I’m interrupting my movie marathon to remind people we are just two weeks away from National Novel Writing Month.Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2019 is almost here”
Lucky number 14 in our 31 nights of horror!
I skipped unlucky number 13, by accidentally counting 11 twice. The Babadook was actually 12th and Train to Busan 13. We have another zombie movie with subtitles, unless you speak french.Continue reading “Ravenous (2017)”
12th of 31 nights of horror!
Sam Jackson can keep his Snakes on a Plane, the Koreans have zombies on a train!Continue reading “Train to Busan (2016)”
31 nights of horror, night 11
From Australia we get a film about a single mom, her son and a book that scares the crap out of them and us.Continue reading “The Babadook (2014)”
11th movie in our 31 night marathon and final movie in the Phantasm series… so far
Devoted fans had to wait 18 years to find out the fates of Mike and Reggie. I’m not sure how happy they were after all this time.Continue reading “Phantasm: Ravager!”
I was too busy to write yesterday, but I did watch these movies on nights 9 and 10 of my 31 nights of horror marathon.Continue reading “Double feature! Phantasm III and IV!”
You can tell from yesterdays post that I really enjoyed Phantasm. How does the sequel stack up?Continue reading “Night 8 of 31 nights of horror. Phantasm II (1988)”
An old school horror movie with atmosphere, suspense and monsters with real menace! Yes please!Continue reading “Phantasm (1978) caps off our first week of the marathon”
If not for this months blog theme, I probably never would have watched this tale, as I didn’t much like the first Cloverfield film. I’ve felt every “found footage” movie since The Blair Witch Project to be contrived and unbelievable, so I was pleasantly surprised that 10 Cloverfield Lane had almost nothing in common with its predecessor and that it was a great movie.Continue reading “I spent night six at 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)”
I had never heard of this movie before I saw it on a list, while looking for ideas of things to watch. A woman involuntarily committed to a psychiatric facility sounded like a good premise for a horror movie. The same list mentioned it was directed by Steven Soderbergh, so that seemed like a big plus.Continue reading “Night 5 in 31 nights of Horror. Unsane (2018)”