There are over 100 of you beautiful folks following me.
I couldn’t be happier to have you all here. So to mark my first milestone of 100+ followers, after much deliberation (and several Ghirardelli chocolates), I came up with something that could only appeal to the cool and the crazy.
Well, babies…welcome to my first ever writing challenge!
Ahh the good old days when kiddies worked down mines and died in them. Cut to now-a-days and Chloe Moertz is swearing so we know it’s an average little film. This is about zombie children who kill non relatives on a mountain or something close to that.
Nine strangers awake to find a masked crazy has locked them in a room together, they must work out why, oh and every 10 mins he kills one of them which is helpful if there ever to work out why they are there.
Another near perfect movie. After a roof jump causes a stupid teen to die a group of friends spend a drunked, drugged up, sexed up weekend away at a cabin trying to get into the virgins panties. Horror as it should be.
Jesus christ this has some parts that are scary. I could kill Nathan Gambles character myself for puppet clown fear because they scare the shit out of me. So even thought this is for little kids, it’s more scary than most films I’ve watched all year.
If you’ve seen Grave Encounters this is more of the same. A team of paranormal investigators team up with some religious types to attempt to prove whither an mental hospital is or isn’t haunted and it’s all filmed for a tv show that gets cancelled due to the shocking footage.
So there's no denying my favourite horror films are the whole evil kid sub genre but what's better than a possessed kid? Well one that's just bat shit insane but what's better than that, well twins! bat shit crazy parent killing twins.
A trip to Ireland to take shrooms while camping in a woods, this could never go wrong. Theres a lot of humour in this with talking cows and other trippy stuff, there is also sadly lack of a coherent plot. I wonder though if it supposed to have one, it’s possible that the trippy nature of the film had allowed the makers to purposefully leave out plot points.