Christmas, Christmas time is here, time for screams and time for fear
Okay, so remember last Christmas season when I posted about the magnificent (ly awful) Silent Night Deadly Night movie franchise? Netflix decided* to send me the DVD "Silent Night" (yes, I still have the DVD option on Netflix, because I have quite the backlog of obscure horror movies to watch before I cancel it). Serial … Continue reading Christmas in July!: Silent Night continues…
This has to be one of the worst holiday horror movie franchises in existence. It may also be the only holiday horror movie franchise, which makes it that much worse. Where is Black Christmas 2? Jack Frost 2? No one asked for Gingerdead Man and its many sequels but we got them anyway, and that's … Continue reading christmas horror story: Silent Night, Deadly Night
Stephen King's It is generally considered the standard for the "scary clown" in horror movies, but there are so many other great ones! Here are my faves. Stitches (2012) (Stitches had quite the attitude, even before he died) Highlights: killer clown origin story intestine balloon animals pretty much the most clown-themed deaths of any … Continue reading my favorite evil clown movies (aside from It)
It's a trend that has been going on for years. A slowed-down version of a song played during a horror movie trailer. The slowness of the normally happy tune throws you off, and suddenly the song's lyrics sound creepy. Recently, I saw a trailer for A Cure for Wellness (2017): https://youtu.be/YVwQNDS-Zes Took me a minute, … Continue reading what is it about slow covers of happy songs in horror movie trailers?
"During the 1980s over 70% of American adults believed in the existence of abusive Satanic Cults… Another 30% rationalized the lack of evidence due to government cover ups… The following is based on true unexplained events…" This is the text which opens the 2009 film, The House of the Devil. What is true: The statistics … Continue reading horror movies “based on a true story”: House of the Devil