Everyone is talking about Bill Skarsgård the Swedish actor who played IT in the recent remake. I was first introduced to Bill Skarsgård in Netflix’s “Hemlock Grove.” He reminds me on a young Steve Bushemi!
“Hemlock Grove” was barely talked about in comparison to “Stranger Things” but it is actually one of my favourites. Definitely meant for teenagers but I love it! Probably because there are some unique and creepy monsters in it.
No plans for your Sunday evening? E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) is available on Netflix Canada right now and I highly recommend getting stoned, making Reese’s Pieces cupcakes and enjoying them and this classic family film, tonight!
This remake of Sam Raimi’s 90s comedy-horror-action masterpiece “The Evil Dead” lacks the humor of Raimi’s film and wasn’t loved by critics. Still a great horror film compared to a lot of the total shit available to stream on Netflix but probably best suited to those who only dig new horror with very little in the campy vibes department.
Alright, this film hasn’t gotten a lot of good reviews but I love it … I can’t actually remember much of it but I dig it because I can remember sleeping with the lights on for weeks after I first watched it. This is another Sam Raimi movie but this one is very different than The Evil Dead trilogy.
I actually can’t find any reviews for this film on Rotten Tomatoes but I think it is super cool. It is an anthology and the contributors include Kevin Smith. I love short horror stories told through film! Especially when one stars Seth Green.
Can’t find any Rotten Tomatoe ratings for this independent horror film either. To be honest I don’t remember a lot about it but I remember feeling highly unsettled by it — which is what I’m looking for in a horror film!
This horror film lured me to the movie theatre with its trailers and soundtrack — which rarely happens! (I’m a homebody.) I think I remember being miffed about the film when I left the theatre but in hindsight, it was different and eerie and I’m into both of those things!
This isn’t George A. Romero’s 1968 classic but nonetheless, if you want to watch zombies, I sure think this beats The Walking Dead! This is one of the first horror films I ever watched so it definitely has a special place in my heart.