Has the titular horror universe run out of steam? Or is the third time the charm? Found out with my The Conjuring 3 Review!
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Reviews for both movies and TV series, as well as recommendations.
So Love and Monsters (2020) dropped on Netflix recently, and it instantly caught my eye. I’m a fan of all things apocalyptic, and the premise sounded very familiar to a light-hearted Fallout.
Seven in Heaven is a supernatural horror film written and directed by Chris Eigemen. It takes an eerie-spin on the classic party game ‘Seven Minutes in Heaven’.
The opening for IT Part 2 is the most brutal and cruel scene I’ve ever watched. It also does a perfect job at setting the tone for the rest of the film, and what to expect.
In a good way, the scene is more raw and horrifying than what I imagined when I read the book. On that note, who said movies can’t be more terrifying than your imagination?
The A List is a British thriller series that originally premiered in the UK last year, but finally made its way international on Netflix, August 30th.
It follows Mia (played by Lisa Ambalavanar), on a remote island for a summer camp, that quickly takes a terrifying turn. Is it worth the watch?