Beyond The Black Rainbow (2010, Dir: Panos Cosmatos)Let's shoot, folks. The acid's kicking in.
Scream (1996)Real talk: It's my favorite horror film.
The Neon Demon (2016)Looks so shiny, yet feels so ugly.
A Ghost Story (2017)Is this horror? I am very confused.
I think so, though it’s arguable. It’s definitely one of my favorite movies of this month.
Split (2016)Boring movie. Can’t wait for the sequel!
Frankenstein (1931)Laboratory in a windmill? Is that wise?OrNo the girl isn't a floating device.
Boo (1932)Silly and weird Universal Monster clip show.
Monster House (2006)Unavoidable Harry / Ron / Hermione comparisons. Harmony ftw.
The Worst Witch (1986) An excellent cast somehow elevates discount Hogwarts.
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)Bride good. Fire not good. Movie good.
Killer Workout aka Aerobi-Cide (1987)Spandex slasher helps fitness fanatics cut weight.
The Last Slumber Party (1988) Ooh, that's why surgeons wear those masks.
The New York Ripper (1982)My favorite? Junior Mints. Fulci's...? Vagina stabs.
Ghosthouse (1988)Sure, Clowndoll's evil, but whatta catchy tune!
Lord Of Illusions (1995)Famke rides Bakula's midnight meat train...(I'msosorry)
Leprechaun: Origins (2014):Is it over? Please say it's over.
Blood and Black Lace (1964)Great album title for 80's rock band.
The Beyond (1981)I don't like eyeballs and spiders. FUCK.
Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975)It's rude to mention woman's green face.
Rejected by a woman? Inflate blow-up doll.
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)Shaun of the Dead for dude bros?
Bettlejuice (1988)I love early Tim Burton so much.
Sole Survivor (1983)Slightly better than Michael Bolton's SOUL PROVIDER.
Wish Upon (2017)Add me to Riske's #BestOriginalScreenplay campaign team.
From Beyond (1986)Fantastic, Barbara as a scientist! Never mind...
The Mummy (1932)Hoped for more mummy, got fantastic Karloff.
Mirrors (2008)It's just that easy to watch Patrick.
Subspecies (1991)Dude's in grave need of a manicure.
SawDo these guys know how to catch?
Dracula (1931)Vi vant voo vuck vor vlood, sir.
THE FOG (1980)Those guys have been underwater too long.orA wonderful campfire story brought to life.
Nightmare City (1980) These zombies run, drive, know kung fu.
Are they zombies or contaminated people? Lenzi insisted on the latter, but the line in blurred in the film.
The Shining (1980).RADAR YM NO SAGAS REDRUM REDDER ON
An American Werewolf In London (1981)All because they upset the dart player.
Frankenstein (1931)Monster gives swimming lessons, John Wayne style.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)Funding by Pocketknife Collectors of Central Texas.
John Carpenter's Vampires Fuck James Woods forever. Three more words.
Siskel and Ebert review XtroTwo horror haters hating on Horror!Sorry..........
The Prowler (1980)Savini serves up some satisfying splatter. Seriously.
Xtro Xposed with Harry Brommley (Patrick's Dad) "Most people think it's irreparable!There Right"
Diary of a Madman (1963)This “Wimpy Kid” prequel is, umm, different.
Mutant (1982) In space, nobody can hear you strip.
Horror of Dracula (1958)Christopher Lee AND Peter Cushing? Yes, please.
The Editor (2014) Where giving Paz wood means something different
The Nasties Review of Xtro by Lampyman Phone melts Homage E.T cant phone home!
Ain't it scary reviews Xtro Me and Zack Carlson feel the love
Beetlejuice (1988)Keaton goes full Robin Williams, still great.
Did this end up being for family feature?
Awesome! I revisited it for the first time in years and loved it.
Sole Survivor (1983)Want to know what's in that coffee.
Wish Upon (2017)Yes, Virginia, I Do Dig On Multiverses.
Jigsaw (2017)Careful about getting excited. It's a trap.
Cat People (1942)Too short animated sequence is absolutely glorious.
Xtro reviewed by The Cinema Snob Reviewing film's isent just reiterating the plot!
Xtro reviewed by ScreamNTerror Damn! Some weak ass reviewers on Youtube
Better Watch Out (2017) dir. Chris PeckoverThis Elliot Rodger home movie is creepy.
Masters of Horror: Incident On and Off a Mountain RoadA solid horror entry from Don Coscarelli.
