On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, I went to watch a movie called Halloween with a few mates. The movie was good. Going from one thing to another, the film started off with two people going to a mental hospital to see Michael Myers.
The air is moving.Fritz left a door open somewhere.
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The first horror movie I ever watched with my parents was Halloween when I was 10 years old. My dad wanted me to see it, and despite my mom's reluctance, the three of us watched it together. I remember being scared but at the same time thinking it was such a cool movie. The special effects were nothing to brag about and many would just describe it as just another one of those slasher films, but what makes it stand out to me is the suspense that you feel throughout the entire film. The eerie music, the unsuspected suspenseful surprises, and the heavy sounds of Michael Meyers' breath as the film ends... all of those little things are really what ties the movie together and makes it a classic horror flick.
I love watching horror movies all year round but particularly in October, and considering Netflix UK has a decent sized catalogue of horror movies I figured I would put together a list of some of my favourites in time for you to watch some for Halloween.
Good day my friends! It may be a little early; I know as I usually only give you a fresh movie review on Wednesdays. But for this latest move review I just couldn't wait. They say patience is a virtue and we should all have patience in life. But in this case I felt I had waited long enough! Haha! Guess there is only so much patience in all of us. Usually I have tons of it! Kind of a funny thing patience, there are times that we can oodles of it and there are times that we none at at all. Each time our reaction to the result can be different. Things can turn out just as we hoped or even better or it can something that we were not expecting with a negative result. That is often the way it is with the movies that we see. We see the trailer for a movie and it looks so good that we just can't wait to see it and it is everything we hoped for and more or it turns out to be horrible. And with our latest review this sequel was 40 years in the making with several lacklustre sequels given to us in this movie franchise that really just didn't measure up to expectations. What movie am I talking about? Well that movie is Halloween. The direct sequel to the 1978 hit and swept away all the sequels that were made before it. This is the sequel that creator of the movie John Carpenter actually had wanted. This movie brings back scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween, Trading Places) as Laurie Strode, Judy Greer (Ant-Man) as Karen and Andi Matichak as Allyson. So we have waited 40 years for a proper sequel to this legendary horror movie franchise, let's see if our patience paid off shall we?
Well that was fucking different... I was half considering making one of my nonsense "pretentious art snob" parody reviews about this but I think I want to actually talk about this movie. Which is funny, because unlike normal, I'm kinda at a loss for words.
As far as can think of, this is my first horror sequel that I went to see on the big screen, and for good reason.
After her father's untimely death in a car accident, Kilee (Brec Bassinger) moves with her mother Sarah (Kristy Swanson) and sister Chrissy (Madison Lawlor) to a new town to start fresh. This proves difficult, however, as the family is still coming to terms with their loss, with both siblings harboring blame and resentment for one another regarding the tragedy. On top of that, Kilee quickly finds herself at the mercy of relentless bully Tina (Ashlee Füss) soon after arriving at her new school, with her only source of comfort coming in the form of her handsome history teacher Mr. McCabe (Chris Prascus).
You know what? I'm actually pretty impressed that Arnie didn't completely faff this movie up. He actually did an unexpectedly good job. Unfortunately, that's where my appreciation for this movie ends. Happily discovering that Arnold didn't ham up the acting isn't enough to make a decent flick, I'm sorry to say.
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