Oct 262018
 

Creepshow wasn’t a great anthology horror movie but at least three out of the five stories were at least somewhat entertaining and I thoroughly enjoyed “Something to Tide You Over” seeing Leslie Nielson and Ted Danson in dramatic roles.

 

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Oct 242018
 

Trick ‘R Treat is a great anthology horror film with some solid performances from the ensemble cast but it’s Michael Dougherty’s script that really stood out telling a compelling interconnected story that still managed to illicit some well done twists.

 

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Oct 202018
 

House on Haunted Hill actually was an okay flick for the first two-thirds which had some nice and sometimes spooky atmosphere aided by some nice set designs, but all that is thrown out the window with a finale that was so dumb combined with some laughable visual effects.

 

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Aug 092018
 

I had rather low expectations for Pyewacket both based on a really dumb sounding title, and still think it’s laughable, but also these direct-to-video supernatural-horror movies generally aren’t very good. Well, this one genuinely surprised me with a well told story and solid performances

 

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Jul 282018
 

Someone’s Watching Me might not be top shelf John Carpenter, even when taking into account the limitations of being made-for-television, but it is quite entertaining with some genuine thrills.

 

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Jul 152018
 

I had seen Memoirs of an Invisible Man back upon its release either in the theaters or on VHS but never since, and seeing it again 25 years later, and although yes the visual effects aren’t entirely impressive by modern day standards, it still wasn’t too back for that era while the story was a lot of fun to watch.

 

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Mar 262018
 

Full Moon High was the lesser of the teen werewolf movies that spawned out of the 1980s, taking a backseat to Michael J. Fox’s Teen Wolf, which was released four years later. Even so, there were a few humorous moments and Alan Arkin did a fun job in the lead.

 

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