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Movie Review - 'Cargo' (2017)
We have no idea what it was that bit you.It had fingers, Andy!Fuck! If there’s one genre with so many releases that you get tired of it, it’s certainly the zombie genre. I’m sure this kind of movies is made on a daily basis. Movies in which infected undead stumble around, searching for victims, to have a portion of juicy brains. Most movies aren’t very innovative and all known clichés are being used. But occasionally you come across something completely different where they want to give a new direction to the zombie genre. Just like inMaggieit’s about a father who wants to protect his daughter. Only, little Rosie (Finlay and Nova Sjoberg) isn’t aware of any threat.
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'The Void' (2016)
Let me just start out by saying, there was a LOT about this movie that was testing my fucking patience. It really prayed on "Weaker Sex Syndrome" far too often, and for a hot second, I could swear they were doing "Gladiator Moments." There was scene after scene of what seemed like completely unrelated artsy bullshit. Thank god I was wrong about that because I really wanted to like this movie just from the premise.
'The Chalk Man': C.J. Tudor Review
I noticed this book as I was browsing WHSmiths at Birmingham Airport. I always like to take a gander at the books they have in their recommended, best selling, and half price sections. However, this book was harmoniously shoved with the magazines on the other side of the library section. That’s what caught my eye, the fact that it was propped in such an odd place. The front cover pulled me in further, telling my brain to reach out and grab it. Furthermore, Stephen King had read it. Stephen King. Anything recommended by him must be good, I thought. So, of course, I did pick it up, to the bemusement of my partner who was going to pay for it.Tiffany Purcell
'New Orleans Vampires' by Marita Woywod Crandle - Book Review
We all know that New Orleans is a city filled with the supernatural. From The Originals on CW to Anne Rice’s novels to AHS: Coven on FX and all the books, movies, shows, museums, and stories in between, they sure showcase that. But if you're planning a trip to the Big Easy yourself, first grab a copy of New Orleans Vampires by Marita Woywod Crandle. Instead of the made-up, TV-perfect vampires we know and love, Crandle will take you into the world of real vampires in New Orleans. And while they may not always be as glamorous, or as beautiful, as our favorite vampires of TV and books, they are the real, truthful, traditional vampires of New Orleans—and it's best to know who to look out for on your nightly strolls through the French Quarter.Kristen Barenthaler
I've Been Hearing Strange Noises Coming from My Basement and Things Have Just Been Getting Worse (Pt. 2)
We had just moved into the house and my mom, being the extremely superstitious person, she is, decided to get a priest to check out the house. Looking back, I’m not sure why we even needed a priest but what I do remember was the priest warning my mom about three areas of the house, about the “bad energy” he was feeling and that some action needed to be taken.
My Review of 'Bird Box'
I know what you're already thinking: How can a Netflix movie be good? Well, it happens every so often. Don't get me wrong, the majority of the Netflix exclusive movies aren't very stellar. The majority of the movies on the streaming service are usually quick straight to video quality movies. They have a ton of romantic comedies which aren't too bad. Then there are a whole slew of so-called serious movies that are either not bad or you quit watching halfway into it.Brian Anonymous
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Dig Two Graves' (2014)
This movie is Oscar material as far as I'm fucking concerned. It also touches my hillbilly roots a little bit. So if you want an idea of the kinds of wife’s tales I grew up on, you can watch this movie and get a good feel for them.
'Bird Box' Netflix Movie Review: Never Lose Sight of Survival!!
Welcome Netflix fans!! I hope you all are having a marvelous day in this new year!! Today, I’m reviewing the brand new Netflix movie Bird Box. You guys know that in my reviews, I like to write about the good and the bad, but I’m also going to share my thoughts on this movie and give a score at the end.Michael Reynoso
Review's Review: 'Bird Box'
Now, I've enjoyed Bird Box; I thought the movie was at least a 4/5, I liked the intensity of the character of Sandra Bullock, her protection of the children, I hate jump-scares in general, not because they are scary but just because in most of the situations, jump scares are not needed, and this movie does not follow that scheme.
Top 10 Scariest Movie Endings
These movie finales certainly know how to send a chill down your spine. Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the "Top 10 Scariest Movie Endings."
Not a Love Story (Pt. 2)
"Dr. Ben," she whispered into the phone. "William is hurt." A long pause, then a stern voice, "I'm on my way." Dr. Ben had always taken care of her and kept her alive for the torture. "She's a hard one to kill," he would say as he dressed her wounds, hooked up make-shift iv's and administered various mysterious medications. Now he would do the same for William Dollar Bill. She had seen the photos, and all the power that had once belonged to Dollar, now belonged to her.
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Land Shark' (2017)
I was scrolling through Tubi which has a multitude of cheese movies and came across one entitled Land Shark. Apparently, my wife had seen this hot mess before and suggested it as a potential good-bad movie. I have to tell you, it did not disappoint. In the category of "So Bad It's Good" I'd place this gem along side the original Carnosaur. Of course, Carnosaur didn't have CGI to work with, so mostly all they had was a green screen and a dinosaur hand puppet. Land Shark doesn't leave out the hand puppet but I really wished they'd leaned on the practical FX more than CGI.