Mercy

Mercy is a psychopath horror film that is a Netflix original with quite a few twists. The film has some interesting parts like showing multiple perspectives on the same scenario while still keeping the viewers attention with smaller details. Unfortunately it couldn’t save it from a rather tedious and uncaring plot. The reason for this was the characters depth wasn’t there. The left me with a filling that there was so much potential but it was wasted. If you like psychopath movies and want a unique twist on the genre…

Visions

Visions felt like a mix of The Shining and Rosemary’s Baby. It was strangely familiar film with slightly different plot line. I found myself both loving this film and found it boring. It’s boring because the plot was familiar and it made it made it tougher to stay immersed in the film. Several scenes where not shocking and scary because of that. At the same time though it is great because it follows a similar line to these two classic horror films.There is also a cameo appearance of Jim Parsons….

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

This film is interesting and has great depth. The soundtrack is eerie and really helps ties the film together, it reminded me of It Follows. I wanted to love this film but I found myself just liking the film. The reason for that is the pacing of the film was too slow. Several scenes felt like they dragged on due to the slow moves of the characters or long staring sequences just really detract from the overall creepy factor of the film. It’s a good film and if you’ve seen…

Let’s Be Evil

This is one of the most creative and enjoyable first person horror films I’ve ever seen. The special effects on this film are incredible. The plot is original and creepy. This sci-fi horror film is a must watch. There are so many levels to this film that it merits watching again. Let’s Be Evil  is what the first person horror genre needed to bring it new life. I normally hate first person films, but this one is fantastic. The acting is great and helps bring the world and characters to…

Curse Of The Swamp Creature

Curse Of The Swamp Creature is a sci-fi/horror film from 1966. The plot while decent leaves a lot to be desired. For one the movie is fairly slow pace and I found myself laughing more at how ridiculous some scenes are. At times the lines feel forced leaving little attachment to any character. The best part of the movie was the special effects. They are comical and makes the film at little more bearable. If you want a bad sci-fi horror film this is the one for you. Bottom Line…

The Bloody Pit Of Horror

This movie peaked my interest because it looked like a Mario Bava film. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The film has a halfway decent premise, but the execution leaves a lot to be desired. It turns from a murder mystery to fear and torture type of film. The plot was too chaotic to keep my focus. The acting isn’t great, but the lip syncing in the dub version is bad which makes the film enjoyable. This is a D rate horror film and is something I won’t be watching…

Jessica’s Room

Jessica’s Room is a very interesting film which has great potential and for a low budget film provides some good entertainment. From the start the films ratchets up the creepy factor. The film does has some rather cliche plot points and along with some rather bad ‘shakey’ special effects forces the film to be relegated to the low budget horror film section. The film has some interesting plot points and potential. The film was a bit short only about an hour long, but it did feel like the plot dragged….

The Snow Creature

This film is rather crazy and definitely stuck in time. There isn’t much plot other than finding a snow creature and bring it back to the states. The film is really a yeti version of King Kong minus the classic animation. There isn’t much to say about the film it lacks any real substance and the character development doesn’t exist. If you’re looking for a cheesy D rated sci-fi film this is the one for you. Bottom Line (Warning Contains Spoilers) There isn’t much to spoil about this film. A…

A Howling In The Woods

A Howling In The Woods isn’t exactly the first thing you would think of when someone says Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman. There is a very good reason for that, it is nowhere near the caliber as I Dream Of Jeannie. The film is made for T.V. so that does mean the production quality isn’t as good however that isn’t the issue with the film. It really has to do with the plot and how slow it is to develop for only a hour and a half film. The plot…

The Wicker Man (2006)

The Wicker Man is a classic and the remake should have been. It is now iconic, but for all the wrong reasons. The plot is loosely based on the original. It struggles to create real suspense and disturbing atmosphere compared to the Christopher Lee version. Instead it tries to give jump scare and make the Nick Cage look like he is loosing grip on reality. The Wicker Man feels dumbed down compared to the original. It is sad and painful to watch. If you haven’t seen this film honestly watching…