The Babysitter (2017) [MOVIE REVIEW]

Something always has to happen to babysitters in horror movies, am I right? Babysitters have been part of the horror movie for a long time. Probably the most famous would be Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) babysitting Tommy Doyle (Brian Andrews) before Michael Myers had to show up in Halloween (1978). 2017’s The Babysitter directed…

Hush (2016) [MOVIE REVIEW]

This week I took a look at Mike Flanagan’s Hush (2016). This is a film that I really enjoyed viewing. I found the idea of the film to be genuinely scary which also made the execution pleasurable. Taking the basic concept of the slasher film and elevating the story to such an interesting level really…

Zola (2021) [MOVIE REVIEW – WITH VIDEO REVIEW]

“Y’all wanna hear a story about why me & this bitch here fell out???????? It’s kind of long but full of suspense…” From the moment A’Ziah “Zola” King’s 148 tweet epic was sent to me back in 2015 I was sucked into Zola’s world. At first I thought it was just something special circulating around…

Scream Test (2020) [MOVIE REVIEW]

If you’re looking for something good to watch this summer, then I’ve got a nice suggestion for you. Bob Cook’s Scream Test (2020) is a delightful summer scare for anyone interested. It’s fresh, funny and and an all-around good murder mystery/slasher film. I recommend taking a look at this film. Felissa Rose plays actress Angie…

High Tension (2003) [MOVIE REVIEW]

This week I took a look at Alexandre Aja’s High Tension (2003). It was an interesting film to watch. I was a fan of all the blood and grittiness of the film, plus it’s always a delight to watch something foreign since most of the dialogue is French. It’s a thrilling film from start to…

DEATH PROOF (2007) [Movie Review]

I visited Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof (2007). When I was younger, I looked at it more as just a grindhouse exploitation film mainly because it was shown in a “Grindhouse” double feature with Robert Rodiguez’s Planet Terror (2007), so I was focused on the marketing. But upon watching it again I realize that it is…