Get Out (2017) Review


This film has been hyped a lot recently and received loads of praise, so much that I’ve only seen one person so far say that they weren’t keen everyone else seems to love this. I’ve been wanting to see this for ages and finally got to, loads of hype and praise silly as it may sound can be off putting, surely people are exaggerating how good this is?

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The Cottage (2008) Review


I fancied a bit of horror comedy to watch on a Sunday afternoon and this one had some how passed me by when it was initially released. Starring Reece Shearsmith and Andy Serkis I had a good idea it’d be a decent watch. There’s quite a few decent British horror comedies about so I sat down to give it a watch.

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American Mary (2012) Review


For some reason I never got round to watching this film for a few years despite hearing great things about it. When I put on Twitter that I was about to watch it I got a lot of tweets saying how this is one of their favourite horror films. Its written and directed by the awesome Soska sisters who I follow on Twitter so it even surprises me I’d not watched it sooner.

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House III aka The Horror Show (1989) Review


The third part of the House franchise and for some reason as soon as I watched it I started to predict bits that would happen, now I’ve either developed my own X-Men type mutant power or I’ve seen this a long time ago and completely forgot about it. Once again this film is no relation to the first two House films and in America was known as The Horror Show, I have been told it’s similar to Wes Craven’s Shocker film which I’ll hopefully watch and review in next few weeks.

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House (1986) Review


I’ve been wanting to watch the House franchise of films for quite a while now and finally this Christmas I got the box set of 1-4 on DVD. I had vague memories of these films but wasn’t sure which ones I could remember, turns out I didn’t remember a thing about the first two but the third one I kind of knew what was going to happen. I figure I might as well take the time to review all four of the films, as it turns out the first three really aren’t related to each other in any way at all. They’re not even set in the same house or anything, anyway here’s my review of the first House movie!

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