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Magic Magic (2013)
made me cry towards the end
omg this was so good.
It didn't seem like much at the beginning but it just got better and better, I couldn't look away.
there isn't much of a story, however I still found it to be an amazing movie, more like an art piece/film festival type of movie that really makes you think.
I felt so many different emotions. makes you realise what some people go through..
and at the end I was balling my eyes out.
I can see why people wouldn't like it, but if you like "odd" movies (like me) u should love it I am still a bit confused about what it was about(I watched it without the sub titles - which probably didn't help)I want to watch it again now to see if I missed anything and just coz I really enjoyed it, I feel like I have to watch it again..
The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
Good watch, with friends for a movie night/drinks etc
This movie was pretty funny and it was quite original as well. I do think they could have done a little bit better though. it wasn't too spoofy, it was definitely a good mix between horror and comedy. The ones that are so comical that it takes away from the fact its a horror get boring after a while it definitely isn't like the title suggests "the cabin in the woods". for me that title makes me think its going to be your typical slasher or ghost film, so this one was a nice surprise.
it was a mix between horror with the blood, guts and zombies,and syfy with the entire thing being an experiment and they cant get out.
I love the guys who are watching over the experiment, they are super funny.
one thing I only picked up on when the stoner mentioned it, because they didn't really emphasize, was that the game was changing their personalities. they could have done a bit better on that.
also nicely surprised when it didn't end where I thought it would.
its pretty cool how its all like elevators like the movie "cube", there were actually a few references to other movies in this I noticed.
I love when the elevators all open up and all the monsters come out, that was funny and its awesome how many different creatures and things were in the cube elevators, that was pretty inventive there.
the one thing I didn't really like was the "ritual" thing, I thought it would have been better to go along the lines of an experimental thing.
but without thinking too much into it, it was a good comedy horror, one to sit back with your mates, have a few drinks and have a good laugh while at the same time getting a bit squeamish or shocked!
Sand Sharks (2011)
hahahahahahahahahahahahah - that pretty much sums up this movie it was hilariously bad.. graphics were terrible.. acting was terrible however it was a super funny "horror" movie... not as good/funny as the piranha movies but I think it fits in well with that comedy horror category, but its more about how bad the movie is that makes it funny, than the story line actually being funny. I did think that Brooke Hogan did a very good job - she was about the only good actor in this movie. I found it super funny when at the end they blow up the huge shark and you can clearly tell people from behind the camera are throwing guys at the characters. if I was going to have a funny horror movie night, this would make it onto the list just for a good laugh.
Loved It !!
A great remake of the original 1976 Carrie. The only reason I rated it 9 and not 10 was due to her levitating out of the building (which I thought was a little ridiculous) and her discovering her powers before the prom, I felt like this took away a little bit from the ending which I thought should have been more dramatic. otherwise it was an overall great movie!! A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King, Carrie is directed by Kimberly Peirce with a screenplay by Lawrence D. Cohen and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.