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"In the end, better to be the torturer, don't you think?"
Elizabeth has just gotten married, and her husband has given her only one rule: she is not allowed to enter a mysterious room. What follows is a unique erotic thriller with a dark sci-fi twist. 
At times sleek and sexy and at others gruesome, Elizabeth Harvest came out recently and is already underrated. 
I've read reviews online that called Elizabeth Harvest slow, plodding, and messy. I also heard it referred to as a "mock off of Autopsy of Jane Doe". Okay... so... did anyone actually watch Elizabeth Harvest or did they just make an assumption based on the cover? Because what the fuck are people on? 
This may indeed be a slow burner, but stuff is always happening on screen! This film took some massive risks and it is hard to say it's like any film I've seen in recent memory. 
Hell, at the risk of spoiling its structure... this is THE MOST ORIGINAL GROUNDHOG DAY narrative I think I've witnessed -no, she doesn't actually relive the same day à la Happy Deathday... the twist here is waaay more complex. 
Elizabeth Harvest doesn't require patience, but it does require your full attention. The story here is complicated, but every question is answered clearly and plainly by the films dramatic and shocking conclusion. 
Visually, it's a treat. Harsh colors that remind me of Dario Argento, and an affinity for split-screen sequences.
It isn't style over substance, but it is an equal measure of both. 
And when I say it's gruesome I mean it! This is not a gory movie, but it is a bloody one, and there is a depressing, gloomy atmosphere despite the decadent visuals. 
I can't talk Elizabeth Harvest up enough. It was a pleasure to see a science fiction film that actually had some brains, a thriller that was actually thrilling, and a conclusion that left me satisfied and fulfilled. I was invested in the characters, even the nastier ones -the villians here are wild. They unnerved me to no end. And its erotic moments are sufficiently steamy.
And of course... it recieved mostly negative reviews... because that's what happens when we get mature films. 
Go in blind, there is a reason why I'm not telling you much of its plot.

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"In the end, better to be the torturer, don't you think" Elizabeth has just gotten married, and her husband has given her only one rule: she is not allowed to enter a mysterious room. What follows is a unique erotic thriller with a dark sci-fi twist. At times sleek and sexy and at others gruesome, Elizabeth Harvest came out recently and is already underrated. I've read reviews online that called Elizabeth Harvest slow, plodding, and messy. I also heard it referred to as a "mock off of Autopsy of Jane Doe". Okay... so... did anyone actually watch Elizabeth Harvest or did they just make an assumption based on the cover Because what the fuck are people on This may indeed be a slow burner, but stuff is always happening on screen! This film took some massive risks and it is hard to say it's like any film I've seen in recent memory. Hell, at the risk of spoiling its structure... this is THE MOST ORIGINAL GROUNDHOG DAY narrative I think I've witnessed -no, she doesn't actually relive the same day à la Happy Deathday... the twist here is waaay more complex. Elizabeth Harvest doesn't require patience, but it does require your full attention. The story here is complicated, but every question is answered clearly and plainly by the films dramatic and shocking conclusion. Visually, it's a treat. Harsh colors that remind me of Dario Argento, and an affinity for split-screen sequences. It isn't style over substance, but it is an equal measure of both. And when I say it's gruesome I mean it! This is not a gory movie, but it is a bloody one, and there is a depressing, gloomy atmosphere despite the decadent visuals. I can't talk Elizabeth Harvest up enough. It was a pleasure to see a science fiction film that actually had some brains, a thriller that was actually thrilling, and a conclusion that left me satisfied and fulfilled. I was invested in the characters, even the nastier ones -the villians here are wild. They unnerved me to no end. And its erotic moments are sufficiently steamy. And of course... it recieved mostly negative reviews... because that's what happens when we get mature films. Go in blind, there is a reason why I'm not telling you much of its plot.

Me after too much coffee ☕️🥴 Ep. 43 FRANKENHOOKER is our latest episode! Check it out if you haven’t yet! This coming Tuesday is a BRAND NEW EPISODE!! 💜💀💜
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Me after too much coffee ☕️🥴 Ep. 43 FRANKENHOOKER is our latest episode! Check it out if you haven’t yet! This coming Tuesday is a BRAND NEW EPISODE!! 💜💀💜 . . #frankenhooker #supportyourlocalghoulgang #goodmourningnancy #gmn #horrorpodcast #podcasting #horror #gothgirls #horrormovies #horrorreviews #horrorgram #feminist #ssdgm #mfm #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #ladypodsquad #womeninhorror #coffeebreak #coffee #creepygirls #horrorshow #horrorfilms #ghoulgang #podernfamily #womeninhorrormonth

★★ out of ★★★★★
Directed by Lars von Trier
Visionary, controversial, extreme, experimental, those are the words that I would use to describe the films of director Lars von Trier before I saw The House That Jack Built in a one night only screening of the director’s cut in late November. The word I have to add now- and it pains me to write this- is boring. As a horror fan and huge fan of von Trier, this was my most anticipated movie of 2018; Lars von Trier + serial killer should have equaled cinematic gold! Sadly, that was not the case at all. Peep @eamwilliams full review at: wwwscariesthings.com #horror #horrormovie #horrorfilm #horrormovies #horrorhound #horrorshow #horrorfilms #horrorreviews #horrorrwview #housethatjackbuilt #larsvontrier #larsvontriermovies #scarymovies #scaryfilm #scaryfilms #scarymoviereview #scariestthingspodcast #mattdillon

