Today’s film pick takes place in exactly this perfect setting for vampirism…Sweden.
came across today’s movie during a Tuesday night scrolling session one evening in July when I was in the mood to be frightened. I chose it because the title was La Llorona, and when you put a title with such communal nostalgic value attached to it on something chances are I am going to end up watching it.
It is pretty much universally accepted that good horror films with genuine freights are few and far between, it’s a crowded market.
It’s Friday night in the 90s, you are at the video store with your siblings and mother, it’s your birthday week so your mom lets you pick the family movie.
The protagonists of today’s film pick are odd balls used as a mirror to point out the absurdity of the notion of what an average american family is supposed to look like
Is there anything more 2020 than a film about a pair of strangers completely ruining the lives of hyper privileged yuppies in their gated lakehouse community?
Today’s film is, in my opinion, one of the best modern horror films of the last 10 years.
By: Claudio “Manon” Cortés Today’s film may or may not have contributed to a lot of people’s obsession with goth… Read more Espantobre – Day 20 – The Craft (1996)
Speaking from two years of experience, parenthood is scary, when the child arrives you are tasked with keeping the little fella alive and well adjusted.
The world will keep spinning when I return to the dust from whence I came, and frankly that’s a tough pill to swallow. As a society we have cast the facilitators of our end of existence rituals as ghouls because it helps us cope