Michigan Based Horror Movie @RuinMeMovie Screening at @FrightFest and @WIHFF 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”

#Damien Finale ‘Ave Satani’ Proves that @AETV should #RenewDamien via @quietlikeastorm

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.

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@jarpad Jared Padalecki in Friday the 13th via @tdmiller820917

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.

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PBS Reveals The Secrets of the Dead

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”

Deathgasm: The Band, The Movie, The Demon Summoners

I found an interesting little horror movie at work this week called Deathgasm and I mean with a title like that I couldn’t not watch it. I scooped it up and watched it super late in the night. The movie was made and set in New Zealand, and made me really want to rewatch What We Do in the Shadows, but this is an entirely different review. Continue reading “Deathgasm: The Band, The Movie, The Demon Summoners”

The Green Inferno in Review

Eli Roth’s latest movie, The Green Inferno, was on my list of horror movies to watch way back when I heard rumors that it had been investigated for actual cannibalism while it was filming. I have no idea if these rumors are true, but hearing a movie was thought to have actual death in it intrigued me. Okay, maybe I’m super creepy, but that seemed like a ringing endorsement to me. Now normally I steer clear of spoilers, but this time I can’t. Beware, here there be spoilers! Continue reading “The Green Inferno in Review”

Are You Going to #WishCon?

Here at the Nerdy Girl Express we bring you a daily dose of nerdy info about all our favorite shows, movies, books, comics and more. We are pleased to be able to now tell you about an amazing new convention that is happening that you can be a part of right now from the ground up. This is for fans, vendors, press, volunteers and everyone else interested. It’s called the Women In Sci-Fi and Horror Convention or WishCon for short. Its main objective is to celebrate and showcase the women in front of and behind your favorite sci-fi, fantasy and horror television genres, but all creations are welcome. This con has a lot going for it even though it is brand new. Let me tell you all about it as there is a ton of ground to cover. Continue reading “Are You Going to #WishCon?”