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22 year old male, headbanger, cinephile, horror fanatic, independent liberal, Bernie Bro, Donald Trump hater, agnostic, admirer of fine women.

I basically use this site to keep a "Horror Journal" chronicling the horror films I watch for the first time, yearly. I also add mini-reviews with each entry, which I like to think are rather well written. I'm a huge horror fan, if you can't tell. ;)

I'm a hardcore and rock/metal guy and a vocalist. Working on starting up my own metalcore band.

Message me about anything else and have a great time on my page. :)

Also, please ignore pretty much all of my lists dated before 2016, besides my horror journals. It's a mess in there, and there's far too many sloppy lists of "hot girls" thanks to my (at the time) raging hormones. ;)

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The Tomb of Ligeia (1964) review

Posted : 1 week, 4 days ago on 11 April 2021 08:10 (A review of The Tomb of Ligeia (1964))

This was the final film in Roger Corman's series of Poe films, known as the "Poe Cycle". This one is based off the tale that was apparently Poe's favorite amongst his own work. I'm not sure how closely the screenplay sticks to the original story, but if it's faithful, this is far from Poe's best work, or Corman's. In fact, this just may be the weakest of the entire series of Corman/Poe films. There's just nothing whatsoever to keep one interested by the proceedings. The story is executed in a dragging fashion with no memorable or exciting moments of tension or fright.ย For most of the film, there is simply nothing of interest happening on screen.

This could be because Corman regular Richard Matheson was absent in the writer's seat, replaced by Robert Towne, who zaps the life out of even the dialogue. And worst of all, it's blatantly obvious to anyone familiar with 1960's horror films exactly where things are going from the start. There's no signature twist as in most of these films, and even the finale is a bore. Vincent Price is the only bright spot, and his performance shines, but he's left with an empty script that gives him nothing to chew on. All together, this is not a conventionally terrible film, but it's indeed a mediocre bore. Even Corman fantatics can sit this one out without missing anything.

My Rating:ย  5/10


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The Curse of the Werewolf review

Posted : 1 week, 4 days ago on 11 April 2021 07:48 (A review of The Curse of the Werewolf)

This was Hammer's take on "The Wolf Man", and one of their less remembered films. In the beginning it shows great promise, setting the stage with a tragic opener that is narrated like a legend. Sadly, this is the only memorable part of the film. The explanation provided for lycanthropy is incredibly silly, and basically equates the mythical creature to possession, along with some misguided, ignorant bullshit about the children of rape being prone to curses.

Furthermore, the film has difficulty making it's characters feel like real human beings, and the werewolf is never even seen until the final 10 minutes of the film. Oliver Reed is the only bright spot, in an early role that's just as fiery and impassioned as any other in his career. Otherwise this is an empty-headed, rather insulting addition to the lycanthrope genre. And it's easy to see why it's one of Hammer's less fondly recalled efforts.


My Rating:ย  5/10



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The Terror (1963) review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:43 (A review of The Terror (1963))

This is perhaps the most poorly received of the Corman Poe-Cycle (even though it is not actually based on a Poe text), and it's easy to see why. Not only was Corman working with what was obviously a much smaller budget than most of his Poe adaptations, but the film is a mess in many other ways as well. The cinematography is muddy and much too dark in some scenes, the plot unfolds in a manner that is pure cheese and towards the end some twists are thrown in that make the whole ordeal next to impossible to understand.

There is some good, though. The acting keeps things moving along with great performances by Karloff, a very young Jack Nicholson and Dick Miller. They don't have much to work with, but they give it one hundred percent all the way. Also, there are a few effective moments, though nothing frightening, and the film does sport a spooky atmosphere. The ending also closes things on a fiendish note, but by then you'll be far too restless with the tedious plot and near incomprehensible twists to look back upon it with favor. It's not notably awful or anything of that sort, but a very messy film indeed. I can't really recommend it to anyone. Even Corman fans are better off skipping this one.


