A very demo-Krattic movie.
A talk, as in, 30 minutes of talk plus some other minutes, all cut down to about 1000 words.
In fairness, horror movies pair well with lots of things, from candy to drive-ins to PB&Js, but there isn’t a better pairing with horror than a frosty one.
Friends don’t let friends get their bodies taken over by evil spirits, and they also don’t let them make movies as bad as this one.
Gonna recycle my “raiser her, I hardly know her” Dad joke from my Letterboxd review, I’m that lazy.
For your consideration: Mia Goth, smiling like if she doesn’t, her face will crack apart.
Gonna hire a priest to exorcise this movie from my memory, hey-ooo.
Raisin’ hell and rendin’ souls, with a healthy side of kink.
Ladies and gents: Perry Blackshear, one of the best horror filmmakers working today, flying on stealth mode.
The thing about ‘The Thing’ is that it’s one of the best American movies ever made.
You’re goddamn right it is (streaming, mind-blowing, sci-fi, and a thriller, but also horror).
AKA, “Okay, Boomer: The Movie.”
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If you’ve seen anything out of Possession, but haven’t seen all of Possession yourself, then you’ve probably seen its signature scene, where Isabelle Adjani makes like a madwoman and writhes while secreting whatever substance you can imagine. Hopefully, you’ve seen the material bookending that sequence, but if not, there’s ample opportunity to see the film now, 40 years …
Okay, well, this was awesome.
You may have a ritualistic human sacrifice to a pagan god, as a treat.
Nice to meet her.
There are so, so many things you should not do if you are in a horror movie, but above all else don’t look at the thing you shouldn’t look at.
I felt like making friends and getting positive comments, so I decided to do a ranking list.