Lightning Round Reviews

I need to knock these out before November just dips out and hello December! I briefly discussed the films I saw during October, documenting my experience giving some highs and lows and overall feelings about some of the films I saw. I didn’t go through depth for all 20+ but today I am but I … Continue reading Lightning Round Reviews

Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “One Day at Horrorland” Review

Another day, another episode of Goosebumps.I’ve been heavily occupied with the outside world lately and taking care of myself that today that I am typing this out (Tuesday), I rolled the dice and on my list of up to 27 episodes to watch, it landed on 13. Well, it landed on 7 which is an … Continue reading Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “One Day at Horrorland” Review

SoH Reviews: Burnt Offerings (1976)

It’s been so long since I’ve sat down and watched a new movie. I did some calculations and the last time I watched a film, it was July and it was Piranha which I also reviewed and you can read that here! So there was definitely a break, unintentional and trying to up myself from … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Burnt Offerings (1976)

Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “The Haunted Mask” Review

Ahh another day, another episode of Goosebumps.However, unlike A Night in Terror Tower, this episode is the definition of iconic. An episode that was first premiered in primetime television hosted by The Cryptkeeper from Tales From the Crypt and did very well in the ratings.This isn’t the first book in the Goosebumps book series but … Continue reading Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “The Haunted Mask” Review

Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “A Night in Terror Tower” Review

Ahh Goosebumps, you were a part of my childhood. I watched you on Saturday mornings on Fox Kids and read and collected a few of your books! As someone who has been learning horror and rewatching the genre directed towards a younger audience, it’s interesting to watch your episodes with more fresher yet mature eyes. … Continue reading Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “A Night in Terror Tower” Review

Retro Rundown: Tales from the Darkside “Beetles” Review

"Archaeologist Arthur Hartley is accused of stealing expensive artifacts from a museum, is warned of a curse that befalls those who touch the artifacts, but won't be stopped in his quest for wealth." Or on the back of the vhs box, it reads "a chilling tale of an archeologist who enrages the ancient Egyptian gods … Continue reading Retro Rundown: Tales from the Darkside “Beetles” Review

SoH Reviews: The Amusement Park (1973, 2019)

It’s a pieced together lost film of iconic director George A. Romero.It’s filled with surreal images and very pointed commentary.Thanks to Shudder and the George A Romero Foundation, we can finally watch a film that isn’t about gore and blood and getting a “scaredy cat” reaction out of you, this is more of a slow … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Amusement Park (1973, 2019)

The Mummy (1932) Review

Today’s review is something that you either have seen or you know of the many remakes.. I’m not sure if this is available on streaming services right now but thankfully, I had this on vhs in my collection, still wrapped in plastic.I’ve been on a recurring journey of exploring horror films that are either black … Continue reading The Mummy (1932) Review

Night/Curse of the Demon (1957) Review

This movie, I don’t wanna confuse you so I’ll keep it straight forward. There are two versions of this. One, is the full 95 minutes, associated with the UK release under a slightly different title. The other, for American audiences, is short 13 minutes. Shudder luckily has the full version but titled it under the … Continue reading Night/Curse of the Demon (1957) Review

April Fools Day (1986) Review

Scanning through Prime, I found this available and made a mental note to add this movie to the watchlist, along with some others that are currently available. After wrestling with myself, I settled down and picked this movie from 1986. Now, I was aware of this movie, the title kinda gives it away but in … Continue reading April Fools Day (1986) Review