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A fun weekend turns into madness and horror for a bunch of groupies looking for fun in a beaver infested swamp.
As silly as this movie seems it was still enjoyable to watch. I mean come on, beavers…that are zombies!
A wounded war vet moves to a place where people are dying from mysterious circumstances.
Late Phases reminded me a lot of Silver Bullet but instead of a kid in a wheelchair, it’s an old, blind guy battling the wolf. There is also a nice “who’s the werewolf!?” guessing game throughout the movie. I saw this film on a lot of “best of” lists last year and it does live up to being a great movie. This is highly recommended.
A group of friends on a weekend trip to a cabin in the woods find themselves terrorized by alien visitors.
Aliens freak me out! They stare at you with their giant eyes and then they do butt stuff to you. Butt stuff!!!! I put off watching Extraterrestrial for a while due to the fact that I know it would creep me out but I finally sat down to watch it. All the alien segments delivered on making me uneasy but the last 15 minutes of the movie was a little bit too dumb for my liking. So it’s a 50/50 experience if you want to check it out.
Would You Rather
Desperate to help her ailing brother, a young woman unknowingly agrees to compete in a deadly game of “Would You Rather,” hosted by a sadistic aristocrat.
There seems to be a new sub-genre of “people doing unsavory things for money” movies creeping into the horror scene. Would You Rather is one of them that I liked a lot plus it makes you question how far you think you would go for the right price… dun dun dunnnnnn….
When Lou Bloom, a driven man desperate for work, muscles into the world of L.A. crime journalism, he blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story. Aiding him in his effort is Nina, a TV-news veteran.
NIghtcrawler may not be a horror movie, but it’s one of the most disturbing and unsettling films I’ve seen in the last couple of years. It’s a fantastically well-made film yet I felt very unclean when the end credits came up. Another highly recommended film.
Enjoy your weekend folks!