Popcorn (1991) – Film

“Popcorn”

Movie #16 of the 2019 31-days of horror challenge.

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For a college project a film class is revitalizing an old local movie theater and playing classic horror movies for Halloween marathon. Unfortunately the theater has a dark and violent past and certain students and their families have a connection to that past.

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In the Mouth of Madness (1994) – Film

“In the Mouth of Madness”

Movie #9 for the 2019 31 days of horror challenge.

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Best selling author, Sutter Cane, has gone missing and his publisher has hired a insurance investigator, John Trent, to find him and retrieve his latest manuscript. What Trent discovers is that belief can affect reality.

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Headless (2015) – Film

“Headless”

Movie #8 of the 2019 31-days of horror.

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This is the disturbing story of the systematic abuse of a young boy by his mother and sister and the monster he became.

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It (2017) – Film

“It”

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A group of children, are hunted by a creature who feeds on the fears and phobias of the young people who live in the small town of Derry, Main.   Continue reading

Main Street Meats (2017) – Film

“Main Street Meats”

Movie #16: 31-Days of Horror Challenge 2017

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Cherry is on her way to Vegas, but her car breaks down just outside a small town and she must wait for parts to be ordered before it can be fixed.  The town is so small there is no hotel for her to stay at, so she rents a room above a local butcher shop.  After Ma died, Main Street Meats lost that something special that kept it going.  Floyd thinks that having Cherry work the front counter, a pretty, fresh face, might draw in some customers.  But brother, Neddy, stumbles across a solution which draws the customers in and has them begging for more. Continue reading

Hell’s Ground (2007) – Film

“Hell’s Ground”

Movie #10: 31- Days of Horror Challenge

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A group of friends on their way to a concert end up taking a detour due to a political protest, then try to take a short cut and end up with their van breaking down.  Instead of help, they find horror.   Continue reading

Raiders of the Damned (2007) – Film

“Raiders of the Damned”

Movie #6: 31-Days of Horror Challenge

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In a post-apocalyptic world, a helicopter carrying a pair of scientists, humanity’s best hope for survival, is brought down by an army of highly intelligent rotting corpses.  Dr. Lewis, whose sanity is, at best, questionable, puts together a team of misfit, broken, and disillusioned soldiers, the only ones capable of retrieving the scientists.  Continue reading

Piranha 3D (2010) – Film

“Piranha 3D”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #21

The folks of Lake Victoria are getting ready for the annual spring break celebration.  Jake is a 17-year-old local kid, whose mom is the town sheriff, and he is frustrated with his babysitting responsibilities.  When he meets Derek Jones, the director of “Wild, Wild, Girls” and is offered a job as a local guide, he takes the opportunity to live a little.  Meanwhile, after a freak accident involving a dropped beer bottle, an earthquake opens an underwater cavern releasing killer piranha.   Continue reading

Versus (2000) – Film

“Versus”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #16

Somewhere in Japan is the 444th Portal, known as The Forest of Resurrection.  Prisoner KSC2-303 and a kidnapped girl are brought there by the Yakuza to wait for The Man.  As they await The Man’s arrival, tempers flare, people get killed and they realize that in the forest, the dead come back as zombies. Continue reading

Hatchet (the trilogy) – Film

Hatchet (the trilogy) 

Hatchet (2006) Unrated Director’s Cut

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Writer/director Adam Green offers the audience what is intended to be the next big name in the American slasher genre.  Though it may be the same slasher archetype, given a rich new setting and a face… redesign (can’t really call it a facelift now, can we), it also gives the audience some really wonderful over-the-top gore scenes, dismemberment, evisceration, buckets of blood splashed around, and fun, though stereotypical, characters. Continue reading