My Rating:ย  5/10



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Villains review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:42 (A review of Villains)

We've seen a glut of these "role reversed" home-invasion films by now. The trend started way back in the 90's with "The People Under The Stairs" and gained real traction with "Don't Breathe" in 2016. Stories of likeable, anti-hero criminals who break into someone else's home, only to find the homeowners to be the true psychopaths, have become commonplace. And the trope is nearly worn down to it's last leg. This little film doesn't exactly bring anything innovative to the table, but thanks to a fantastic cast and witty writing, it becomes a very watchable example of this sub-genre.

As said, most praise must go to the cast, who elevate the humdrum plot by giving wonderful performances. Bill Skarsgard and Maika Monroe have absolutely perfect chemistry and make an adorable, believable couple. Their comedic timing is great as well, and their interactions are often genuinely funny. Meanwhile Jeffrey Donovan gives a powerful turn as the man of the house, shifting from comically overblown machismo, to appropriately intense menace. Kyra Sedgewick is much the same as his wife. A prim, proper little woman, always on the verge of a psychotic episode.

The script provides plenty of involving dialogue and comedy between the characters, and that's what keeps the film going. Because outside of these aspects, it's a completely predictable affair. It has it's moments of suspense, but never becomes frightening, intense, gory or quite bizarre enough. This is one horror film which rests entirely on it's script and actors, and it's a worthy watch for that reason alone, if you like horror comedies. It could've been really special, though.


My Rating:ย  6/10



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No Telling review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:42 (A review of No Telling)

Thanks to a recent Blu-Ray release by IFC, this film is finally available to the general public. This is Larry Fessenden's feature debut, and it's surprisingly good. Fessenden's work is hit or miss nowadays, and he's mostly known as an indie producer under his "Glass Eye Pix" banner. But this film showed tremendous potential for a man that would become one of the most instrumental voices in independent filmmaking over the next few years.

While it certainly functions as a horror film, it can feel a lot more like a drama. And it wears it's political statements on it's sleeve, taking a very bold, but not overbearing ecological stance. It's one that will be uncomfortable for environmentalists and vegans to watch at times, but a film that carries their statements well in the end. The unknown actors are unexpectedly fantastic in their roles as well, and really help sell the drama and create relatable characters. And while the budget can hold the film back, it never becomes boring or amateurish. If you dig Fessenden's work or independent films in general, and you can track this one down without paying an insane amount for it, then it's worth a watch.


My Rating:ย  6/10



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Parasite (1982) review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:41 (A review of Parasite (1982))

This is one of Charles Band's earliest films, long before he helmed Full Moon Features. Besides that, it's most notable for being the first feature film appearance of Demi Moore, whom is mostly embarrassed by it nowadays. And for good reason, as this is easily one of Band's worst directorial efforts, which is saying quite a lot. The plot is mostly nonexistent, and details some sort of post-apocalyptic future which we never really get a handle on, besides some utterances of nuclear fallout. The entire film takes place in a dusty small town, that seems to only have a population of about 10 people, most of them played by downright horrible actors.

Worst of all, is that the film was originally intended for 3D release, which amounts to nothing more than slow motion fistfights, with bodies flying at the camera and some shots of parasites springing towards the screen. Speaking of which, these are some of Stan Winston's worst effects, and it's nearly impossible to imagine from his work here, that he would become one of the greatest effects artists of all time. There's really nothing to enjoy about this one, and it also commits the cardinal sin of being boring. Even trash fans and Full Moon fanatics can skip out on this one safely.


My Rating:ย  3/10



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The Nesting review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:41 (A review of The Nesting)

This is a mostly forgotten ghost story, with it's only claim to fame being a small role by John Carradine. Otherwise, it becomes readily apparent why it has been left to fade into obscurity. The plot is a simple rehash of the usual haunting tropes, with films even in it's own release year that tell the same tale. And direction and cinematography are completely static, without a shred of style. Much of the film is rather ineptly directed, with the gorier scenes featuring some clunky makeup effects, and furniture being pulled around on thin wires.

