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It’s a very corny cliche jump scare to end on. If they ended it at Ethan Hawke’s character dying, with the ghoul watching the kid do it, that would’ve been 10x’s better to me.
Looks like Hill House is getting an extended Blu-ray release!
Agreed. One of the few times in my life I audibly groaned. It was sooooo unnecessary. My sister will no longer see horror movies with me because I took her to Sinister. Over all it was good. The home movies were genuinely tense and scary. The jump scare at the end was so far beneath the rest of the film.
I am so ready!!
Just watched the blackcoats daughter. It was very good, annoyed I waited so long to see it.
almost watched this last night! but I've been working so many hours wasn't sure how long I'd stay away, so I started my rewatch of The Munsters. Which speaking of, the original pilot that was filmed in color, not a fan, show is perfect in black and white.
Is anyone else like this?
Me when someone dies in a horror movie: oh that sucks
Me when a cat/dog/any animal dies in a horror movie: WOW FUCK THIS MOVIE THATS TERRIBLE THAT POOR BABY NOOOO!
Was looking for something to watch last night for like 15 minutes before I settled on Scream (my girlfriend had actually never seen it) and holy shit, I still got intense chills at the very end. It was interesting to see how she responded to it, having never seen it and not really knowing much about it. She would become critical of something that happened or a decision that was made by a character and then almost double back when she realized that everything is very intentional and it seemed to be done on purpose for a reason. I got the opportunity to explain to her later who Wes Craven was and how he was a huge part of the slasher movement from the 80s and then what he created in Scream and guys, it was such a neat moment. She loved it and now we're gonna watch the other three.
this is awesome! enjoy! the film side of twitter recently had a surge of positivity surrounding Scream 4, it made me really happy. I love all of them, even the weaker 3rd one works well in the meta of a horror series and is still fun haha
That's great. I actually watched all four with a friend earlier last year (and he had never seen any past 1), but I've only seen 1 and 2 multiple times. I think as a whole, it really lends itself to being supremely rewatchable though. Sometimes, i'm just happy to have some direction because MY GOD I can be so indecisive when it comes to picking something to watch or start watching sometimes. I swear I aimlessly opened apps, scrolled through, closed apps, opened apps, etc for like 20 minutes last night.
it's the worst haha, I try to get ideas throughout the work day so that I can just get home and throw something on, but alas.. haha
That was me with the first John Wick
Went on a late-night bike ride last night and the streetlights made me feel like I was in Stranger Things, haha. Rode up to the top of a hill near me and I'm pretty sure I saw a UFO. So it was only natural to come home and watch the original Night of the Living Dead'. 'Tist season, baby.
Gonna start off my spooky movies with What We Do In The Shadows because my friend has never seen it
Surprise, ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Is Coming to Shudder This Week!
Heard a lot of good about Tigers Are Not Afraid
Ma was actually great?
Ma was crazy good
It was really well paced and a ton of fun, as far as teen schlock goes it was top tier
I didnt expect it and the ending was a brutal culmination of it all!
the final line of the film is gold.