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★★ out of ★★★★★ Directed by Lars von Trier Visionary, controversial, extreme, experimental, those are the words that I would use to describe the films of director Lars von Trier before I saw The House That Jack Built in a one night only screening of the director’s cut in late November. The word I have to add now- and it pains me to write this- is boring. As a horror fan and huge fan of von Trier, this was my most anticipated movie of 2018; Lars von Trier + serial killer should have equaled cinematic gold! Sadly, that was not the case at all. Peep @eamwilliams full review at: wwwscariesthings.com #horror #horrormovie #horrorfilm #horrormovies #horrorhound #horrorshow #horrorfilms #horrorreviews #horrorrwview #housethatjackbuilt #larsvontrier #larsvontriermovies #scarymovies #scaryfilm #scaryfilms #scarymoviereview #scariestthingspodcast #mattdillon

👹 #Suspiria (2018). Here are my question, is this movie good? That’s actually a tough question! First off this version of Suspiria holds little to no resemblance to its source material outside of a dance studio run by witches. It’s like someone wrote a dope story and then the first person they showed it to said “oh, like Suspiria.” And then their brain broke and they had to buy the rights to the story and write it off as a remake. The colors, the music, the all around vibe of the original is missing from this film. If I were to take a deep breath, recognize that it isn’t going to be the original, and watch it on its own merit, it’s pretty good. It’s probably the best with movie since The VVitch. I think it takes a hot minute to really find it’s self though. Many of the quick zooms, sudden pans, and nonsensical imagery reminds me of something a millennial might do because “it looks 70s” but then suddenly it works in moments like the nightmare scene. All in all it was too long and can anyone tell me why we needed the therapist’s storyline? Anyway, Tilda kills it and the dancing is pretty great and obviously well prepared. 
3.5/5 Skillets.
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👹 #Suspiria (2018). Here are my question, is this movie good That’s actually a tough question! First off this version of Suspiria holds little to no resemblance to its source material outside of a dance studio run by witches. It’s like someone wrote a dope story and then the first person they showed it to said “oh, like Suspiria.” And then their brain broke and they had to buy the rights to the story and write it off as a remake. The colors, the music, the all around vibe of the original is missing from this film. If I were to take a deep breath, recognize that it isn’t going to be the original, and watch it on its own merit, it’s pretty good. It’s probably the best with movie since The VVitch. I think it takes a hot minute to really find it’s self though. Many of the quick zooms, sudden pans, and nonsensical imagery reminds me of something a millennial might do because “it looks 70s” but then suddenly it works in moments like the nightmare scene. All in all it was too long and can anyone tell me why we needed the therapist’s storyline Anyway, Tilda kills it and the dancing is pretty great and obviously well prepared. 3.5/5 Skillets. 🍳🍳🍳.5 . . . #horror #horrormovie #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrorfanatic #horrorfanatics #movie #movies #moviereview #moviereviews #horrorreview #film #horrorreviews #horrorshow #filmreviews #filmbuff #filmreview #cinema #scary #psychological #thriller #psychologicalhorror

👹 #TheWitchintheWindow (2018). A father tries to reconnect with his son after he and his wife split up. He decided that he will connect with him in a way only men can...flip an old house. Turns out, this house was previously owned by a nasty ol gal. Kids in the neighborhood used to think she was a witch because kids are mean and terrible. But ya know, if she wasn’t a little spooky then this movie would probably have been a fart of a horror film. Soooo the old lady still haunts the place and is pretty good at creeping the father, son duo out. This is a pretty short movie. I think #shudder clocks it at only 77 minutes. I can dig that! If this movie had been any longer, I don’t think it would have worked. But in the end, this was a very enjoyable little film. There is some really fun mind bendy twists but in the end this actually ends up be a pretty heartfelt movie. Dare I say it’s cute? Idk if I’d go that far, but it’s good. Go check it out. It’s solid!
3.5/5 Skillets. 🍳🍳🍳.5. .
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👹 #TheWitchintheWindow (2018). A father tries to reconnect with his son after he and his wife split up. He decided that he will connect with him in a way only men can...flip an old house. Turns out, this house was previously owned by a nasty ol gal. Kids in the neighborhood used to think she was a witch because kids are mean and terrible. But ya know, if she wasn’t a little spooky then this movie would probably have been a fart of a horror film. Soooo the old lady still haunts the place and is pretty good at creeping the father, son duo out. This is a pretty short movie. I think #shudder clocks it at only 77 minutes. I can dig that! If this movie had been any longer, I don’t think it would have worked. But in the end, this was a very enjoyable little film. There is some really fun mind bendy twists but in the end this actually ends up be a pretty heartfelt movie. Dare I say it’s cute Idk if I’d go that far, but it’s good. Go check it out. It’s solid! 3.5/5 Skillets. 🍳🍳🍳.5. . . . . #horror #horrormovie #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrorfanatic #horrorfanatics #movie #movies #moviereview #moviereviews #horrorreview #film #horrorreviews #horrorshow #filmreviews #filmbuff #filmreview #cinema #scary #psychological #thriller #psychologicalhorror

