I’ve got to admit, I find it weird more of Lovecraft’s stories haven’t been adapted into movies (just not Cthulhu, I’m getting really sick of Cthulhu). I can’t make out a feeling for this movie. It looks kinda cheesy but also creepy as hell in some parts. The concept seems pretty interesting and it’s definitely something I’d check out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I’m going to start off by saying I think Elizabeth Moss is a very talented actress and I seriously think she could do better than this movie. I can tell from the trailer she’s giving it her all with a flimsy script. The story looks decent enough but for the most part it looks like a fairly typical horror movie; the positive is at least it’s not part of Universal’s Dark Universe with the failed The Mummy (2017) . May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Here is a prime example of strange indy stuff that catches my attention. I like the unusual premise and the questions asked in the end of the trailer. While I can’t see this being a huge horror smash hit, I can see it being a interesting movie in it’s own right. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I’m not going to lie, I’ve never been a fan of the last, American Grudge remake that swept my middle school when I was a kid along with the American Ring remake. Whereas the last remake kept much of the Japanese influence, the 2020 movie seems to have scrapped it completely. For the most part it looks like a generic horror movie and I can’t see much promise in it. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Just when I think horror maybe dying, I find something damn interesting. Antlers has some striking visuals I wouldn’t expect anything less from Del Toro. I’m pretty hooked to find out what this creature is but I’m glad you don’t see much of it in the trailer. I’m pretty excited for Antlers now. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Bloodshot is the latest in a long, endless line of comic book movies that I have to admit looks pretty badass. The effects are pretty awesome and the plot looks fairly interesting. The only thing that makes me nervous is that Sony is doing it, but after Venom and Dark Tower it’s a fair enough concern. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
For the millionth time; I’m really starting to think Hollywood is running out of ideas. The Turning is a modern telling of the classic horror story “The Turning of the Screw” and while I’d say this movie seems to be filmed pretty well, this looks generic as hell. I can’t say this movie is fully to blame, the source material is classic and has surely influenced countless others, but that being said this looks like every evil kid/ haunted house story ever. May the gaming gods bring you glory.