Terror Firmer (1999)
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[takes a deep breath] You smell that? There's nothing quite like Troma in the morning! Let's check out the delightfully disgusting: Terror Firmer I love Troma films. Absolutely love them! What is it about starting my weekend mornings off with blood baths, breasts, guts, sex everywhere, flying limbs, scathing and witty social commentary, body juices all over the place, fire, exploding body parts, and  just general chaos. Who knows! That's between me and my therapist, I guess.  Here we have the classic tale of a small budget film crew and a serial killer on the loose. Everythi ..read more
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Skinamarink (2022)
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3M ago
This movie has been living rent free in my head for a while, and there it will probably stay for years. Shuttered, elusive, suffocating, and a royal mind f*ck - this film is not for everyone.  Let's check out: Skinamarink Let me start off by saying this is not a movie you *watch*, it's a movie you experience. This is very important.  Best as I can tell, a young sister and brother are left alone (seemingly) in a house that slowly begins to trap them in an endless, windowless, light-less, and parent-less home. They take care of each other and their loneliness by watching cartoons ..read more
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The Day of the Locust (1975)
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3M ago
Somewhere in the back of my brain, I knew this movie was originally a book. I'm not so sure I have the courage to read it though after this viewing experience. Let's check out the classic story: The Day Of The Locust Oh god.  I really had no idea what I was getting into with this one. But based on what little information I did take a peek at, I was pretty confident that I was going to get sucked down some sort of David Lynchian madness, mixed with a healthy dose of emotional chaos, and a hearty meal of existential dread.  Guess what? I Was Right! I'm never fully prepared for ..read more
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The Unknown (1927)
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4M ago
Back in the days when streaming services weren't really a thing and I was getting Netflix in the mail, I used to go the library and rent a ton of films. For a couple of years I was primarily checking out silent films.  I love silent films. I'm on death's doorstep laughing at some of these silent films (this does not even include Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton works!). One of my favorites is a story about suburb life - in the 1910's!!!! I was on THE FLOOR. DECEASED WITH LAUGHTER.  Good stuff.  You know what else is good stuff? Silent Horror Films. Let's check out: The Unkno ..read more
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Happy Halloween! Here's 18 Short Horror Films You Need To See! (2023 edition)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 31: Happy Halloween everyone!! Here is 18 brilliant short horror films to spook up your day. Why 18 you ask? Because this is the 8th month of the old Roman calendar and the 10th month of the current calendar. BRAINS! So without further ado, below is my pick of some of the best out there. With a review of 18 words or less, and in no particular order, please enjoy Horror Habit's 2023 Short Horror Film Festival. Anaconda: Sex - lots of sex! Power, and the internet. This one is brilliant. Meet Jimmy: UHHHHHHGGGGG! I Listen To So Much TRUE CRIME PODCASTS! [crying and s ..read more
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Buried Alive (1990)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 30 I'm sending off this year's October Challenge with a real winner! GIVE ME ALL THE MADE-FOR-TV THRILLERS! Let's check out: Buried Alive This title doesn't leave much to the imagination but let me tell you - the ending is EVERYTHING. Here we have the classic tale of a wife who is done being married and looking for more money. Her and her lover concoct a plan that is sure to be a fail safe for the future they want to embark on.  UH OH Are you sure, madam? Are You SURE? Oh my gawd I love this stuff so much! Well, as you can imagine, the "death" of her husba ..read more
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The Nanny (1965)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 29 You know I'll NEVER turn down a Bette Davis film. Particularly scary Bette Davis! Let's take a look at: The Nanny Here we have the tale of a loving nanny, waiting for the return of her charge - a 10 year old boy - who's returning from a mental institution because ... well ... something terrible happened when he was 8 years old....  The mother is having a breakdown about her son's return. The father isn't having anything to do with anyone's feelings and just yeets out of town. There's the nanny though, she's tried and true and holds everything together, much ..read more
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Rabbit (2017)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 28 I had to sit with this one for a while. It's ... different. Let's take a look at: Rabbit This is a story about a woman who feels her missing twin sister is in danger, needs her, and she knows where to find her. This is kind of neat - a spooky tale about twins being spooky! And it is neat, and weird, and odd, and wait a minute ... what is going on here?  This film's atmosphere is mesmerizing! Particularly as we join the wanderings of this young woman's journey through eastern South Australia. And wanderings we go, I got left behind a few times and had to ca ..read more
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Fright House (1989)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 27 Okay, so it's Friday night and you're all settled in for the evening. What do you watch? Trash sometimes. Sometimes it's trash. Let's take a look at: Fright House So the description of this film hinted at some sort of anthology but I didn't see anything that resembled that. In fact, I still have No Idea what I watched?! At the beginning there was something about a monster killing people, making it look like a suicide? Then there is a bare-chested witch posing as a therapist? There's a cop being mean to his fiance? There is a fraternity that inherited an abandoned ho ..read more
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Pet Sematary: Bloodlines (2023)
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4M ago
October Challenge Day 26 My siblings and I, we're a Pet Sematary household. We grew up with - and would routinely watch - the original. This was made more horrifying because Gage looked just like our youngest brother. So it was a lot of fun when one of my brothers came over to my place to watch this film while we were on a text thread with the other brothers.   Let's take a look at: Pet Sematary: Bloodlines Now this is a fun premise! It's the origin story of Jud Crandall (Jud from the 2019 Pet Sematary, not the original Jud (1989) - and how the cursed, stony ground began (in a ..read more
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