Today I wanted to check out Wes Craven's directorial debut, an homage to a 1960's Swedish film "the Virgin Spring". This 1970's exploitation film was filmed for a modest $87,000 US dollars, and turned out to be a smash hit that went on to generate over 3 million dollars in the US alone. Due to its strong subject matter this film received a large amount of backlash from the general public when it was first introduced in 1972. 
In my opinion I think it's a horror classic I would recommend anyone to watch (if you have a strong stomach) 9/10

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Today I wanted to check out Wes Craven's directorial debut, an homage to a 1960's Swedish film "the Virgin Spring". This 1970's exploitation film was filmed for a modest $87,000 US dollars, and turned out to be a smash hit that went on to generate over 3 million dollars in the US alone. Due to its strong subject matter this film received a large amount of backlash from the general public when it was first introduced in 1972. In my opinion I think it's a horror classic I would recommend anyone to watch (if you have a strong stomach) 9/10 #horrorreviews #wescraven #thelasthouseontheleft #horror #horrormovies

"But when the machinery begins to rumble and the conveyor belts start to roll, sounds that expedite death are heard by animal and man alike."
Follow a coroner as he goes across the globe, seeking death in its many forms. See animals and people slaughtered... and search for their souls. This is the shockumentary that launched mondo films into the American mainstream... whether people like it or not. 
When you drive by a car accident, a part of you in compelled to dlow down an examine the wreckage. Maybe you even hope to see a body... whether you actually want to or not. It's a human trait that feels offhanded and normal in conversation, but always strikes us as odd when it actually happens. 
When we hear about something terrible... we want to see it. 
This is how Faces of Death gained its notoriety... and why a lot of people dismiss it. Because even though Faces of Death is advertised as "the real thing"... it isn't. It's mostly fake footage... but when it was released the rumors and hyped surrounding it Created a disturbing air of taboo. Edgy kids would rent it to show their friends, hyping up the footage within. Now... people watch it was a novelty. 
And I think that hype kind of neglected what a good "found footage" film it is. Even if most of it is fake... that doesn't make it a bore! All movies are fake... this one just pretended to be real! 
There are moments of genuine footage here of animal cruelty, human autopsy, and surgery. It's when we get to assasination, execution, animal attacks, and paranormal experiences that things are noticeably different. Still, none of it is boring and the shock factor is pretty high, even in context with gore sites and Traces of Death -which I still need a copy of. 
But take away those comparisons and what do we have? A straight gore film... and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that!
Faces of Death is, was, and always will be an edgy film. So what if it's fake? If you have a hankering for gore, you really could do a lot worse. And if you are like me, there is probably some justifiable nostalgia here! Remember being young and stumbling onto "the most shocking film ever made"? It was a good feeling...

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"But when the machinery begins to rumble and the conveyor belts start to roll, sounds that expedite death are heard by animal and man alike." Follow a coroner as he goes across the globe, seeking death in its many forms. See animals and people slaughtered... and search for their souls. This is the shockumentary that launched mondo films into the American mainstream... whether people like it or not. When you drive by a car accident, a part of you in compelled to dlow down an examine the wreckage. Maybe you even hope to see a body... whether you actually want to or not. It's a human trait that feels offhanded and normal in conversation, but always strikes us as odd when it actually happens. When we hear about something terrible... we want to see it. This is how Faces of Death gained its notoriety... and why a lot of people dismiss it. Because even though Faces of Death is advertised as "the real thing"... it isn't. It's mostly fake footage... but when it was released the rumors and hyped surrounding it Created a disturbing air of taboo. Edgy kids would rent it to show their friends, hyping up the footage within. Now... people watch it was a novelty. And I think that hype kind of neglected what a good "found footage" film it is. Even if most of it is fake... that doesn't make it a bore! All movies are fake... this one just pretended to be real! There are moments of genuine footage here of animal cruelty, human autopsy, and surgery. It's when we get to assasination, execution, animal attacks, and paranormal experiences that things are noticeably different. Still, none of it is boring and the shock factor is pretty high, even in context with gore sites and Traces of Death -which I still need a copy of. But take away those comparisons and what do we have A straight gore film... and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that! Faces of Death is, was, and always will be an edgy film. So what if it's fake If you have a hankering for gore, you really could do a lot worse. And if you are like me, there is probably some justifiable nostalgia here! Remember being young and stumbling onto "the most shocking film ever made" It was a good feeling...

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New episode is up. Click the link to stream directly or to subscribe. https://www.horrorphilia.com/dwns-terrible-horror-crap-podcast-episode-160-brother/

 #UnderratedHorror LONG PIGS (2007)
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A truly great indie horror flick that flew way under the radar. Think Man Bites Dog + Behind the Mask + Street Thief, but with a charismatic cannibal as your murderous main character, and some gloriously morbid practical FX. Track this one down, it deserves a bigger fanbase.