Gravy (2015)Expected a charming horror comedy but...psych!
Teen Wolf Too (1987)College werewolf jockboy jams to Erasure montage.
GhouliesWho needs a plot?! We have PUPPETS!
Xtro reviewed by DramphyrSraping the barrel trying to help Numbers
The Hunchback of the Morgue (1973)Naschy gets ladies even with a hunchback.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)Rednecks walking around like “all lives matter”
Day of the Dead (1985) Dir. George A. RomeroWho knew John was really John Wick.
Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)I would go full robot for Atkins
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)The Bride. She is my only weakness.
Tales of Halloween (2015)It really does get better each year.
Leprechaun: Origins (2014)Makes me miss John Gatins’s leprechaun transformation
Dracula (1931)I do not say bla, bla, bla.
Butcher baker Nightmare makerThe Homophobic cop makes me really uncomfortable
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) - A little Chop-Top goes a long way.
Alternatively, - Leatherface's Chunk impersonation is pretty on point.
John Carpenter's The Fog (1980)The score makes this movie so good
That score is my alarm.
The cinematography is good, too. The shots at the lighthouse and along the coast are beautiful.
Scream 2 (1997)High water mark in David Arquette's career.
The Creeping Flesh (1973)Don't worry, titular flesh does indeed creep.
Sleepy Hollow (1999)In October it’s just really Van Tastic
Scanners (1981)Ironside has 'exploding your head' resting face
Death Note (2017)Might work better as 37 episode Anime.
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)I elect Frankenstein new fire prevention mascot.
Boys in the Trees (2016)Let your imagination run wild and free.
Found Footage (2017)FearNet.com review: “really opens doors on ya’.”
Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)I’m an Avenger now right? Guys? Guys?
Madman (1981)Campfire song that could win The Voice.
The Babadook (2014)Biggest takeaway? Reading to children is bad.
Candyman (1992)No one gets stabbed like Xander Berkeley.
Scream 4 (2011)He’s gonna have THE worst headache tomorrow.
1922 (2017)Rats! What’s real? What’s a dream?
Suspiria (1977)Unsettling, yet mesmerizing...probably need a rewatch
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)I've got a terrible idea! Do It!
Beetlejuice (1998)Keaton's craziness works; Geena's the prettiest ghost!
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)Hardware store montage: personal fantasy of mine.
Sinister (2012)Will someone please turn on a light?!?
1922 (2017)"Money wont fix that bit off nipple!"
WNUF Halloween Special (2013)I'm suddenly craving arcade games and meth.
Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (2003)I always peak at the DTS intro.
The Witches (1990)a little mouse just ruined my diner
Hocus Pocus (1993)Jack Noseworthy and Ice are very threatening.
Phenomena (1985)Jennifer in white. Bugs crawl. Chimps pimp.
Saw 2Reverse Beartrap was my nickname in college.
Saw 3Bad decision to watch this while sick.
Saw 4I can stomach anything except eye trauma.
Saw 5These movies are oddly comforting for me.
JigsawI’m also one of John Kramer’s apprentices.
Sleepy Hollow (1999)"Burton should have stopped right here."
Kill List (2011)Not the bees...wait bring the bees!
Beyond the Gates (2016)Did they make Lucius Needful a character?
John Carpenter's The Thing (1982)Wilford Brimley without push broom mustache...weird
Shivers (1975) Dir. David CronenbergPresident Trump raves "Perfectly normal sexual behavior."
Leprechaun: Origins (2014)I’ve NEVER appreciated a reboot this much.
Scream (1996)Thought would launch Lillard to huge career
The Frighteners (1996)Darker than I remembered, but still fun.
1922 (2017) Like Gerald’s Game except he kills her!
The Brute Man (1946)Tor Johnson could have elevated the performances.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)Trespassers vandalize home; take turns dying horrifically.
The Sacrament (2013)First sign of trouble commit mass suicide.
John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness (1987)Damn, how will I sleep after this?
Lace Crater (2015)This is why you don't fuck ghosts.
The Nightmare Before Christmas. Takes place mostly in November.
House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)I think I get Rob Zombie now?
Piranha 3D (2010)Richard Dreyfuss's best killer animal film yet!
Army of Darkness (1992)Don't for-get to e-nun-ci-ate when cast-ing spells.
Children of the Corn (1984)Now got a real problem with corn.
The Mummy (1932)Imhotep used pensieve before it was cool.
Straw Dogs (1971)Man, trapped, traps man in man trap.