The acting is mostly unremarkable, save for a great performance by Robin Groves in the lead role. She really puts her all into her portrayal of an agoraphobic character, and displays talent wasted on this toothless film. Most of the horror bits are staged so haphazardly that they come off as unintentionally funny, and the writing is barebones as possible, with some downright laughable lines thrown in for good measure ("You're too damn crazy to be crazy!"). This uninspired, overlong clunker can't hold a candle to ghostly classics of the same decade, like "The Changeling" and "Ghost Story". You can leave it in the bottom of the thrift-shop bin.


My Rating:ย  4/10



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Private Parts (1972) review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:41 (A review of Private Parts (1972))

This is an early film from Paul Bartel, who would go on to directly, mostly, offbeat comedies, his most infamous being "Eating Raoul". But this effort is easily categorizable as a horror film, with a distinctly black sense of humor. Like many low-budget exploitation films of the 70's, it's prominent aspect is centered around sexuality. In this case, sexual repression, with the cast mostly being comprised of characters who must stifle or hide their carnal desires in one way or another.

The horror bits are mostly ineffective, save for a grimy atmosphere and a few disturbing scenes, there isn't much gore or nary a shred of tension. And the ending twist becomes somewhat problematic, what with it's social connotations. It's at least rather forward thinking in it's portrayal of sexual repression leading to mental health issues. Besides that, the cast is mostly decent. However, leading lady Ayn Ruymen is a rather horrible actress and completely butchers her role. Bartels' direction is surprisingly steady and somewhat artful as well. But it mostly uses it's LGBT characters as punchlines to a joke, or treats them as circus freaks to marvel over. And I cannot condone that. Moreover, the purpose of it's narrative is difficult to understand. In the end, this is far from an exploitation classic.


My Rating:ย  5/10



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The Hole review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:41 (A review of The Hole)

At the time of it's release, this was the first feature length film that Joe Dante had directed in quite a few years. However, it's just further proof of the sad depths to which the greats have fallen. I wasn't at all impressed with Dante's last film, "Burying The Ex", but this one is even more mediocre affair. I'm beside myself attempting to explain how a once talented director can churn out products that feel like Lifetime movies years into their careers. The film's direction is incredibly pedestrian, cinematography looks like an I-Max special, and the plotting is some of the most blatantly unoriginal I have ever seen.

One could argue that it would make for a great "kid's first horror film", but Dante himself has directed better films that serve said purpose in the past. And something this mundane can't hold a candle to the genius of "Gremlins". There's nothing the least bit frightening, or even momentarily thrilling about any of the toothless scares and dirt-cheap effects. And worst of all, the film does flirt with some fascinating, surprisingly mature domestic themes towards the end. But by then, it's all for naught. Most of the cast is merely decent, but leading man Chris Massoglia stands out in an exceptionally bad performance. He slurs his speech like a drunkard and can't seem to find the will in himself to care about much of anything. I don't know if I can blame him for struggling to find the energy to perform such tired material, however. This film bears no marks of the Joe Dante that fans once knew.


My Rating:ย  5/10



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The Devil Rides Out review

Posted : 2 weeks ago on 8 April 2021 01:40 (A review of The Devil Rides Out )

This is often considered one of Hammer's last great films. And while certainly a much more enjoyable effort than some of their endeavors of the time, it's still a deeply flawed picture. Mostly because it's so patently silly. A tale of "satanic worship" ripped straight from the headlines of the "satanic panic" era, complete with colorfully robed rich folks, making sacrifices to the dark lord. However, the whole thing is presented with a completely straight face, and a somber, serious atmosphere.

It does have it's moments of suspense, that surprisingly still hold up. But the effects and visuals are clunky and laughable now, and the ending devolves into supremely silly religious tripe. Still, the film is beautifully directed by Hammer veteran Terrence Fisher, and Christopher Lee gives one of his very best performances as a soldier of God, with extensive occult knowledge. It just becomes difficult to take seriously when things devolve to a room of grown adults practicing fictional "Christian mysticism" to combat equally fictional "black magic". It could've been fun if it didn't take itself as seriously as Citizen Kane. But it remains one of Hammer's more watchable occult efforts.


