Ever since Cloverfield hit the theaters in 2008, there has been quite a wave of "found footage" films and most movie fans agree that they have been awful for the most part. I had never really seen these movies, just saw Cloverfield semi recently in fact, as I never trusted them to really be quality. Luckily, I have gotten quite lucky with some hidden treasures found on Netflix so I wanted to share them in case anyone else was interested. So if you're looking for a found footage film that is actually worth watching, here are my recommendations along with some ratings, please let me know...
Everyone is familiar with the usual branches of horror: Jump Scares, Torture Porn, Psychotic Slasher, Unspeakable Evil, Domineering Villainy etc. Yet in today's current media stream we are slowly seeing the demise of one of the greatest mediums of the horror genre. Psychological. Now, I know some of you know what this genre is but to those who do not it is based on the emotional and psychological aspect of the main character/characters by either exploiting or twisting them in ways that drive them to a fine breaking point. From films such as "Jacobs Ladder" to even video games such as "System...
Got a hankering for a little bloody humor? Then, you’ll probably want to check out the original web series, “SLICE.”
Created and directed by Daniel Ferry, this horror meets dark comedy crossover stars Marzy Hart as a woman who can’t quench her thirst to kill. Marzy also produced the 7 episodes that make up the first season.
“SLICE” recently screened at Vancouver WebFest, earning a ‘Best Horror’ nomination, and will be heading to HollyWeb Fest as an ‘Official Selection’ later this month.
[b]*Open Grave - Jan 3
*Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones - Jan 3
*Devil's Due - Jan 10
*The Knights of Badassdom - Jan 21
*2 Bedroom 1 Bath - Jan 31
*Nurse 3D - Feb 7
*Dead Snow: Red vs Dead - Feb 14
*Leprechaun: Origins - Feb 28
*A Haunted House 2 - Mar 28
*Human Centipede 3 - April
*Oculus - April 18
*The Quiet Ones - April 25
*Willow Creek - April 29
This Monday I was left all alone in my apartment when my family went to London, and Spain to have fun. So I decided to start a Japanese horror movie week!
Monday: Ringu a.k.a The ring.
This was a very good story with good execution, the scares were mild and it had few to no jumpscares. I like it better that way though, it really got under your skin in a different way!
Tuesday: Ju-on: The grudge.
Less story, more scares! This is the type of movie that makes you scared of your environment! I don't want to turn around, open...
This monday I was left all alone in my apartment when my family went to London, and Spain to have fun. So I decided to start a Japanese horror movie week!
Monday: Ringu a.k.a The ring.
This was a very good story with good execution, the scares were mild and it had few to no jumpscares. I like it betetr that way though, it really got under your skin in a different way!
Tuseday: Ju-on: The grudge.
Less story, more scares! This is the type of movie that makes you scared of your enviroment! I don't want to turn around, open...
This is important to horror fans and collectors alike because as Child's Play series fans we are extremely limited in choice as far as accurate replicas go and are forced to pay ridiculous amounts of money for one replica usually of foreign origin because every single worth while piece created for this film is of limited release and considered extremely rare. It's not right for fans of the series to have to pay 2,000 average for a replica and one from 5 years ago at that. We want a "to scale" accurate replica of Chucky from the original Child's Play films in his unstitched form.
I am a fun of horror remakes strangely, I enjoyed Halloween and Nightmare on elms street almost to near perfection , the Evil Dead was em was just Okay-ish! It had a good metascore of 7.2 from IMDB so I knew it was worth seeing , which it wasn’t frankly. The plot has been done many times over and over since its original so you would have that deja vu cliche feeling hanging around you. The story line in the beginning was not so clear but it made up for it with its superficial gore that kept me tuned whilst it sent some shrills down my spine. The dismemberment of the limbs was a little...
UK based film star tough guy Paul Sutton faces the 'fright' of his life.
After bursting onto the scene with a bang in 2012 (securing a main role in Reality Film's 'Dead Walkers', Paul has been fighting off offers from all corners of the globe to appear in major films over the next 12 months. He's already appeared as the Devil in an upcoming TV documentary and has recently agreed to appear in the upcoming films 'Evil Apparition' and 'Inner Demons' - so why is he now turning his attention to writing?
oh i love those old horror movies. yeah there are some good ones today, but nothing like the ones from back than now those are truly great films. well the good ones are anyways the bad ones are simply forgettable
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