Hooptober 2022 #9: Slugs (1988)

Part of the fun of Hooptober is because you have to meet certain criteria, you have to watch some films blind. Sometimes you get a film that blows you away and reminds you why you watch horror films. Sometimes you get horror films that also remind you why you watch them but not for conventionally... Continue Reading →

Hooptober 9.0 – Creature (1985)

Being Film #11 for Hooptober 2022 If nothing else, Creature should impart just how influential Alien was to the science fiction and horror landscape. The film wears Ridley Scott's classic (as well as Howard Hawks's The Thing From Another World) on its sleeve, and there's no denying this was a film writer/director William Malone felt... Continue Reading →

Hooptober 2022 #7: Saint Maud (2019)

CW; self harm Religious horror in the horror in the 21st century seems almost nonexistent. As a lapsed Catholic, I’m constantly drawn to horror films involving religious imagery. It won’t surprise you, there’s a lot. Most of the time, I’m just disappointed. My disappointment is that they’re rarely religious. Most of these films generally just... Continue Reading →

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