It's the rare indie genre film that transcends its low budget with a balance of character work, witty humor, gore, and being engaging start to finish. Without spoiling much, an amateur film crew follows around a serial killer and connoisseur of human delights, Anthony McAlistar, documenting his murderous day-to-day routine, and eventually find themselves lending a hand in the ritual.

One thing that makes the film so enjoyable is the main character, played by Anthony Alviano. His performance as serial killer / human flesh connoisseur Anthony McAlistar elevates a micro-budget faux doc to an entertaining indie gem worthy of repeat viewings. He's calm, charismatic, menacing, and kinda likable (for a guy who kills and eats people). Another asset worth mentioning are the practical FX. In one scene, after dispatching a prostitute with a club, we watch McAlistar completely dismember the body like an animal in a slaughterhouse. It's brutal, unforgettable, and won't disappoint gorehounds.

In a more & #34;lighthearted& #34; moment, the film crew documents McAlistar as he gleefully prepares a pot of human stew in his kitchen. As he slurps a spoonful for a taste-test, he waxes poetic about the decadence of eating human meat. It's a clever nod to Hannibal Lector, giving the archetypal cannibal a hilarious & #34;foodie& #34; touch. Brilliant stuff.

Long Pigs is screaming to be rediscovered. Easily one of my favorite indie horror / found footage / faux doc flicks, I hope to see it garner a sizable cult following someday. Whether or not that'll happen, I'm happy to have a copy in my collection.

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#UnderratedHorror LONG PIGS (2007) 🔪 🦴 🔪🦴🔪🦴🔪🦴🔪 A truly great indie horror flick that flew way under the radar. Think Man Bites Dog + Behind the Mask + Street Thief, but with a charismatic cannibal as your murderous main character, and some gloriously morbid practical FX. Track this one down, it deserves a bigger fanbase. It's the rare indie genre film that transcends its low budget with a balance of character work, witty humor, gore, and being engaging start to finish. Without spoiling much, an amateur film crew follows around a serial killer and connoisseur of human delights, Anthony McAlistar, documenting his murderous day-to-day routine, and eventually find themselves lending a hand in the ritual. One thing that makes the film so enjoyable is the main character, played by Anthony Alviano. His performance as serial killer / human flesh connoisseur Anthony McAlistar elevates a micro-budget faux doc to an entertaining indie gem worthy of repeat viewings. He's calm, charismatic, menacing, and kinda likable (for a guy who kills and eats people). Another asset worth mentioning are the practical FX. In one scene, after dispatching a prostitute with a club, we watch McAlistar completely dismember the body like an animal in a slaughterhouse. It's brutal, unforgettable, and won't disappoint gorehounds. In a more & #34;lighthearted& #34; moment, the film crew documents McAlistar as he gleefully prepares a pot of human stew in his kitchen. As he slurps a spoonful for a taste-test, he waxes poetic about the decadence of eating human meat. It's a clever nod to Hannibal Lector, giving the archetypal cannibal a hilarious & #34;foodie& #34; touch. Brilliant stuff. Long Pigs is screaming to be rediscovered. Easily one of my favorite indie horror / found footage / faux doc flicks, I hope to see it garner a sizable cult following someday. Whether or not that'll happen, I'm happy to have a copy in my collection.

Happy Death Day 2U

We were lucky enough to catch this film last week when they had a premiere and a Q&A with Director Christopher Landon and Actress Jessica Rothe at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

The event was a double feature of the first and the second film, which I do have to say is the best and perfect way to watch the sequel.

Synopsis:

Just when Tree thought her life would go back to normal and continue on to the next day, she soon discovers the catalyst of why she kept suffering in the first place and now things can never be the same again. 
I give Happy Death Day 2U 8 Skulls: 💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 This movie was so much fun. A little light on the horror and heavier on the comedy, but still damn entertaining.

The director managed to flesh out the original story without redoing the first film as a sequel. He also managed to have enough twists and turns to keep me fully invested on the characters, especially Tree and what she deals with.

Jessica Rothe is perfect for this film. Her comedic timing and weight as an actress to be able to switch emotions make her a great lead for a movie that easily could fail with a lesser actress. There are some pretty heavy emotional moments that show some great depth.

If you liked or loved the first one than you have to watch the second. If you haven't seen the first one yet, do yourself a favor and go watch it asap and then watch 2U!

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Happy Death Day 2U We were lucky enough to catch this film last week when they had a premiere and a Q&A with Director Christopher Landon and Actress Jessica Rothe at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. The event was a double feature of the first and the second film, which I do have to say is the best and perfect way to watch the sequel. Synopsis: Just when Tree thought her life would go back to normal and continue on to the next day, she soon discovers the catalyst of why she kept suffering in the first place and now things can never be the same again. I give Happy Death Day 2U 8 Skulls: 💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 This movie was so much fun. A little light on the horror and heavier on the comedy, but still damn entertaining. The director managed to flesh out the original story without redoing the first film as a sequel. He also managed to have enough twists and turns to keep me fully invested on the characters, especially Tree and what she deals with. Jessica Rothe is perfect for this film. Her comedic timing and weight as an actress to be able to switch emotions make her a great lead for a movie that easily could fail with a lesser actress. There are some pretty heavy emotional moments that show some great depth. If you liked or loved the first one than you have to watch the second. If you haven't seen the first one yet, do yourself a favor and go watch it asap and then watch 2U! #Horror #HorrorMovies #HorrorJunkie #BloodJunkie #GoreWhore #Blood #Guts #BloodAndGuts #Shudder #HorrorReviews #MovieReviews #Comics #Marvel #StormkingComics #IndieArtist #IndependentArt #EverydayIsHalloween #VideoGames #Gamer #InfectedVoice #Metal #MetalAndHorror #MetalHead #MusicReviews #SpoilsOfWar #HappyDeathDay #HappyDeathDay2U #JessicaRothe #ChristopherLandon

