The Strangers: Prey at Night – Too Much Gore for its own Good

Hello, everyone! It’s been quite a few good minutes but I am back. Life takes us in weird turns sometimes and we just have to find our ways back organically. But, that doesn’t mean that I didn’t stop watching any good (and definitely bad) movies. The one specific one I wanted to talk about today

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Classic Movie of the Week: House on Haunted Hill

Oh Vincent Price, what would us horror fans do without you? House on Haunted Hill has been on my list of movies I’ve wanted to talk about for SO long but I never knew exactly what to say without spending the entire piece raving about how great I think Price is. That’s when it hit me that

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s: The Romantic Foe

Way back when I was a teenager, I was obsessed with Audrey Hepburn and Breakfast as Tiffany’s, as most young girls probably are. I’m being completely serious when I say obsessed. When I saw the black cat eye sunglasses and the black brimmed hat, I knew that I had found a kindred spirit in not only Holly Golightly

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When Harry Met Sally at 24

Yes, it’s no longer 23. I have finally turned 24 and after spending my entire birthday sick in bed, I started reminiscing about how life has been and every movie that can be connected to it. Today, I’m specifically talking about When Harry Met Sally. When I first saw it as a young teenager, I really didn’t

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Classic Movie of the Week: American Graffiti

When the name George Lucas is mentioned, people automatically think about Star Wars or even young Harrison Ford during his Indiana Jones days. Many of them probably don’t even realize that Lucas has quite a few more treasures than those stuck to him; specifically, a little something called American Graffiti. While the younger generations can only dream

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The Guest: He’s the Gift that Keeps on Giving

When someone comes knocking at your door, claiming to know your dead loved one, do you just welcome them inside with open arms? Would you even encourage them to escort your young daughter to a party just because they’re clean cut and nice-smiled? After watching The Guest, I really understood the meaning of stranger danger, no matter how much

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The Shape of Water: Gill-Man’s Love Story Comes to Life

If you’re a fan of the Universal Monsters, it’s a known fact that love stories just don’t exist. Wolf Man doesn’t get the girl at the end and Dracula can’t love without taking a bite out of his significant other. This is where Guillermo Del Toro has saved the day again. The beloved Mexican director has

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Classic Movie of the Week: Rosemary’s Baby

With all of the Christmas madness around, a little shake-up in movies choices is deserved at a time like this. After revisiting Rosemary’s Baby last night, I was reminded of why this movie has terrified millions and intrigued me in the first place. Satan-themed horror movies have never been huge in my book but this one is the

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