Ouija: Origin of Evil is a lot more fun than most would expect thanks to Mike Flanagan's direction and the 1965 setting; it's not a fantastic film, but it sure blows the original Ouija out of the graveyard. Review below.
Here's my own take on 1979's Alien, a film that expertly crafts a sense of isolation and loneliness throughout until all the viewer is left with is Ripley, a rampaging Xenomorph, and the cute and cuddly cat Jones. Click below for #HalloweenFifteen Part IV: The Classics #8!
MAI-CHAN's Daily Life:THE MOVIE adapts Waita Uziga's guro manga into film form, but it can't capture the same feeling as the written version. Redemption Films' Blu-Ray is a good pickup, though, for fans of either the film or the manga.
#HalloweenFifteen rolls along with Freddie Young (Full Moon Reviews, Midnight Confessions Podcast) taking on both the 1942 and 1982 version of CAT PEOPLE. This is a great post comparing the two - check it out at the link below!
Here are Tuesday's #horror releases! Tons of 'em - including Vestron Video Collector's Series' Waxwork/Waxwork II, Scream Factory's Child's Play and What We Become, and The Criterion Collection's Pan's Labyrinth!
Here we go! I've now experienced Halloween Horror Nights - Universal Orlando's Exorcist house, so I can absolutely cover #TheExorcist as part of #HalloweenFifteen! Here, I talk about why it's a classic and what makes it so great for Halloween - especially the director's cut!
#HalloweenFifteen continues today with my own take on #CatPeople, film #7! This is a tragedy about the human condiiton - do you have a cat inside you that needs to be let out? Click below for the full post.
#HalloweenFifteen continues today (missed a couple of days in between - I'm on vacation) with The Exorcist from Cameron Brown the Couch Potato Psychologist! He dives into the psychological manifestations in the film that make us scared. Check it out!