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THIS WEEK we are diving into a horror sub-genre that neither of us is super familiar with, but after reflecting on our two films—maybe we’re missing out 😱 Any guesses as to the theme of our next episode, which drops THIS WEDNESDAY, February 20th?
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2019-02-17 21:54   21 1

 

•Why doesn’t anyone believe me• .. .. .. THIS WEEK we are diving into a horror sub-genre that neither of us is super familiar with, but after reflecting on our two films—maybe we’re missing out 😱 Any guesses as to the theme of our next episode, which drops THIS WEDNESDAY, February 20th .. .. Please subscribe to #ahhrealfilms on your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode, and be sure to download, rate, and review! 🌚 thanks germs 🦠

My show "Horror Movies and Beyond: Reviewing horror movies for the living to understand the dead." starts Feb 22nd YouTube.
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My show "Horror Movies and Beyond: Reviewing horror movies for the living to understand the dead." starts Feb 22nd YouTube. 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ #TheOprahofHorror #HorrorMoviesandBeyond #horrorgeek #HorrorMovies #horrorshow #curvyhorrorgirl #youtube #horrorreviews #movies #entertainment #horrorhost 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ #macabre #horrornerd #paranormal #hauntings #possession #witches

THE RUST MAIDENS, by Gwendolyn Kiste is a book that fits the prompts from both #ladiesofhorrorfiction “RAGE”, & #nightwormschallenge “TRAGIC”. The inner rage girls in this town feel is fueled by their inability to make decisions for themselves. It’s a time where the parents decide what is best for their female children, often not taking into account the girls own feelings. The “tragic” note is that most just went along with it, for it’s all they knew. The sad fact was the girls could only hope to become whatever their own mother was. They were trapped by the ideology and old-fashioned traditions they grew up with. 
However, there is so much more to this novel! It was my first read of 2019, and a solid 5 ⭐️ read, unquestionably. If you haven’t had the pleasure of reading this book yet, I can’t recommend it highly enough! 🖤🖤🖤
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Included in this photo is “Greta” by @sloanekady , black & gold booksleeve by @atelltalethread ,bat skeleton, tea light holder, and iron owl from my own collection.
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THE RUST MAIDENS, by Gwendolyn Kiste is a book that fits the prompts from both #ladiesofhorrorfiction “RAGE”, & #nightwormschallenge “TRAGIC”. The inner rage girls in this town feel is fueled by their inability to make decisions for themselves. It’s a time where the parents decide what is best for their female children, often not taking into account the girls own feelings. The “tragic” note is that most just went along with it, for it’s all they knew. The sad fact was the girls could only hope to become whatever their own mother was. They were trapped by the ideology and old-fashioned traditions they grew up with. However, there is so much more to this novel! It was my first read of 2019, and a solid 5 ⭐️ read, unquestionably. If you haven’t had the pleasure of reading this book yet, I can’t recommend it highly enough! 🖤🖤🖤 . Included in this photo is “Greta” by @sloanekady , black & gold booksleeve by @atelltalethread ,bat skeleton, tea light holder, and iron owl from my own collection. . . . #nightwormschallenge #ladiesofhorrorfiction #ladiesfirst2019 #tragichorror #ragebook #horrorreads #horrorreader #horrorofinstagram #horrorbooks #horrorfiction #gothicdoll #gothicart #gothicartist #booksleeve #gothicragdoll #horrordoll #homemadehorror #horrorartist #horrorreviews #horrorlover #promotehorror #horrorsubscriptionbox #favoritehorrorbook #welovehorror #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #constantreader #booklover

Happy Death Day

So I really thought I already reviewed this movie. But I guess I never did. I do remember starting this with little to no expectations. Prejudged it as a typical teen horror slop. Lets seen if it changed my mind

Synopsis:. A young college sorority girl finds herself repeating the day of her murder, which also happens to be her birthday.

As each death brings her closer to the truth it may also be killing her for real. Will she solve her own murder or will she die trying?

I give Happy Death Day 8 Skulls: 💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 This movie was too much fun. Loved every second of it. I pegged it as a mindless teen slasher with a twist and got way more out of it.

This is what horror comedy should be. Does a great job of adding in the tension when necessary and it's actually funny.

Jessica Rothe is so damn charming in this film. I love the character growth throughout. She starts as your basic selfish bitch, to a kind hearted person with a real story.

Great fun all around, highly recommend!

