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Great horror series!
"Marianne" is a wonderful production full of drama and horror, even some of soft comedy. The script is cool, using some references about classic horror films. The music score is awesome, the acting is great and the locations are creepy ones but beautiful at the same time. The drama and horror works together as in the original miniserie of "It". Marianne is here and she's angry!
The Recall (2017)
Cliché film with something different.
"The Recall" is a horror film involving teenagers in a cabin in the woods, the characters are the same: a sweet girl, a handsome rude guy with a good heart, a sexual active girl, a violent guy and the nerd boy, there is also the smart adult. Now the killer is vanished, but a lot of aliens are behind the lead actors. A horror teen film full of clichés but with aliens. A good cinematography, lovely locations, bad visual effects and a fine acting of Wesley Snipes. "The Recall" is not good, not bad, just entertaining.
The Mist (2017)
Not bad, not that good.
"The Mist" TV adaptation was good at first, but then it becames bored. Stephen King's novel was adapted and theatrically released in 2007, a great film, but in 2017 this TV version was released, a weak production with great performances and special effects, but something is missing. This production is not bad, but not that good. A watchable work, no more.
Devil's Gate (2017)
A great film!
"Devil's Gate" is a great film, creepy and with a wonderful script. The acting is good and the special effects are amazing. The story is different and suspenseful. A lot of alien abduction films have been produced but this one is the most realistic. A great film!
One of the most controversial films ever made!
"Exposé" also know as "Straw Hill" or "Trauma" is one of the most controversial films ever made, banned and censored around the world. Udo Kier and Linda Hayden performances are wonderful. The film is an erotic thriller with horror elements, specially about the slasher subgenre. There is fancy sex scenes, gore and an amazing cinematography. A masterpiece!
Scanners III: The Takeover (1991)
Weak third part!
Christian Duguay directed in 1991 "Scanners II: The New Order", that same year he directed a third part, "Scanners III: The Takeover". The second film was amazing but this third part is weak, some good acting and gore, interesting scenes but the film is not that good, the comedy used in some moments is stupid. The script could be better. "Scanners" and "Scanners II: The New Order" are great films, but "Scanners III: The Takeover" is not good but not that bad either.
Scanners II: The New Order (1991)
10 years after "Scanners" came out, was released the sequel. "Scanners II: The Take Order" is a great film, a horror-thriller-action film, even with drama scenes. There is action as explosions and chases, thrilling scenes and gore, also a great acting and wonderful special effects. An awesome sequel.
Love Object (2003)
Great but not perfect.
A good horror film with good scenes and suspense. The script is good and interesting. Desmond Harrington acting is amazing. A story about lonliness and secrets. A great film but not amazing.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
"Dawn of the Dead" is a cult classic, a great zombie frick about human survival and team work, also about humans against humans trying to win everything, the people is a worst thing than a dead one. Tom Savini's gore effects are amazing and George A. Romero direction is awesome. Ken Foree acting is so charming. A masterpiece!
The Vampire Lovers (1970)
Great film based on Sheridan Le Fanu's novel.
Sheridan Le Fanu's novel "Carmilla" is one of the best horror works ever made, one of the first about vampires and the first with lesbian vampires. "The Vampire Lovers" is a great Hammer film based on this novel. The cinematography is wonderful, a great gothic atmosphere and filming locations. The acting is great, mainly Ingrid Pitt playing Carmilla, great sex appeal. The scenes between the actresses are beautiful, an erotic horror tale!
La novia ensangrentada (1972)
Feminism and machismo!
"La novia ensangrentada" is based on Sheridan Le Fanu's "Carmilla", one of the best adaptations of this novel. There is the main plot of Le Fanu's work: lesbian vampires, but with a feminist point of view against the machismo. A married woman being forced to have sex with her husband like a sex slave, but Carmilla is a force, a feminist one. A great film with awesome cinematography and film locations, a gothic atmosphere and a cool direction, the acting is perfect and sometimes charming. A world of women with men against them, but women are so much stronger together!
Great haunted house/possession film.
Paco Plaza directed the "REC" franchise, but now he go away from the zombies to a haunted house, possessions and ouija. The script is creepy and the film locations are scary as hell. The direction is cool and the acting awesome. "Verónica" is a horror masterpiece. A must watch!
"Krull" is one of the best fantasy films ever made, a great story with a beautiful cinematography, the script is thrilling, the music score amazing and the filming locations are totally terrific ones. The 80's special effects are so lovely, a piece of the magic of this film. A must watch!
My Bloody Valentine (1981)
A bloody Valentine's Day!
Canada filmed great slasher films and "My Bloody Valentine" is one of them. The script is full of mistery and suspense. The cinematography is totally creepy and the acting is amazing, girls with great lungs. Harry Warden is one of the best villains in the horror films, every death scene is thrilling and gory and the film locations are so dark and terrifying. A classic for every February 14.
