who says popcorn isn't a meal
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Day 30 - Last but not least it's ask a stupid question Day. Watch a horror with at least one really stupid main character. (Ugh, I was guessing there'd be a really stupid main character. I mean there's one that barely says a word, does that count?)
I liked this.
Dusty, desolate and desperate setting, colorful locals, and a rat pack of vampires of course.
My third Brendan Fehr this month somehow, and while the other two were…
Repulsive, creepy, tense, depressing, dark, uncomfortable, damn effective.
Lois Tosar gives an amazing performance and that ending. Oof. I don't think I would watch this again any time soon, but I would recommend to just about anyone who enjoys a psychological horror. This was excellent.
Six Countries: So. Korea
8 Decades: 90's
3 Asian Horror
☠️100 Horror Movies in 92 days☠️
I considered watching Whispering Corridors before this, but decided to jump into the series here.
Well done, creeping-up-behind-you horror film that cares more deeply about the persecution of a young lesbian couple in a South Korean all girls high school by peers and teachers, than any gore, jumps scares, or overdramatic supernatural occurances. Subtle in its genre, it's effectiveness requires attention, but…
Like two insolent, naive, children... Alice Lowe and Steve Oram are great in this.
There are so many strange and wonderful moments.
"Look at that graffiti there..."
"Rob loves Karen"
If you're expecting a Mr. Bean's comedy-of-errors-humor-type film, this will surprise you (to say the least).
This is brutal bloody comedy.
Most saucy use of potpourri ever...
"THIS IS NOT…
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4. Let's have a 70s Dinner Party with a 70s horror, the 70sier the better! If you want to eat something encased in jello while you watch, I won't judge.
Omygarsh the May Morrison Sweets shop is the best thing I've seen in aaaages. This film screams 70s, like a Donovan song gone really really wrong.
This is the quintessential film for May, 1st! 🥀 If you have it on…
I wanted to love this. And while that wasn't the case, there was a lot to like. Great performances all around, some exquisitely executed kills with creative visuals.
I kinda felt overstuffed with sweets and sticky by the end. (That might've been the caramel popcorn, but...) Who knows, my rating may go up upon rewatch.
My love for the original stands.
Scavenger Hunt #78 | September 2021
15. Watch a film that tackles race relations