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!
Shudder has become a big go to for new and exclusive content. I was very curious about the app/platform as a whole before I started investing into it and now it’s become a great platform to see new or unique or even unknown to classic horror/thriller/sci-fi films. Today we’re going to discuss a mini review … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Host (2020, Shudder)
I have watched some great horror content this year. Most of the films I’ve seen in 2020 have been either good to really good to downright surprising the heck out of me in a good way. I’ve averaged out that I’ve been watching about 5-6, maybe 7 films/content a month since January 2020 and it … Continue reading Top 10 Favorite Watches of 2020 (so far)
This movie has been on my mind since I watched it yesterday. Right up front, I don’t think I’ve seen anything like this film nor have this sensory experience either. Let’s talk about Blood Machines. Blood Machines, a sequel to the music video Turbo Killer, is a cosmic scifi, horror opera that is about machines … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Blood Machines + Turbo Killer
The franchise Hell House is a found footage docu-like series found on Shudder. It’s also on Amazon Prime but I think the first one is readily available? I don’t know. I watched all 3 in a very short amount of time so the viewings and thoughts are pretty fresh. Spoilers ahead? Kind of. Let's talk … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Hell House Series
I’ve never done a double review post before but I have been watching some really cool horror films lately through Shudder and we’re gonna talk about it. I won’t give away MOST spoilers in case you might want to check them out yourself and I really hope you will. One film is taking place in … Continue reading Terrified & Don’t Leave Home: A Double Review