My Rating:ย  6/10



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“This was the final film in Roger Corman's series of Poe films, known as the "Poe Cycle". This one is based off the tale that was apparently Poe's favorite amongst his own work. I'm not sure how closely the screenplay sticks to the original story, but if it's faithful, this is far from Poe's best wor” read more

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“This was Hammer's take on "The Wolf Man", and one of their less remembered films. In the beginning it shows great promise, setting the stage with a tragic opener that is narrated like a legend. Sadly, this is the only memorable part of the film. The explanation provided for lycanthropy is incredibly” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Terror (1963)

“This is perhaps the most poorly received of the Corman Poe-Cycle (even though it is not actually based on a Poe text), and it's easy to see why. Not only was Corman working with what was obviously a much smaller budget than most of his Poe adaptations, but the film is a mess in many other ways as we” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Villains

“We've seen a glut of these "role reversed" home-invasion films by now. The trend started way back in the 90's with "The People Under The Stairs" and gained real traction with "Don't Breathe" in 2016. Stories of likeable, anti-hero criminals who break into someone else's home, only to find the homeow” read more

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Beanie posted a review of No Telling

“Thanks to a recent Blu-Ray release by IFC, this film is finally available to the general public. This is Larry Fessenden's feature debut, and it's surprisingly good. Fessenden's work is hit or miss nowadays, and he's mostly known as an indie producer under his "Glass Eye Pix" banner. But this film s” read more

2 weeks ago
Beanie posted a review of Parasite (1982)

“This is one of Charles Band's earliest films, long before he helmed Full Moon Features. Besides that, it's most notable for being the first feature film appearance of Demi Moore, whom is mostly embarrassed by it nowadays. And for good reason, as this is easily one of Band's worst directorial efforts” read more

2 weeks ago
Beanie posted a review of The Nesting

“This is a mostly forgotten ghost story, with it's only claim to fame being a small role by John Carradine. Otherwise, it becomes readily apparent why it has been left to fade into obscurity. The plot is a simple rehash of the usual haunting tropes, with films even in it's own release year that tell ” read more

2 weeks ago
Beanie posted a review of Private Parts (1972)

“This is an early film from Paul Bartel, who would go on to directly, mostly, offbeat comedies, his most infamous being "Eating Raoul". But this effort is easily categorizable as a horror film, with a distinctly black sense of humor. Like many low-budget exploitation films of the 70's, it's prominent” read more

2 weeks ago
Beanie posted a review of The Hole

“At the time of it's release, this was the first feature length film that Joe Dante had directed in quite a few years. However, it's just further proof of the sad depths to which the greats have fallen. I wasn't at all impressed with Dante's last film, "Burying The Ex", but this one is even more medi” read more

2 weeks ago
Beanie posted a review of The Devil Rides Out

“This is often considered one of Hammer's last great films. And while certainly a much more enjoyable effort than some of their endeavors of the time, it's still a deeply flawed picture. Mostly because it's so patently silly. A tale of "satanic worship" ripped straight from the headlines of the "sata” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Macabre

“This was the first horror film directed by William Castle, who would go on to make a name for himself as something of a horror film "showman", whose films always had a gimmick. In this film's case, it was a life insurance policy offered to every person who watched the film, as it may "scare them to ” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Black Sleep

“This is something of a minor cult classic, and certainly an odd, cheesy little effort. The main point of interest for horror fans is the star studded cast. Basil Rathbone, Lon Chaney, John Carradine and Bela Lugosi all in one film is quite a dream come true for horror fanatics. And while the film is” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Plan 9 from Outer Space

“This is perhaps the most famous "So Bad, It's Good" film ever made. Directed, written and produced by master of unintentional hilarity, Ed. Wood Jr. Himself. We're used to such irredeemable slop being released in the low-budget film market today, that this film is actually much better than many of t” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Phobias

