Frank Marshall's ARACHNOPHOBIA (1990, BLU-RAY).Kill it with fire? Nope, still kicking!ORCould've been worse. Venezuelan spiders aren't cannibals.
Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994 dir Wes Craven)Staring Heather playing as Heather playing Nancy.
Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) Wes really put Bill through the ringer. Or Pinnacle of CBT cinema until Casino Royale!
No One Will Save You (2023, Dir. Brian Duffield)Aliens fuck with obvious future serial killer.
Sylvester Stallone's RAMBO: UNRATED DIRECTOR'S CUT (2008, 4K UHD).Burmese Army's POV: 'Bloodthirsty slasher's slaughtering spree!'
The Man They Could Not Hang (1939, dir. Nick Grinde)Heart's turned Karl-off? Boris turns it Karl-on.
Before I Hang (1940, dir. Nick Grinde)Strange Case of Dr. Boris, Mr. Karloff.
Ganja & Hess (1973 - Bill Gunn)Thought this would be silly - was wrong.ANDMan, the 70s have strong horror depth.
Marcus Nispel's FRIDAY THE 13th: THEATRICAL (2009, SCREAM FACTORY BLU-RAY).Franchise reboot? Steal ideas from Hooper's "TCM2."ORWeed-stealing horny teens? Bag/roast 'em.
FREAKY (2020) Vaughn's good, but imagine casting Kane Hodder.
LEGACY OF SATAN (1974) Bloodletting is part of this complete breakfast.
The Pale Door (2020, dir. Aaron B. Koontz)Noah Segan's not part of the experience.
Exorcist: The Beginning (2004, dir. the great Renny Harlin)"Pope's Exorcist" is not here today, priest.
Phantom of the Paradise (1974, dir. the one and only Brian De Palma)Finally watched! Blew away my high expectations!
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Shaun of the Dead (dir. Edgar Wright)My kids loved this low budget classic
The Silence of the Lambs (1991, dir. Jonathan Demme)It puts the masterpiece on the playlist.
Scream for Help (1984, dir. Micheal Winner)So much frantic running! Great recommendation Chaybee.
Sam Raimi's DRAG ME TO HELL (2009, AMAZON PRIME).Last hurrah for Raimi's old-school 'Fake Shemps.'ORGypsy's missing dentures worse than actual bite.
Weird Science (1985 dir. John Hughes) So many watermarks if they used Shareware.
Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)Should have just learned sign language bro.
CURSE OF CROM: THE LEGEND OF HALLOWEEN (2022, Dir. Rob York) I also Crom-ble without my Chinese food! Also... Props to Daniel Epler for this recommendation!
REC (2008)Not the best night to be filmingorConfinement of this nature to be avoided
Let The Corpses Tan (2017)I call it: The XTC of gold
No One Will Save You (2023)Remember this :Invaders hate the silent treatment
Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight(1995 Dir Earnest Dickerson)Zane doesn't act just Zanes. Perfect performance.
DEADLY PUNKETTES (2014) That thing you do… in short skirts.
Hereditary (2018) dir. Ari Aster Necromancy’s a win-win for this happy family. Or One for dad before taking Swifties out.
Prom Night (1980). Severely lacking in pigs blood and telekinesis
TWINS OF EVIL (1971, Dir. John Hough)Expected more nudity from cinematographer Dick Bush
Duel (1971)Cautionary tale about importance of vehicle maintenance.
Asylum (1972, dir. Roy Ward Baker)Byron should sell those at horror cons.
Phantasm (1979, dir. Don Coscarelli)"Um...oh shit." All-time line reading.
Talk To Me (2023)Why in the fuckin fuck would anyone...?OrGot it. Don't touch severed possessed hands.OrBruce Campbell could've HANDLED this dumb situationOrOh look! A Tide-Pod! Yum yum yum!
The Purge (2013)I'd do graffiti. And apparently get murdered.OrHawke shouldn’t have lived close to UConn
From a Whisper to a Scream (1987)Pretty sure all of this really happened
A nightmare on Elm Steet (1984 Dir Wes Craven)Feeling weird. Scream might've finally surpassed Nightmare.
THE BLOB (1988) Every actor is someone you recognize. Blub.
Microwave Massacre (1983)Fence boobs aren't enough to save this
The Guest (2014) Fish, like guests, smell after three days.
Scream VI(2023) "Ghostface takes Manhattan" subtitle a missed opportunity
Saturday The 14th (1980 Dir. Howard R. Cohen)Loved this as child! wasn't especially smart.
Haxan (1922)101 years old and still damn amazing.
Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982)Sadly, Amy Steel is only in 2D
The Love Witch (2016 dir. Anna Biller)With her, Memorial Day looks... different.
Before I Wake (2016)Tremblay's a cutie; Flanagan brings the spooky.
They Live (1988. Dir. John Carpenter)Love Keith David's eye for color coordination.
The Thing (1982. Dir. John Carpenter)Still not convinced The Thing ate Nauls.
Totally Killer (2023)One-trick pony I really enjoyed riding.
Review count for day 14: 48Review total after day 14: 876Since the next topic isn't up yet, any reviews posted here from now on will be counted for day 15.