Better keep your eyes peeled. Spiders are crawling right under our noses.
Okay... NEVER base your ENTIRE FUCKING PLOT on something that is considered to be a huge no-no in writing. And what I speak of, is running your plot in circles. Bold effort, I give them that! And I have to admit, there was a lot to like about this movie. But it was—and this really isn't a spoiler—specifically designed to go round and fucking round in giant plot circle. How is it okay to write a plot that is literally intended to go round in fucking circles?!
You don’t read the book.
The book reads you.
Yes, it’s Rosemary’s Baby alright.
Hello, and welcome back to Second Chances where the maligned and forgotten get their day in court.
What do you mean you watched a cursed videotape last weekend?
When you return to earth, please don’t bring an alien back with you!
As a horror head, one of the most interesting things I ever heard about horror was from my father. When he was a kid, the idea of Godzilla scared the shit out of him. Today, we crave something more out of modern horror. The idea of being scared by Kaiju sounds kinda cute, really. Even with the advent of Shin Godzilla, going back to the roots of the evil king lizard, it's not what anyone would really consider scary.
If the name Lily C.A.T. sounds familiar to you, it's probably because the film made it to the number four spot on my 10 Best Horror Anime for Halloween list a few weeks ago.
You’re not my coach anymore, dad.
That top predator crap doesn’t help.
I can say this for the new phone based slasher movie A.M.I: It's better than the equally phone obsessed nationwide theatrical release, Jexi. A.M.I is a courageous, artistically limited new horror movie that recently debuted on Netflix, timed to coincide, I assume, with the release of the Adam Devine comedy Jexi. Both films are about young people whose phone is related to their parental issues.