Tag: Horror

K in the Drain, Spooky October Update.

K in the Drain, Spooky October Update.

Hi ya Georgie. I'm K, now that we're not strangers how about you spend time here at my humble corner of the internet down in the drain. We got plenty of cool stuff here, from film reviews to other various posts regarding movies. Plus much more to come from horror movie reviews, ways to spend … Continue reading K in the Drain, Spooky October Update.

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This Movie is Completely Insane! The Eyes of My Mother (Film Review)

This Movie is Completely Insane! The Eyes of My Mother (Film Review)

The Eyes of My Mother is an incredibly crazy movie, about being absolutely insane. The film explores tales of a psychotic little girl who through traumatic experiences grows into a monster. This comes to us from the unique mind of Nicolas Pesce who served this film as both writer and director. Pesce gives us a … Continue reading This Movie is Completely Insane! The Eyes of My Mother (Film Review)

Satanic Review: Possibly The Most Trite Movie on Netflix?

Satanic Review: Possibly The Most Trite Movie on Netflix?

Satanic, a film that will try to attempt to convince you that it’s not your typical, uninspired list of clichés pretending to be a film solely on the fact that they somehow tricked Modern Family star Sarah Hyland into being in this mess. Satanic, can be summed up in words but none can do the … Continue reading Satanic Review: Possibly The Most Trite Movie on Netflix?

American Poltergeist 2: Can’t get any worse (Review)

American Poltergeist 2: Can’t get any worse (Review)

The itn distribution works it's magic yet again in getting a double bogey (worse than sub-par) rushed out film onto Netflix that I want to say it is almost passable but at the same time it was the least enjoyable of their garbage movies. American Poltergeist 2 is the third title given to this movie … Continue reading American Poltergeist 2: Can’t get any worse (Review)

Devil’s advocate: Pulp Fiction is a Horror Film.

Devil’s advocate: Pulp Fiction is a Horror Film.

Pulp Fiction (Tarantino, 1994) is a complex narrative that is rather disputable in terms of what genre it fits in, yet strongly fits the mold of a horror film with some subverted semantics. While this claim might seem invalid at first, it’s important to identify the semantics of the horror genre and how Pulp Fiction … Continue reading Devil’s advocate: Pulp Fiction is a Horror Film.