We Love Horror Movies!

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years ago

    So I was watching Children of the Corn on Netflix. I like the idea of evil kids who are empowered by supernatural entities and can make nature (here, corn) act as their minions, but this story didn’t feel complete. More importantly, the special effects were probably state of the art in 1984 but they look really fake now. The burning of the…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years ago

    I don’t know how a movie about evil children can be a total fail, but Hellions managed to do it. Congratulations? The storyline is interesting enough; This 17 year old finds out she’s pregnant and on the day she decides to tell her boyfriend the news, she’s attacked by a group of evil children. The actual story is hard to follow because it…[Read more]

  • Nona posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years ago

    I don’t get to watch many horror movies anymore between the kids being too young and the hubby not caring for them.

    But….we did recently watch The Visit, and I enjoyed it as a movie. It wasn’t really straight up Horror as much as maybe a thriller.

    Two kids go to visist their Grandparents, who they have never seen before, while their mom is on…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years ago

    I just finished watching The Boy and it was more like the Australian movie Housebound than the US movie Annabelle. This is only a spoiler for anyone who knows these two movies. I didn’t hate it, but it seemed like there were segments that didn’t have good follow-throughs (such as the story versus the truth of who “the real Brahms” was in life).…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    Since I’m moaning about horror movies, I know that most horror fans are sick and tired of remakes and sequels and sequels of remakes and reboots…but there is one franchise I would like to see both rebooted and sequeled. Quarantine and Quarantine: Terminal have already been made and I liked both of them well enough to see if there would be a…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I have been hearing whispers about this for some time and today it was confirmed that director Eli Roth will be doing a remake of Cabin Fever (which is weird because the original Cabin Fever in the early 00s was also directed by him). It sounds like it’ll be the same script but the actors will be different, which leaves me wondering “Why bother?”…[Read more]

    • Nona replied 5 years ago

      The first Cabin Fever was a HORRID movie. It doesn’t need to be remade now or EVER.

      • I can’t believe I missed this comment! I agree, to the point that I don’t know how Cabin Fever made its director a big-name horror director. Some of his later movies are good (Ex: Aftershock) but I didn’t see it in Cabin Fever. In any case, the 2016 remake is now available to watch and it hasn’t been getting good ratings.

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I just finished watching the demon horror movie We Are Still Here and I have mixed feelings about it. I liked that it was a movie about a house/entities that required a new family every thirty years and the story followed that rule perfectly. I would’ve wanted to know more about that from the demons’ perspectives, such as why they chose thirty…[Read more]

  • Which is that one movie that freaks you out every time you watch?

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    Has anyone seen the Scandinavian creature feature movie When Animals Dream? I liked that the creature was an animal rather than a zombie and I didn’t know what kind of creature she was. It’s unique for having that ambiguity surrounding it, so props to the director. However, it was slow-moving and even the gory scenes were dry (figuaratively…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    Yesterday I watched the behind-the-scenes feature for Insidious Chapter Three (which is a really a prequel for Chapters One and Two) and I have to say, I’m really impressed. Did you know that the actress playing the teenage girl was an actual teenager? Did you know that the actors playing the two paranormal recorder characters are good friends…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    Today I used some of my frst textbook store paycheck to buy Sinister 2. I loathed the first Sinister like you wouldn’t believe, but Sinister 2 had a compelling story and likable-ish characters. I want to watch it a third time because I didn’t see all the deaths the first two times and I want to know exactly how they happened. Yes, it’s twisted.…[Read more]

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I’m debating about seeing the upcoming dummy doll horror movie The Boy. It looks a little stuffy and British, but the latest trailer seems promising. If I go on a kick of possessed dolls then this would be a good fit. Is anyone else thinking they might see The Boy?

    • I saw the trailer and I was like what the! It’s so creepy and all but I would love to watch it! It’s just amazing even though it’s creepy. Haha

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I watched The Forest today and I’m boggled as to what happened in the end. Without spoiling it too badly, I wasn’t sure what was true and what was manipulated/imgined. In the end I felt like the movie wanted to be a supernatural psychological thriller and set up a compelling story for it but then couldn’t figure out how to end in a satisfying…[Read more]

  • Jurassic Park and The Jaws, those are horror movies to me

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I finished watching Paranormal Witness: “Suzy Doll” and it was interesting in its subject matter but not nearly as good as “The Dark Pond”. Still, I think the idea that possessed dolls exist and have been around for some time is fascinating. Like, how exactly does a doll become possessed and how does the demon move from possessing the doll to…[Read more]

    • @Jessica – My daughter had a bad experience with a doll, and she’s hated dolls ever since. I think I’ll write about it now in my Food for Thought blog. It’s too long to mention here. It was so scary! I couldn’t make up a scarier experience if I tried. Something was definitely very wrong with one of her dolls. I’m going to work on it now.

  • Ideally, a horror movie should be watched at a Cinema. Sound effects play a vital role in horror movies and the sound dynamics at the cinema create an uncanny eerie environment.

  • Jessica posted an update in the group Group logo of We Love Horror Movies!We Love Horror Movies! 5 years, 1 month ago

    I’ll be working this weekend so no movies until I get home (and only if I have the energy to watch). As for going out to the movies, I want to see The Forest, but it’s honestly becoming less and less pressing. I feel like the trailer is going to be the best part. Now, that might mean not having blogging material that I was banking on, but work…[Read more]

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