“It's extremely difficult to put this film into words. It is simply such a confused, muddled, laughably pretentious, but blatantly empty-headed mess that it almost defies explanation. It certainly defies logic. It didn't have to be this way. The concept of the film itself is decent enough, but the ex” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Toll

“Horror flicks about haunted roads are nothing new, but not nearly as over-saturated as some other sub-genres of supernatural horror. "The Toll" immediately called back to the underrated "Wind Chill" with it's set-up involving a young woman sharing a ride with a slightly creepy driver, who's car brea” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Vigil

“In recent years, many horror films have attempted to use the supernatural as a metaphor for, or conduit through which they can observe the effects of trauma on the human psyche. Whether that be mental illness or the effects of bigotry and hatred on it's victims, some have succeeded in producing thou” read more

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“This film is a bit of an oddity. A Hammer film, released in between the studio's two hits; "Horror Of Dracula" and "The Curse Of Frankenstein", this is a period piece like most of their films, and directed and written by Hammer regulars Terrence Fisher and Jimmy Sangster. Yet, it feels like no other” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Open 24 Hours

“This little film somehow managed to slip right by me in 2018, when it was released. Apparently it's only started blowing up on VOD as of late, and I have to say it's deserving of some cult recognition. Director Padraig Reynolds has been working in the genre since 2011, and he's managed to produce so” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Rental

“This is the directorial debut of Dave Franco. I must say, I had no idea that Franco had any interest in directing, let alone would I have guessed that his first film would be a horror film. Much to my surprise, this turned out to be a decent effort, if not anything particularly memorable. The script” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Host

“This is the first horror film to be shot completely during quarantine, fittingly taking place over a Zoom call. But I'm having a very hard time understanding the positive reception to it thus far. It's barely a feature length film, only padding out to 54 minutes long, and though it gets to the actio” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Hunter Hunter

“This little film took me by surprise, and managed to be quite gripping from the start. It begins with an atmosphere that strikes a perfect blend of survival thriller and American gothic, while slowly ratcheting up the tension. The plot is simple, but quite unique, and the acting is very good. Devon ” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Willy's Wonderland

“If you enter "Willy's Wonderland" expecting a straight-faced horror film that places great emphasis on story and sense, you only have yourself to blame. This is a film about Nicolas Cage beating the crap out of murderous demonic animatronics. If that premise sounds like it could offer you some popco” read more

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Beanie posted a review of The Empty Man

“This film quite literally came out of nowhere, and disappeared almost as quickly. After being shelved for a few years, it was dumped into theaters during the very middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. Almost as if distributors didn't have enough faith in the film other than to use it as anything but a gu” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Anything for Jackson

“There's been a decent buzz around the horror community for this little indie film, and at first glance all is well. Whilst the plot isn't the most original, it combines enough elements from different sub-genres of horror to stand out, and the cast is quite good. But all together, the film is simply ” read more

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Beanie posted a review of Come Play

“"Come Play" is the very definition of mediocracy in modern horror. While independent films have been happy to tread new ground, and reinvigorate classic sub-genres, big-studio horror has become a game of predictable jump-scares, clunky CGI and paper-thin scripting. And this film is no different. It ” read more

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“If there's one thing that's clear long before one even begins watching "Spell", it's the films complete lack of originality. All it requires is to skim a plot summary to realize that this is nothing more than a riff on "Misery" with some old-fashioned voodoo thrown in. Even those aspects of the plot” read more

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Hey there, thank you for Sempiternal recommendation on my 2013 music list. I'll check it for sure. Have a nice day !
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Thanks for comment on my music diary. I understand that about my commentary on the War Is The Answer - Five Finger Death Punch :) I didn't write that singers who shout, don't have the talent. On the contrary, I think that the singer of this group has a great voice. I understand that in singing like this about express emotions, and I respect that :] Just as you wrote, this music is not for everyone. I'm still trying, but I prefer the calmer sounds :] I think I'm getting really old...
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I updated the list "Cinema & Its Bullshit" mentioning some reasons to why I find those films to be utter crap, if you care to take a look.
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