Category: Splatteriffic Reviews

Hourglass Escapes EVIL DEAD 2: DEAD BY DAWN™ Escape Room is Beyond Groovy

Having only been through one other escape room (an one-room ‘containment center’ with a zombie chained to the wall who got more and more roaming room as the challenge went on), I didn’t know quite what to expect from Hourglass Escape’s latest adventure — but I’m happy to report that it was one of the

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Midsommar

Midsommar, aka, I took a trip to a remote Swedish village with my shitty boyfriend and his self-centered friends and all I got was a bad mushroom trip and this lousy flower crown. JK I actually LOVED this movie! Ari Aster’s follow-up to Hereditary is everything I want in a fucked-up, fantastical, creepy cult horror film —

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Horror Collection A to Z: Audition

More from my I Love Splatter! A to Z project — where I watch every single one of my horror dvds in alphabetical order. Today I watched Audition, directed by Takashi Miike which not only sent me down a rabbit hole of Miike films; it also kicked off a huge J-Horror obsession. You can watch

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Critters: A New Binge

I’m not sure what anyone was expecting from the latest installment in the Critters universe via Shudder, but I actually thought Critters: A New Binge was pretty fun. A New Binge introduces us to Christopher, a teen who struggles with fitting in. His mom is still firmly livin’ the party lifestyle and is constantly trying

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Pet Sematary (2019)

It’s always tough for Directors to take on a remake, especially when the original has established itself as a campy classic within the giant catalog of available Stephen King adaptations. But while I’m sympathetic to the challenges Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer faced, I feel like their version of Pet Sematary just did NOT work. {some spoilers

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Horror Collection A to Z: Army of Darkness

Continuing my I Love Splatter! A to Z project today, in which I am going to watch every single one of my horror dvds in order, is Army of Darkness. Yes, yes, yes I KNOW, PURISTS: you’re going to give me some grief about not putting this one next to Evil Dead 1 & 2,

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Us

Jordan Peele is back with his second horror film, and ohmygod it is a RIDE. Us starts off in 1986, with a tiny television airing a commercial for Hands Across America – the controversial fundraising effort that spurred protests and didn’t really deliver on its lofty promises of helping the homeless (put a pin in that and save

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Horror Collection A to Z: American Werewolves

Next up in my new I Love Splatter! Project today, in which I am going to watch every single one of my horror dvds in order, from A to Z is An American Werewolf in London (1981) and its sequel, An American Werewolf in Paris (1997). You can also see me talk about this on

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Horror Collection A to Z: Amityville

I’m kicking off a new I Love Splatter! Project today, in which I am going to watch every single one of my horror dvds in order, from A to Z. Why? I mean, why not? In addition to blogging my way through this adventure, I’m also doing Instagram story videos so you can follow along

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