re gonna discuss something that I am a BIG fan of and that is horror movie posters. When I was younger, I had TONS of them on my wall, some were horror and some were not like Bring it On, but there’s something inherently cool about movie posters. And when I was in my college … Continue reading Best & Worst Horror Movie Posters (imo)

Comfort Horror

I haven’t done this in a while, let me brush the dust off!I came up with this idea on the fly yesterday (this is being written 5/9/22) after essentially a month of no updating, writing (except poetry), reading comics, working on myself and taking a very interesting and long break but I think this is … Continue reading Comfort Horror

Favorites: Found Footage

This subgenre is hit or miss, in my opinion. You can have underrated ones, popular examples or ones that miss the mark and it can be because of something minor. I think what makes these films in general scary is that it is possible, more possible than anything else. You can come across old tapes … Continue reading Favorites: Found Footage

Horror Deep Dives

I was listening to a podcast and they were discussing horror movies (it is a horror podcast, if I can remember the name) and they were mentioning the popularity of horror versus the under the radar, you need to be a bit of a cinephile kind of horror movies that the general public doesn’t know … Continue reading Horror Deep Dives

Comedic Horror

I’m not the biggest fan of this subgenre of horror. I don’t mind them but I wouldn’t immediately rush to these types of films. I love supernatural, thriller, and even slasher horror but I wouldn’t go to comedy. But when you do it well, you do it very well and it has an impact. So … Continue reading Comedic Horror

Dysfunctional Family Horror

I’m shocked I hadn’t thought about this sooner. I guess I can give a writing generator prompt credit for bringing up a similar topic on what to write about or coming up with something fresher and left field. And boy this is left field. Families in film in general can shape the overall experience of … Continue reading Dysfunctional Family Horror

A Color Story: The Guardian (1990)

Title: The Guardian Year: 1990 Director: William Friedkin Writer(s): William Friedkin, Dan Greenburg (also novel author), Stephen Volk Producer(s): Joe Wizan Costume(s): Denise Cronenberg Cinematography: John A. Alonzo Starring: Jenny Seagrove, Dwier Brown, Carey Lowell It was time to choose a film that’s really a deep cut but also distanced from the director himself. I’ve … Continue reading A Color Story: The Guardian (1990)

The Personal Childhood Horror Era

I love youtube.I also dislike youtube but the majority of the time, I like it. I got the inspiration for this post based off a few trending videos based around this topic of things we might have been influenced by as children that created some trauma. Not in the tragic definition of the word but … Continue reading The Personal Childhood Horror Era

100 Scariest Movie Moments Challenge

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

Favorites: Top 10 Slashers

I’ve done these “favorites” lists for a while, as a way for you guys to get to know me and my taste levels of the genre. This one was a bit more difficult because the subject is quite oversaturated in my opinion. Especially when we break it up into decades and the 80s is right … Continue reading Favorites: Top 10 Slashers