Happy Halloween everyone! Best night of the year for horror lovers! ;)
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“Does that hurt, Sheriff? C’mon, I thought you were an ass man!”
Jennifer says this to the sheriff in the remake of I Spit On Your Grave.
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Hello horror lovers!
Halloween is an awesome time for horror lovers. Lots of horror movies are on tv, tv shows air their Halloween episodes, we get to dress up in terrifying costumes, and there’s candy, and everybody loves candy! What are your Halloween plans this year? I bought candy to give out, I decorated outside and bought a costume to wear while I give out candy and watch horror movies! I’ll be sure to post a photo of my costume :)
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Tags: annabelle, dolls, horror, horror movies, horror reviews, movie reviews, movies, reviews, the conjuring
I went and saw Annabelle a week and a half ago, and I had heard very mixed reviews. It was #2 at the box office, and I had heard it was very good and scary, I had also heard it wasn’t scary at all. Now granted, I can’t judge how a film will be when people say it’s scary, as there are few movies that would actually scare me anymore, but people saying it’s not scary can be a bad sign. Anyway, I went to see Annabelle with my friend Melanie, and I enjoyed it! The film is a prequel to The Conjuring, which was released last year, and is about a couple who begin to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll shortly after their home is invaded by satanic cultists. The vintage doll is of course Annabelle. They succeeded in making Annabelle rather creepy, and adding lots of suspense. I liked the characters, even though they were not always the brightest at times. I think overall the film is very good, and makes The Conjuring make a bit more sense. If you don’t like dolls, you may get freaked out by this movie, so don’t say I didn’t warn you. :)
I’d rate Annabelle with an 8 out of 10. A good movie, so check it out!
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Be Aware of SPOILERS Ahead:
So, what did everyone think of the season premiere of The Walking Dead last Sunday? I was talking to a girl who works at HMV (I bought TWD pens, which are awesome, and she and I discussed the show for 5 minutes) who said she loved the premiere, but her boss didn’t like how action packed it was? My thoughts: What the hell? Have they not been watching the show since the beginning? The scenes where the group is beating the shit out of people and walkers I think is a big reason why people watch the show! Episodes with character development can tell us things we should know, and I like episodes about smaller issues within the group, but come on, watching a zombie show requires that you must like violence of some sort… am I wrong? I mean I know, personally I can be a very violent person when I want to be, and when it comes to movies I say the more violent the better (hello, horror requires violence and gore!) but I don’t think I’m alone on this one. Anywho, what did YOU all think of the season premiere? I loved it! I was afraid the first few episodes of the season were just going to be all back story or just about the group being stuck in the train car, which I didn’t want, so I was very happy with the result! Carol definitely gained some marks back in my book by causing all that chaos, and I was SO happy that the group all got away and we got to see lots of Rick killing walkers and people (yes, if you don’t already know, I love Rick Grimes, and his violent tendencies). I also really liked the scene near the end with Daryl running to Carol and Rick running to Judith, it was so sweet! The only member of the group we are left wondering about it Beth, but I saw previews with her alive so I’m sure we’ll see her soon. So, with the premiere ending on a good note, I am looking forward to tomorrow night! Yay for The Walking Dead (and seeing Rick every week again!)