Tag: horror

31 horror movies in 31 days: The Ring

   And so begins my girl crush on Naomi Watts. I always thought she was beautiful and talented, but this solidified it. That, and being a well-written flick filled with psychological and visual drama makes this one of my favorites. The Ring begins with two teenagers during a sleepover. Becca tells Katie about a supposed... Read more »

31 horror movies in 31 days: White Noise

   This 2005 flick is groundbreaking, as in the first to introduce the audience to a realm of spiritual investigation not many had heard of at this point. Remember, this is a time when shows like Ghost Adventures and Ghost Hunters were in their infancy. The exposure to something like was nowhere near as vast... Read more »

31 horror movies in 31 days: The Woman In Black

   I was hesitant to see this movie because it stars Daniel Radcliffe, whom I’m not a big fan of. The idea of Harry Potter dumped in the middle of a horror flick just sounded…weird. Eventually Little Woman convinced me to sit down and watch it. I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised. The... Read more »

31 horror films in 31 days: A Nightmare On Elm Street

   This film holds a special place in my bloody heart for a couple reasons. First, because this is the first horror film that I feel defines my generation. I was 13 years old when it came out, just a touch younger than the characters in the film. I was able to relate more than... Read more »

31 horror movies in 31 days: Evil Dead (2013)

   Good lord, going from Psycho to Evil Dead is like apples and oranges. I think I bit off more than I can chew on Day 6. Within the first 15 minutes into watching the remake of the 1981 classic, I knew this wasn’t going to be your typical horror movie. 15 minutes after that,... Read more »

31 Horror Movies in 31 Days: An Introduction

October is my favorite month of the year, no doubt. The leaves begin to change, the weather cools down, and food takes on a whole new flavor. But best of all is Halloween. I love planning the costumes. I love the excitement of walking all over the neighborhood, hearing the leaves crunch under my feet... Read more »