The second half of my Grindhouse films review, Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof. Cars, a creepy antagonist played by a Hollywood legend and a cool soundtrack? This is where I should make a car pun, but I won’t. Continue reading “Death Proof Movie Review from @ImmieBroods”
Zombies? Shady characters? Gory? A chef who claims he has the best bbq sauce? Yes, i’ve decided to review the Grindhouse films. Let’s start with Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror. It just begins with a fake trailer for a film called Machete. Due to a cult following, Machete became a film and got itself a sequel. Continue reading “Grindhouse Films Review: Planet Terror from @ImmieBroods”
I went to see It this past weekend and I wanted to share my thoughts on this Stephen King reboot. I tried to avoid major spoilers so if you haven’t seen it you should still be completely fine to watch this. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: #ITMovie Thoughts from @kleffnotes”
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”
Add a little horror to your day and check out some of the figures from the Funko Horror Series 3 surprise boxes before Halloween. Continue reading “@OriginalFunko Horror S3 Surprise Box Unboxing from @kleffnotes”
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.
Throughout all my reviews of the first season of Damien, I have maintained that it is a very smart horror show. It wasn’t about the blood and guts that is so popular in today’s horror and it wasn’t about the jump scares and screaming attractive teenagers of yesteryear either. Damien has been able to not only bring in the best of those elements, but also make something entirely its own. It was hard for many to wrap their heads around it at first. They wanted it spoon fed to them. Why think about an antichrist that has a conscience and may not want to do this or even believe it, when he could be out taking over the world already? Now, now, now. I like that showrunner Glen Mazzara and his writers rejected this and instead brought us the thinker that is Damien.
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.
For anyone who hasn’t heard, Damien is a new show that will debut on A&E this year. It is about Damien Thorn, the child from the classic horror film The Omen, all grown up and finding out he’s the antichrist. Continue reading “New #Damien Poster and Press Kit”
I know I don’t normally talk about documentaries on here, but I watched this really cool vampire documentary sponsored by PBS on dvd this week and wanted to share it with you. Secrets of the Dead is a documentary series that started airing on PBS in 2000. There are different episodes with different themes, but the one I watch was called Vampire Legend. Continue reading “PBS Reveals The Secrets of the Dead”