Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Henry, Oct 25, 2020.
Dang AND JJL is in this!? Papa Cronenberg is proud.
Going off my Letterboxd, here are my favs. Also included where to watch them.
Underwater (HBO Max)
The Invisible Man (HBO Max)
The Lodge (Hulu)
The Mortuary Collection (Shudder)
Scare Me (Shudder)
Lucky (Should drop on Shudder sometime this year, not sure when exactly)
His House (Netflix)
Honorable Mention: Hubie Halloween (Netflix)
Decided to make this the year I do a deep dive on Italian Horror since I’ve basically only seen Suspiria.
Zombie absolutely rules and the
eye scene was the grossest bit of gore I’ve seen in a long time
The Lodge is one that has been right on the cusp every time I choose a newer horror to watch but I always end up going with something else. Maybe I'll make it happen this weekend.
All my movie watching lately has been dedicated to the Harry Potter films since I finally finished reading the series for the first time in December and haven't seen any of the movies up until that point.
so people around here dig The Lodge? I'm very much in the same boat
I like that one too. it's bad in the best ways. Bird with the Crystal Plumage is another one that's cool. Giallo films are fun
I thought the twist in The Lodge was so unbelievably dumb it single-handedly ruined the entire movie for me. good performances and direction though
I'll miss that one then
Disagree completely lol thought the entire film was extremely strong and effective. it's bleak though, so it's best you know what you're getting into
Agreed, I'm down for the cold-winterscape-remote-cabin-bleak-outcome type of horror anyways deff worth a watch
Yeah, I loved the Lodge. The movie tackled some interesting concepts while keeping their bleak and suffocating vision. Its a great winter film.
Hmmm... I'll give this a shot. Going with 12 since I thought all of these were really enjoyable.
The Dark and the Wicked
The Invisible Man
Come to Daddy
I haven't finished it yet, but I'm digging The Witch on Netflix.
The Dark and the Wicked is easily my #1. The only movie that made me really uneasy.
well now I guess I gotta give it a watch if opinions are so divided
let us know which side you fall on. I thought it was a really cool concept.
Dark and the Wicked and the Wolf of Snow Hollow are the two I’m waiting to watch so I’m trying to hold off on creating a list.
Still on fence about trying Wolf of Snow Hollow. I'm usually not a fan of comedy/horrors, which is where my hesitation stems from. Are the horror elements strong enough in this?
Yeah, way more than the comedy elements imo
I liked The Lodge as well. Definitely plan on rewatching it soon. Just not a good idea right now lol
Still need to watch Possessor, Dark and the Wicked, 12 Hour Shift, Wolf of Snow Hollow, and who knows how many more from last year.
Not entirely a horror film, but She Dies Tomorrow is really good too.
Went ahead and watched The Lodge last night based on the discussion in here and I liked it. Parts of it were frustrating to me, but I still found it to be enjoyable. Loved the little nod to the other "snowed in" movie when they were watching tv and also the definite Shining influence during some of the scenes.
‘The Forever Purge’: First Image and Plot Details for the Final Film in the ‘Purge’ Franchise
Looks and sounds like a Purge movie, I'm in
They might not be the best movies, but I have to say I always am entertained with what the Purge franchise releases. So I'll definitely watch this. (but also it is probably time for them to come to an end)
Sad that it's the last one (for now).
His House as pretty cool. There was cool imagery and I love watching Wunmi Mosaku.