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2019-02-17 04:17   26 7

 

Happy Death Day So I really thought I already reviewed this movie. But I guess I never did. I do remember starting this with little to no expectations. Prejudged it as a typical teen horror slop. Lets seen if it changed my mind Synopsis:. A young college sorority girl finds herself repeating the day of her murder, which also happens to be her birthday. As each death brings her closer to the truth it may also be killing her for real. Will she solve her own murder or will she die trying I give Happy Death Day 8 Skulls: 💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 This movie was too much fun. Loved every second of it. I pegged it as a mindless teen slasher with a twist and got way more out of it. This is what horror comedy should be. Does a great job of adding in the tension when necessary and it's actually funny. Jessica Rothe is so damn charming in this film. I love the character growth throughout. She starts as your basic selfish bitch, to a kind hearted person with a real story. Great fun all around, highly recommend! #Horror #HorrorMovies #HorrorJunkie #BloodJunkie #GoreWhore #Blood #Guts #BloodAndGuts #Shudder #HorrorReviews #MovieReviews #Comics #Marvel #StormkingComics #IndieArtist #IndependentArt #EverydayIsHalloween #VideoGames #Gamer #InfectedVoice #Metal #MetalAndHorror #MetalHead #MusicReviews #SpoilsOfWar #HappyDeathDay #JessicaRothe #ChristopherLandon

THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE, by Catherine Cavendish, is a supernatural novel with a strong dose of historical fiction. I felt that the atmosphere was the strongest element here—it was so well defined that I could almost “smell” the noxious odors emanating from the streets of Henderson Close in the late 1800’s!

While the past visions were my favorite part of the story as it alternated from the episodes then, that were influencing the present day, I have to say that I never really “connected” with any of the characters. The ideas were there, I just feel that there were a few too many coincidences that didn’t add up, including how the present-day people were supposed to be linked to those in the past. With all of the things the story had going for it, the ending just didn’t feel as if it resolved even half of the questions I had. Perhaps if it had been shorter, with less open-ended mysteries branching 
off of the main idea, this would have worked better for me. As it stands, I did enjoy the historical aspects, as well as learning about the details from when the Close was an area that people actually LIVED in.

You can read my full ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 review on GoodReads, BookBub, NetGalley, and Amazon.
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2019-02-17 02:34   76 3

 

THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE, by Catherine Cavendish, is a supernatural novel with a strong dose of historical fiction. I felt that the atmosphere was the strongest element here—it was so well defined that I could almost “smell” the noxious odors emanating from the streets of Henderson Close in the late 1800’s! While the past visions were my favorite part of the story as it alternated from the episodes then, that were influencing the present day, I have to say that I never really “connected” with any of the characters. The ideas were there, I just feel that there were a few too many coincidences that didn’t add up, including how the present-day people were supposed to be linked to those in the past. With all of the things the story had going for it, the ending just didn’t feel as if it resolved even half of the questions I had. Perhaps if it had been shorter, with less open-ended mysteries branching off of the main idea, this would have worked better for me. As it stands, I did enjoy the historical aspects, as well as learning about the details from when the Close was an area that people actually LIVED in. You can read my full ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 review on GoodReads, BookBub, NetGalley, and Amazon. . . Included in this photo are Living Dead Dolls Agatha, and Damien. The “Something Wicked This Way Comes” booksleeve is by @stories_and_sweeties . . . . #horrorreviews #bookreviews #scarybooks #welovehorror #reviewersofinstagram #promotehorror #horrorreads #horrorreader #horrorreaders #readersofinstagram #horrorfiction #horrorstories #horror #horrornovel #booklover #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #constantreader #ladiesfirst2019 #livingdeaddolls #livingdeaddollspictures #horrorbooksleeve #booksleeve #horrorlover #historicalfiction

"You hang up on me again and I'll gut you like a fish!"
A group of self-aware teens are plagued by a serial murderer that emulates the formula of generic slasher villians. 
Why do I keep coming back to Scream? I friend and I were talking about horror movies recently, and he said: "Isn't Scream just '90's nostalgia?" To which I hesitated and said: "Uhm... yeah... maybe". It's often called a revitalization from the slasher genre, at least for bring meta-contextual characters into a formulaic plot. It's not particularly gory -it is fairly gruesome, but there is a difference between the two. And, like most slasher titans, it spawned off a few sequels. 
But... why has it endured for as long as it has and why do I continue to watch it over... and over... and over again?
I think nostalgia is not as complex as people make it out to be. If it was, wouldn't it be more exclusive. It isn't only people who were conscious in the '80's that love the 80's... and the same can be said for products of any time that encapsulate what that culture looked and felt like. I'm not genuinely won over by nostalgia... but the reason why its valuable is because it is... simple. You can watch a movie that was a product of the '90's and say "this is what this era looked and felt like"... and that's only half true. It is s simpler and easier-to-process and idealistic version of that time for sure. 
And even horror, with all its gore and trauma and death... even horror is idealistic. 
So do I love Scream because its simple? Do I think it has endured and remained relevant simply because its dated? Maybe... but I think that also underplays its value as a movie. Despite being a cultural marker and narrative satire and tense thriller... I love Scream really because it loves itself. 
It loves its likable, goofy, too aware for their own good cast. It likes its comedic yet pulse pounding tone. It loves its iconic and twisted antagonist. It loves replaying what we all cherish about classic slasher films. 
Scream is... idealistic. It just fits, and works... and it puts a big smile on my face whenever I take the time out of my busy watchlist to "throw it on for old times sake".

