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Big Movie Enthusiast
I Love the Unexpected in Films
Favorite genres: #horror, Psychological Thriller, Mystery. 👻🎃
Spooktober 2021 - #21
Horror Theme / Subgenre: SAME UNIVERSE
This won over Wolf Creek 2 (2013) and The Devil's Reject (2005).
Sure, it’s very different from the previous movies, but the traps were sick and the gore was impressive.
I actually really enjoyed the first half, however the ending was a bit far-fetched.
Overall, it’s not beating the original Wrong Turn; Three Finger, Saw-Tooth and One-Eye scarred my childhood like no character in this one ever could.
Spooktober 2021 - #20
Horror Theme / Subgenre: GOTHIC
I’m not fond of ghosts stories, but I can’t deny it: Guillermo Del Toro (whom I love) is the master director of the whimsical and eerie.
Crimson Peak is a beautiful tale in every way; the Edwardian decor and costumes were absolutely splendid.
Although it is more of a romance/mystery, it offers a great horror ambiance with its macabre feeling and red infused scenery.
Spooktober 2021 - #18
Horror Theme / Subgenre: JAPANESE
Easily one of the weirdest, if not THE weirdest movie I’ve ever seen.
It’s trippy... and chaotic... and absurd... and so imaginative!
Even though the transitions and montage were pretty bizarre, House left me speechless and was full of surprises until the very end!
If you are in for something different, this movie shall please you!
Spooktober 2021 - #17
Horror Theme / Subgenre: FOUND FOOTAGE
“I’m afraid to close my eyes. I’m afraid to open them.”
I watched The Blair Witch Project with low expectations, but it definitely caught my attention!
With the tension building up and the paranoia taking over, everything felt authentic and not scripted at all; I can now understand why people were so shaken after watching this.
I find it clever that the makers chose not to reveal much at the end; it really adds creepiness to the story.