Happy Birthday to Me (1981)
Canada filmed great slasher films such as "Black Christmas" (1974), "Prom Night" (1980), "My Bloody Valentine" (1981), "Curtains" (1983), etc. "Happy Birthday to Me" (1981) is one of the best. The script is thrilling and with some turns, the cinematography and direction are amazing and the special effects are cool and gory. The acting is perfect, mainly Melissa Sue Anderson and Glenn Ford. The film is a Canadian masterpiece and one of the best slasher films ever made. Totally creepy.
A lovely film!
"Onward" is an animated-fantasy film, fun for children but with a message for people over their 20's: family. The plot is funny based in a fantasy world in the year 2020 but with fantasy creatures that forgot their ancient magic and now they live like we the humans, with cars, cellphones, etc. "Onward" is a coming of age but also it talks about find who you are (not only for teenagers, I'm 29 years old and I wanna fight against my teen years fears), the family is also a main subject here, be happy with your parents and siblings, maybe you can lose them and don't say to them I"love you". The production is good, the animation is cute and a retro feeling is present. Believe in your self, follow your dreams and love to your family.
Bad teen thriller-mistery-action film.
I watched this film in 2011, then I was 20 years old, "Abduction" is a teen target movie, but it was soft and bored. Starred by the late of the 2000's and early 2010's teen stars Taylor Lautner and Lily Collins, "Abduction" is a bad thriller film, the direction and acting are awful ones. The script is totally illogical and even dumb. Lautner is a really terrible actor, the best of this movie is Sigourney Weaver (the 2010's was a bad decade for this great actress, I hope this new decade will be a better one for her). "Abduction" is garbage, a really forgettable film. Avoid it.
Malasaña 32 (2020)
Awesome Spanish film!
"Malasaña 32" is a great horror film with influences about "The Exorcist", "The Conjuring", and Polanski's apartment trilogy. Set in the 1970's, the set decoration and costume design are cool. The script is creepy, the acting and direction are amazing. The special effects are great. The story is thrilling, a classic haunted house mistery and even sadly scenes, some jump scares but not easy ones, a very good film. A classic for the 2020's decade.
It Follows Italian style.
"You Die - Get the app, then die" is a kind of "It Follows" spin-off, not about a demon as a sexual disease that you must throw into other person before it can kill you. This time an app must be unloaded in other person cell phone before a dead person can kill you. This Italian film is full of easy jump scares and then it become a slow film. Some good acting, decent cinematography and an unoriginal script. "You Die - Get the app, then die" is a bad film with some good scenes, but very forgettable. Now there is a film titled "Countdown", a similar one, the filmmakers need new ideas.
Night of the Dark Full Moon (1972)
Low budget masterpiece!
One of the first Christmas horror films ever made and the first slasher film set in Christmas. "Silent Night, Bloody Night" is creepy as hell, with a cheap but effective cinematography, amazing film locations, good acting and a wonderful music score. The script is thrilling and full of mistery, some twits and great death scenes. A low budget film that gave me thrills, a great classic!
Prom Night (1980)
Perfect Canadian slasher film!
"Black Christmas", "My Bloody Valentine" and "Happy Birthday to Me" are Canadian slasher masterpieces, but "Prom Night" is cool too. The scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis is amazing playing Kim, lovely and strong. The script influenced another slasher films some time later. "Prom Night" script is simple but effective, with some twists. The death scenes are gory and Paul Zaza's soundtrack is cool. A classic horror film! I wish my prom night would have been like this.
Fun killer monster film!
Paul Lynch directed "Prom Night" and two years later "Humongous", a lower film but entertaining. The film is a monster movie and not a slasher. The cinematography is terrific and the film locations are creepy as hell. Correct acting and a thrilling script, the death scenes are soft but the killer is intimidating. A Canadian classic, it could be better but was funny enough.
To All a Goodnight (1980)
Not bad, not a masterpiece!
David Hess was a great actor and "To All a Goodnight" is a decent debut film as director. A Christmas horror slasher film with obviously references to the Canadian "Black Christmas". The script is simple, a group of teenagers in a remote boarding school being stalked by a masked killer with a revenge plan. One by one are murdered, something common in slasher films and I love that, but "To All a Goodnight" was the first film with a Santa Claus dressed killer. The death scenes are gory and the film locations are creepy ones. The cinematography is decent and the score is soft. An entertaining film, not a masterpiece but fun!
Final Exam (1981)
Interesting slasher film.
"Final Exam" is a slasher with obvious "Halloween" influences and even tribute scenes. The film is good but slow, the death scenes are soft but the suspense is great, specially with that dormitories and empty halls, great creepy locations in a dark college bulding. The acting is good with many unkown faces but with a fine acting talent. A classic forgotten gem!
Tourist Trap (1979)
A slasher masterpiece!
"Tourist Trap" is a teen horror film, one of the first slasher films with supernatural elements, the famous telekinesis, a subject used in some horror films at the end of the 70's. The film is a mix between "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" and "Carrie" using some influences of this film. The cast is good, mainly Chuck Connors, Jocelyn Jones and Tanya Roberts. Pino Donaggio's music is great, the cinematography and film locations are great, and the special effects alongside the makeup effects are gorgeous. A classic about insanity, creepy wax mannequins and some gory scenes.