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"You hang up on me again and I'll gut you like a fish!" A group of self-aware teens are plagued by a serial murderer that emulates the formula of generic slasher villians. Why do I keep coming back to Scream I friend and I were talking about horror movies recently, and he said: "Isn't Scream just '90's nostalgia" To which I hesitated and said: "Uhm... yeah... maybe". It's often called a revitalization from the slasher genre, at least for bring meta-contextual characters into a formulaic plot. It's not particularly gory -it is fairly gruesome, but there is a difference between the two. And, like most slasher titans, it spawned off a few sequels. But... why has it endured for as long as it has and why do I continue to watch it over... and over... and over again I think nostalgia is not as complex as people make it out to be. If it was, wouldn't it be more exclusive. It isn't only people who were conscious in the '80's that love the 80's... and the same can be said for products of any time that encapsulate what that culture looked and felt like. I'm not genuinely won over by nostalgia... but the reason why its valuable is because it is... simple. You can watch a movie that was a product of the '90's and say "this is what this era looked and felt like"... and that's only half true. It is s simpler and easier-to-process and idealistic version of that time for sure. And even horror, with all its gore and trauma and death... even horror is idealistic. So do I love Scream because its simple Do I think it has endured and remained relevant simply because its dated Maybe... but I think that also underplays its value as a movie. Despite being a cultural marker and narrative satire and tense thriller... I love Scream really because it loves itself. It loves its likable, goofy, too aware for their own good cast. It likes its comedic yet pulse pounding tone. It loves its iconic and twisted antagonist. It loves replaying what we all cherish about classic slasher films. Scream is... idealistic. It just fits, and works... and it puts a big smile on my face whenever I take the time out of my busy watchlist to "throw it on for old times sake".

👹 #TheEndless (2017). Two brothers return to a UFO death cult they left a decade ago. They are looking for closure and a chance to finally move forward with their lives. Things start to get very serious as they realize the cult is getting awfully culty and there is something very serious on the horizon. That’s all I’m going to say about the plot of this movie. You might think you get the picture from my quick synopsis but let me tell you...you don’t. This is one of the better made indie horror sci-fi thrillers I have seen. It is also one of the most wildly unique films I have come across. I think the best way to describe this movie is, if H. P. Lovecraft had written The Odyssey. It is a mind bending journey into fear. Physical, emotional, familial, and personal fear. It’s a journey this one. Straight impressive and refreshingly original. I bought this Blu-ray randomly and am more than glad I did. This is one that warrants multiple viewings and awould be just as enjoyable every time.
5/5 Skillets. 😬 feeling generous right now I guess. 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
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2019-02-16 00:17   46 7

 

👹 #TheEndless (2017). Two brothers return to a UFO death cult they left a decade ago. They are looking for closure and a chance to finally move forward with their lives. Things start to get very serious as they realize the cult is getting awfully culty and there is something very serious on the horizon. That’s all I’m going to say about the plot of this movie. You might think you get the picture from my quick synopsis but let me tell you...you don’t. This is one of the better made indie horror sci-fi thrillers I have seen. It is also one of the most wildly unique films I have come across. I think the best way to describe this movie is, if H. P. Lovecraft had written The Odyssey. It is a mind bending journey into fear. Physical, emotional, familial, and personal fear. It’s a journey this one. Straight impressive and refreshingly original. I bought this Blu-ray randomly and am more than glad I did. This is one that warrants multiple viewings and awould be just as enjoyable every time. 5/5 Skillets. 😬 feeling generous right now I guess. 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 . . . #horror #horrormovie #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrorfanatic #horrorfanatics #movie #movies #moviereview #moviereviews #horrorreview #film #horrorreviews #horrorshow #filmreviews #filmbuff #filmreview #cinema #scary #psychological #thriller #psychologicalhorror

"A life without despair is a life without hope."
DARK DRAMAS FROM A24:
A24 is pretty consistent. In a short time, they have established themselves as a kind of bridge between arthouse and commercial cinema, leaning one way or the other as they so desire. Mostly, I've covered their horror movies on my page... but that depressing tone is just as prevalent in their dramas. This films can be considered exclusively American, tackling politics, poverty, and culture in relation to the U.S.A. First Reformed is a portrait of environmental radicalism, The Mid90s is all about skateboarding and hip-hop... and American Honey is... well... its American Honey. I feel that these films carry a grimey, realistic, and heartfelt message in their own unique ways, and I also find them accessible to anyone, whether you like arthouse cinema or not. 
MID90S: Directed by Jonah Hill, this film was sold as nostalgic skateboard candy, and it is anything but that. A young boy forms a bond with a group of rough-and-tumble skaters in an attempt to get out of his lonely home life with his single mother and abusive older brother. Despite having a sense of humor, there is an ever-present since of doom hanging like a cloud over our cast. They all are escaping sonething... or are facing something inescapable. 
AMERICAN HONEY: With an absent mother and a sleazy father and too much responsibility on her young shoulders considering her siblings, Star gives up dumpster diving to travel cross country with a rag-tag group of rednecks, selling magazine subscriptions. Like Candide, everyone participating in the adventure feels like a representation of real life people and groups. We see America at is best... and at its ugliest. With an almost documentary narrative, it can be overwhelmingly real. 
FIRST REFORMED: A bold achievement from Paul Schrader and Ethan Hawke. A alcoholic priest is shaken by the suicide of an activist, and begins to spiral down a road of reflection and extremist beliefs. The environmental statements and gloomy narrative, coupled by the cold and dry visuals make First Reformed a hard task for the easily disheartened. But it is a task very much worth completing.

