1922 on @Netflix by @erinwise82

1922

Based on a Stephen King novella, 1922 tells the gruesome tale of a farmer’s confession of killing his wife…..and the terror that followed. Continue reading “1922 on @Netflix by @erinwise82”

Fangirl Freakouts: #ITMovie Thoughts from @kleffnotes

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”

@112263OnHulu had It’s Final Show And It Was Perfect. Bravo! via @erinwise82

I had never thought to get Hulu before hearing about 11.22.63. That’s the honest truth. Whenever you hear the names Stephen King or JJ Abrams, you know something awesome is coming. When you hear those two names together along side James Franco, you know you’re about to see brilliance on your screen. When I heard this project premiered, I was on Hulu ordering my subscription within minutes. For me it was a great decision, I love the service on top of this wonderful mini series.  ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS!! Continue reading “@112263OnHulu had It’s Final Show And It Was Perfect. Bravo! via @erinwise82”

I Ain’t Afraid of No Clowns

I admit I’m way behind in horror movies. I love them, but I used to only really watch vampire themed horror movies or sort of teen witch themed things. What that means for all of you is that I have loads of traditional horror movies to write about. This week I’ve been reading a creepy carnival short story book, it’s called Carniepunk and I love it so far, I’m definitely going to write about it at a later date so keep your eyes peeled, and thought why don’t I give that IT movie a watch. I’m capitalizing both letters just to make sure it actually looks like a title instead of just a typo of the word it. I know people who are terrified of the movie and of Pennywise so I decided this was definitely a lights on sort of watch. Continue reading “I Ain’t Afraid of No Clowns”