Ruin Me focuses on reluctant final girl, Alexandra, who agrees to take part in a horror themed camping weekend where willing participants get to be part their very own slasher experience. Alexandra’s boyfriend has signed the two of them up for Slasher Sleepout, a combination escape room, haunted house, and outdoor excursion event. Before the weekend is over everyone in their party winds up thrust into something way more horrifying than they ever could have expected. Continue reading “Michigan Based Horror Movie @RuinMeMovie Screening at @FrightFest and @WIHFF from @kleffnotes”
Over the course of the past few weeks I have been working my way through the movies from within The Conjuring series. This all started when my friend offered to loan me her copy of The Conjuring. After talking about it on Twitter I made a friendly wager with a friend, I’d watch the spin off movie Annabelle if he watched more of the tv series Supernatural. The following weekend I watched the official sequel in the series, The Conjuring 2. With a bit of a nudge from a horror movie watching friend I thought I would share my thoughts about the sort of trilogy. Continue reading “The Conjuring of Annabelle: A Review of The Conjuring Series from @kleffnotes”
It was a Redbox kind of weekend. First up was The Conjuring 2 starring Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Frances O’Connor, Simon McBurney, Franka Potente, Madison Wolfe, Lauren Esposito,and Benjamin Haigh. This is following the events from The Conjuring, continuing the stories of Ed and Lorraine Warren. This review is mostly spoiler free.
Supernatural fans love her as Young Mary Winchester. She has struck an emotional chord with countless Arrow viewers (not with a bow but with her acting talent) as Cupid. And as Philomena on AMC’s period drama TURN, she has mesmerized audiences.
Amy Gumenick is one busy actress. The Supernatural and Arrow alum is currently caught in a web of intrigue as Philomena in the riveting AMC period drama TURN: Washington Spies.
I love classic literature and Jane Austen happens to be one of my favorite of the classic authors. From Sense and Sensibility to Mansfield Park, her novels bring an elegance to romance and heartbreak. Continue reading “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Spoiler Free Review! via @luckynerdgirl”
After a long week, the good news is that it’s Friday. The bad news is that it’s Friday the 13th. For the superstitious, time to avoid those black cats and walking under ladders.
I’m not overly superstitious. But I admit that I find myself being a little bit more cautious on Friday the 13th. Yet, there is a way that I like to put a positive spin on this infamous date. I plan to watch Jared Padalecki in the movie Friday the13th.
I’ve been a huge fan of Jared Padalecki since he first appeared as Dean Forester on Gilmore Girls. In 2005, Padalecki became one of the demon hunting Winchester brothers, this time as Sam to Jensen Ackles’ Dean in The CW’s long running show Supernatural.
Last night I had a chance to watch The Forest starring Natalie Dormer. I considered seeing this movie in theaters, but decided to wait for the dvd release. I’m kind of picky about which horror movies I see in theaters, I also don’t always get a chance to catch movies at my local theater. The Forest comes out on dvd and blu-ray this Tuesday so I thought I would give it a shot in the comfort of my own home, which was definitely a better plan than seeing it in the theater. Continue reading “Have You Gone To The Forest? A DVD Release Review from @kleffnotes”
Vampires, zombies, teens, and the state of Ohio. Yep, all of those things are in Freaks of Nature, oh and aliens, because aliens are everywhere. Admittedly I had no idea what this movie was about when I decided to watch it, but when I started it I was instantly super excited. I mean Ed Westwick is a sexy vampire with a leather jacket and Keegan-Michael Key is a super angry vampire teacher. Just that should make you want to watch this movie. Continue reading “Freaks of Nature Review from @kleffnotes”
The Veil when it starts looks like it’s going to an homage to 1970’s cults, kind of like the television show Aquarius or the movie Helter Skelter, with a Charles Manson inspired cult leader urging his followers to accept eternal life with him on the other side. After the opening, the movie shifts to the modern day and we get a much different feel, one more like a Blair Witch style ghost investigation movie, with a surprisingly big name cast including Jessica Alba and Lily Rabe.