‘It’ isn’t scariest film you’ll see this year, but its dark undertones and the ominous presence of Pennywise The Dancing Clown will leave you little room to remain comfortable. Here is my full film review of the latest 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘It’.
Not going to lie, ‘Annabelle: Creation’ did a pretty good job of solidifying my fear of that god-awful doll! Not the best horror in the world, but one to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Unfortunately, ‘Rings’ is the worst new 2017 film I’ve seen so far this year. ‘Rings’ tried its best to inject some new life into the well-known horror story but ultimately failed.
When ‘The Blair Witch Project’ was first released in 1999, it not only cemented the genre of found-footage horror, but also succeeded in making an entire generation scared of the woods. […]
A film now showing on Netflix. ‘Hush’ is a tense thriller that takes an original look on the home invasion story, stripping it back to its bare bones.
“In October of 1944, three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, while shooting a documentary, A year later, their footage was found”
I think it’s fair to say that The Wicker Man is unlike any other film that I’ve seen. Not that I watch films from the 70s very often, but this one was so ‘out-there’ I was left bewildered but what I had just witnessed. Robin Hardy’s 1973 film takes us to Summerisle, a small island community in Scotland, where Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) is sent to search for missing girl, Rowan Morrison.