Of all the movies that I’m willing to go back to the theater for it’s this. I was even resigned to watching No Time to Die at home (and spent the last year building up my home theater for it).
God damn. You know, I was just kind of curious about this before but I am 100% with the program now after having watched this trailer. It just hit this itch I have so perfectly I can’t really explain it.
Sweet! Shudder always ends up being the one streaming service that doesn’t end up in the “should I cancel it?” debate.
Coveralls? Skull(not hockey)Mask? Blood? Splatter??
If Doug Jones isn’t in it, I shall be heartbroken. I’ll probably still watch it... but reluctantly.
I love that fact that whenever anyone brings up Horror Express, their general reaction is “maybe not a great film, but definitely a good time. Recommended.” I’ll have to check out the Creepshow episode.
It’s definitely a bit underrated and worth a watch. Savalas is just so damn incredibly entertaining to watch hamming it up as Kazan. Last I checked, it was still on Prime to watch.
I almost said this movie is good. It’s not really, but what it is is fantastically entertaining. We need more entertaining B movies! Give us: Night of the Creeps, The Mummy, Tremors, Evil Dead (in all its glorious incarnations), Happy Death Day. We need more!
I really like Folk-Horror. I think it has to do with my fascination with unexplained or unknown history. This sounds like a real treat and I hope it comes to a streaming service soon.
British Folk Horror is my favorite genre, so I might have to give this a watch when it comes out. I’ve probably watched every single movie they discuss already, but you never know. It’s always a treat to discover some obscure little gem I didn’t know about previously.
There’s a pretty good book out by Howard David…
Can’t wait to see this.
Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched, which just premiered at the 2021 South by Southwest Film Festival, was written and directed by Kier-La Janisse, whose many credits across various horror-related platforms include the excellent 2012 book House of Psychotic Women: An Autobiographical Topography of Female Neurosis in…
“Kalima! My (sacrificial) heart burns for you!”
You did see the ep where Earth was wrecked by three asteroids right?
Screaming Firehawks is also the group name of Expanse-ophiles.
Every scene in this ep is an Emmy reel for multiple categories.
Got to give a shoutout to the tracking firefight scene that involved an exterior location, one 100% practical set (the door and hallway) and one set that had some green screen (the hangar) BRAVO.
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