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"A life without despair is a life without hope." DARK DRAMAS FROM A24: A24 is pretty consistent. In a short time, they have established themselves as a kind of bridge between arthouse and commercial cinema, leaning one way or the other as they so desire. Mostly, I've covered their horror movies on my page... but that depressing tone is just as prevalent in their dramas. This films can be considered exclusively American, tackling politics, poverty, and culture in relation to the U.S.A. First Reformed is a portrait of environmental radicalism, The Mid90s is all about skateboarding and hip-hop... and American Honey is... well... its American Honey. I feel that these films carry a grimey, realistic, and heartfelt message in their own unique ways, and I also find them accessible to anyone, whether you like arthouse cinema or not. MID90S: Directed by Jonah Hill, this film was sold as nostalgic skateboard candy, and it is anything but that. A young boy forms a bond with a group of rough-and-tumble skaters in an attempt to get out of his lonely home life with his single mother and abusive older brother. Despite having a sense of humor, there is an ever-present since of doom hanging like a cloud over our cast. They all are escaping sonething... or are facing something inescapable. AMERICAN HONEY: With an absent mother and a sleazy father and too much responsibility on her young shoulders considering her siblings, Star gives up dumpster diving to travel cross country with a rag-tag group of rednecks, selling magazine subscriptions. Like Candide, everyone participating in the adventure feels like a representation of real life people and groups. We see America at is best... and at its ugliest. With an almost documentary narrative, it can be overwhelmingly real. FIRST REFORMED: A bold achievement from Paul Schrader and Ethan Hawke. A alcoholic priest is shaken by the suicide of an activist, and begins to spiral down a road of reflection and extremist beliefs. The environmental statements and gloomy narrative, coupled by the cold and dry visuals make First Reformed a hard task for the easily disheartened. But it is a task very much worth completing.

Guys. Guys. We launched a little website. It’s called DIS/MEMBER (@dismemberonline). It’s our new little happy house of horror. We’re aiming to bring you reviews, retrospectives, passion, podcasts and so much more. (Seriously, we’ve banking some cool shit.) Check it out! .
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2019-02-15 15:23   36 12

 

Guys. Guys. We launched a little website. It’s called DIS/MEMBER (@dismemberonline). It’s our new little happy house of horror. We’re aiming to bring you reviews, retrospectives, passion, podcasts and so much more. (Seriously, we’ve banking some cool shit.) Check it out! . . . . . . . . . . #horror #horrorwebsite #horrorsite #horrorreviews

Hey Sally, Laurie, & Ellen patrons! Check out Gracie’s review of the new psychological horror film, BRAID! 💋Patreon.com/goodmourningnancy
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2019-02-14 21:28   25 0

 

Hey Sally, Laurie, & Ellen patrons! Check out Gracie’s review of the new psychological horror film, BRAID! 💋Patreon.com/goodmourningnancy . . #goodmourningnancy #gmn #horrorpodcast #podcasting #horror #gothgirls #horrormovies #horrorreviews #horrorgram #feminist #ssdgm #mfm #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #ladypodsquad #womeninhorror #coffeebreak #coffee #creepygirls #horrorshow #horrorfilms #ghoulgang #podernfamily #womeninhorrormonth #braid #braid2019 #valentinesdaygift

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! We've just dropped episode two on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and Podbean! In this episode we list our favorite new films from 2018 to 2010! We also review Suspiria 2018 and revisit the classic version! Click our bio link to listen now!
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2019-02-14 18:59   6 0

 

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! We've just dropped episode two on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and Podbean! In this episode we list our favorite new films from 2018 to 2010! We also review Suspiria 2018 and revisit the classic version! Click our bio link to listen now! #horror #horrorfreaks #horrorreviews #horrorpodcast #suspiria #datenighthorrorshow

Happy Valentine’s Day! I bought myself a gift from @pixelelixir ❤️💀❤️ Check out Ep. 17 My Bloody Valentine (1981) available on your favorite podcast app! .
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2019-02-14 17:51   52 4

 

Happy Valentine’s Day! I bought myself a gift from @pixelelixir ❤️💀❤️ Check out Ep. 17 My Bloody Valentine (1981) available on your favorite podcast app! . . #mybloodyvalentine #valentinesday #vday #harrywarden #theballadofharrywarden #heart #canadianhorror #goodmourningnancy #gmn #horrorpodcast #podcasting #horror #gothgirls #horrormovies #horrorreviews #horrorgram #feminist #ssdgm #mfm #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #ladypodsquad #womeninhorror #coffeebreak #coffee #creepygirls #horrorshow #horrorfilms #ghoulgang #podernfamily

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