I’ve wanted to re-watch this film for a while but always end up choosing another one instead, but after including this in a Twitter vote against Z Nation Season One, Feast One and Two and Walking Dead Volume 1 it came out on top. So on a nice reasonably sunny Saturday afternoon I stayed inside to watch werewolves killing people.
“One death stands out as being how you’d want to go out if you were about to be eaten by a werewolf, I’d rank it was one of my favourite death scenes of all time.”
After watching John Carpenter’s The Thing I thought I’d watch another one of his films but this time decided to give a watch to something I’ve not seen before, given that it stars Roddy Piper and I’m a big wrestling fan this one was the only choice I really had! Also this won the vote for the review I should post next so here it is.
“I enjoyed most of the film and as a wrestling fan it’s great to see a wrestler who is actually good in a film!”
When I set out to do this blog I never expected it to take off as well as it has and I certainly didn’t expect to be sent stuff to review. I’ve been sent two films so far and am currently reading a book I’ve been sent, I also have the opportunity for more horror books as well! However I was most happy when I was sent a 15 minute short of the film Scythe, which has just launched on kick starter. Here’s my take on the short and if I think the feature length film will be any good.
“It’s a psychological SLASHER THRILLER in the same vein of Halloween, Saw & Hitchcock.”
I went on holiday last week and there was a theatre just down the road from the hotel we were in that had a small two screen cinema in it where we booked in to see Batman Vs Superman. Whilst there we saw a poster on the wall for Goodnight Mommy an Austrian horror film so as we had nothing to do the night after, we thought we’d be cultured and take in a foreign language film at the cinema.
“It’s beautifully shot, well directed and a very entertaining film with an ending I didn’t expect.”
With me being off work and it being April Fool’s Day what better film could there be to watch, review and post on here than the 80’s April Fool’s Day. It’s a film I’ve never seen before as well so that’s always a plus point.
“it was far from a classic with plenty of better 80’s horror out there”