Ghosts

The House Where Evil Dwells / Ghost Warrior (Double Feature Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Scream Factory may be scraping the bottom of the barrel sometimes with these Double Feature releases, but, this time around, enjoyment can be found.

Ghost Story (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I do love me a good ghost story, but I also do love me a coherent, non convoluted ghost story and the movie Ghost Story is full of unnecessary filler, padding out the time to an exhausting 110 minutes, whilst not a lot of scariness happens. Is it a bad movie? Not really, as the acting is wonderful, featuring plenty of known faces and Alice Krige is phenomenal (and looks good naked), the ...

Suburban Gothic (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Having not heard of Suburban Gothic before, Amberlight Productions was nice enough to send over the Anchor Bay Canada Blu-ray release for review, and I got to say, I’m glad I was able to enjoy this comedic ghost story. Featuring some wonderful performances by Criminal Minds actor Matthew Gray Gubler, loveable Kat Dennings, and Ray Wise, who arguably plays the best character in the movie, the...

Ghosthouse / Witchery (Double Feature Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I’m going to come out and say it right now, this is probably my favorite Double Feature from Scream Factory. You might ask why when there is no special features, save a trailer for each movie, but the answer to that question is simple, the movies contained on this disc are so freaking terrible, but oh so awesome, you can’t help be highly entertained. Ghosthouse is your standard haunted...

Vampire’s Kiss/High Spirits (Double Feature Blu-Ray / Movie Review)

The latest two-pack from Scream Factory is somewhat of a departure from the horror scene. Featuring two 80s “horror comedies” Vampire’s Kiss and High Spirits. One movie is incredibly entertaining and original. The other is… well High Spirits. Product Information: DISCS: 1 RUN-TIME: 103/99 min ASPECT RATIO: 1.85:1 RESOLUTION: 1080p AUDIO: DTS-HD MA 2.0 LANGUAGE: English SUBT...

The Phantom Cabinet Book Review

If you crack open The Phantom Cabinet, you better be prepared for a confusing, albeit, incredibly interesting story. Jeremy Thompson crafts a story that feels all over the place, yet I couldn’t help but keep reading. That to me is a sign of a good book. Read on to see if you agree… Publication: 2014 Pages: 201 Short nitty-gritty plot description is as follows: Space Shuttle Conundrum c...

Prison Movie Review

Okay folks; let’s start up that broken record again. I never heard of Prison before, yet here I own the awesome Blu-ray from Scream Factory and here I am thinking damn, this movie was a lot of fun. It’s got a pissed off ghost, a prison setting, a young Viggo Mortensen and some crazy kills. What’s not to love? Release: Mar 4th, 1988  Rating: R    Run time: 102 mins   Starring: Viggo Mor...

WNUF Halloween Special Movie Review

WNUF Halloween Special from my understanding is not well known. In fact, I didn’t know about it until someone mentioned it randomly on Facebook. The person said it was the best representation of an old VHS viewing made today; the person was entirely right in saying that. WNUF Halloween Special looks like it was made back in the late 80s on VHS, but was in fact shot in 2013. Chalk full of vin...

Oculus Movie Review

I haven’t mentioned this yet, but this month I’m doing a challenge where I watch 31 horror movies and at least 16 of them have to be movies I’ve never watched before. The challenge is being run by the fine folks at Horror Mansion. If you’re interested, there is still time to sign up and watch a boatload of horror movies this month. Anyway, because the challenge specifies th...

Insidious: Chapter 2 Movie Review

Release: Sept 13th, 2013 Rating: PG-13 Run time: 106 min Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne Director: James Wan  Official Trailer: Insidious: Chapter 2 I love me a good ghost movie and the sequel to Insidious does not disappoint. In fact, I thought it did a wonderful job at intertwining the two movies together and really excelled at sending chills down my spine. Let’s roll the dice and see...

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween everyone. I hope you’re night is full of ghosts and goblins.

The Forgiving Book Review

Release: 2013, Pages: 183 A few parts horror, a dash of haunted house and a sprinkle of the occult, is the perfect recipe to describe The Forgiving, a book who’s story takes you on a journey with three people, whose lives are about to change, for the worse… Short nitty-gritty plot description from the back cover is as follows: Three lovers, as a way to save cash, seek out a real estate...

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