• The Sound of Blue, Green and Red

    The Sound of Blue, Green and Red


    Guess I shouldn’t have let the poster lead me to the film, I unfortunately wasn’t too big of a fan of this one. Still had an interesting concept, it just wasn’t executed well enough to keep me invested.

  • It Came Nameless in Spring

    It Came Nameless in Spring


    Night 15 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    A well-shot and constructed short that has a lot of potential for a full-length feature. I forget how good some of the Alter shorts can be!

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills


    Night 14 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    What a film Halloween Kills is. Serving as the middle film of this new trilogy, it’s no surprise that it has garnered so many different opinions. I can see both sides of the arguments, but I found the film to be nothing short of an absolute blast. What more could I ask for when it comes to a middle film within a trilogy, with the killer going on an absolute rampage, being the…

  • Drive-In Massacre

    Drive-In Massacre


    Night 13 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Drive-In Massacre is a pretty forgettable film unfortunately, not offering much that was interesting enough to stay invested in.

  • The Thing

    The Thing


    Night 12 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Finally got to watch my 4K copy of The Thing, and this film has never looked more incredible. It’s been a while since I last watched the film, so it was great to give it a chance and remember just how good of a film it is. It’s a perfect balance of the chilly isolation and pure terror, with some fantastic practical effects. There’s a reason why this film has had such a legacy, and this 4K transfer really does it justice. Such a great film.

  • Trilogy of Terror

    Trilogy of Terror


    Night 11 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Trilogy of Terror is a quick anthology film, with some good performances from Karen Black, but is otherwise forgettable. It has a charm to it though, which ended up making it a decent watch in the end.

  • Separation



    Night 10 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    A decent short, which I applaud for exploring body horror.

  • The Monster Squad

    The Monster Squad


    Night 9 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Wow, what a fun little film The Monster Squad is! After watching In Search of Darkness, I had really wanted to watch it, but couldn’t find the right time to watch it. Thankfully, I thought it was about time, and I’m so glad I did. Light on horror, but it’s not trying to be a gruesome horror film, but more of an introduction to the genre for younger audiences, while still being fun for the adults. I had a blast watching this, I’m so glad that I finally was able to give it a watch.

  • Muppets Haunted Mansion

    Muppets Haunted Mansion


    Night 8 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Muppets Haunted Mansion honestly ended up being so much more fun and cute than I was expecting it to be. It was genuinely one of the funniest things that I’ve seen recently, while still keeping the atmosphere that the Haunted Mansion has. It’s my first Muppets special, so I will definitely need to check more of them out, since I enjoyed this one so much.

  • The Evil Dead

    The Evil Dead


    Night 7 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    What a treat it was to get to experience this beauty in the big screen. It looks stunning as ever, and was so much fun to see with a crowd (even if the crowd wasn’t terribly fun to be around). This really was a special treat for my birthday this year!

  • Grave Encounters

    Grave Encounters


    Night 6 of 31 Nights of Halloween

    Such a fun film, with some of the most effective jump scares out there. It’s nowhere near a perfect film, but one that I have a soft spot for, and one that perfectly fits the Halloween spirit.

  • Titane



    Undoubtedly one of 2021’s most ambitious films, Titane proves that director Julia Ducournau is a powerhouse of a filmmaker. While being an u comfortable watch at times, Titane shows the strength that a strange narrative can have when paired with a string script and top-tier actors. This film is absolutely bonkers, which is why the polarizing views are understandable, but this film really is something special if you’re willing to immerse into this world. This is a completely unique film, one…