“Do You Not Know We Will Judge the Angels?”: A 15 Year Retrospective on Silent Hill (2006)

Silent Hill is currently streaming for free with ads on Crackle as of this writing. Silent Hill has been one of my favorite horror movies since it came out in 2006. The tone, music, and disturbing visuals are captivating. Christophe Gans's direction is great and he mostly avoids the music video style of editing that … Continue reading “Do You Not Know We Will Judge the Angels?”: A 15 Year Retrospective on Silent Hill (2006)

Why You Should Watch: New Year, New You (2018)

Sophia Takal's New Year, New You is a brilliant genre take on influencer culture, tension in friendships, and how far we should be when punishing people for past transgressions. From IMDb: A group of old friends gather for a girl's night on New Years Eve. But as they begin to rehash old memories, many of … Continue reading Why You Should Watch: New Year, New You (2018)

Why You Should Watch: Tales from the Hood (1995)

From IMDb: A funeral director tells four strange tales of horror with an African American focus to three drug dealers he traps in his place of business. This well-written and complex anthology is one of those movies you will like the more and more you think about it. I'm not usually a fan of horror … Continue reading Why You Should Watch: Tales from the Hood (1995)

5 Best Christmas Horror Movies You Can Stream Right Now

Confession: I haven't seen a lot of Christmas horror movies. So my top five are basically most of the ones I've seen. While I work on rectifying that, I wanted to take a peek and see what movies are freely available online to watch with the highest IMDb ratings. So if you too are looking … Continue reading 5 Best Christmas Horror Movies You Can Stream Right Now

The Trans Woman Behind The Shining

When you think of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, music may not be the very first element to pop into your head. But like many horror films, the soundtrack is a crucial component of creating the atmosphere of dread throughout the movie. It probably isn’t shocking to know Kubrick was difficult to work with, and this extended … Continue reading The Trans Woman Behind The Shining

6 Christmas Movie/Christmas Horror Movie Double Features for 2020

I'm in Facebook group called The Big Gay Horror Fan Club, and a few days ago someone posted a great prompt. They were looking for Christmas movies to pair together with Christmas horror movies. Considering a lot of holiday festivities will have to be cancelled or reworked this year, I wanted to share some suggestions … Continue reading 6 Christmas Movie/Christmas Horror Movie Double Features for 2020

My Top 5 Hopes for the New 2021 Resident Evil Reboot Movie

I will go in with an open mind and wallet no matter what, but there's only so much one can take after Paul W.S. Anderson's shitshow of a franchise and 2020. I need a win with this new Resident Evil reboot movie. Especially after the announcement that the Netflix series will be about... *drumroll*...the Wesker … Continue reading My Top 5 Hopes for the New 2021 Resident Evil Reboot Movie

Why You Should Watch: The Invisible Man (2020)

From IMDb: When Cecilia's abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see. To understand why I enjoyed this so much, I think it is … Continue reading Why You Should Watch: The Invisible Man (2020)

#31HorrorFilms31Days 2020: A Frank Post-Mortem

2020 the Movie from my Laptop's Perspective Every October I watch at least 31 horror films. I tweet about each film, but here are my more in-depth thoughts on what I watched. Here's what I watched this year in the order that I watched them: Arbitrary Awards: Most Liked Tweet: In Search of Darkness This was … Continue reading #31HorrorFilms31Days 2020: A Frank Post-Mortem