Carlie (The Blasphemous Wench)
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I haven’t finished my Iron Man 3 review yet — work keeps getting in the way, dammit, and also writing that could, at least potentially, make me some money, and reading too, because The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of … Continue reading
With Election Day coming up tomorrow, I should probably be doing a themed poll — like best movies about the presidency, or best movies about the apocalypse — but I didn’t think of that until after I wrote this one, so … Continue reading
The horror movie challenge continues. Next up? This was Wes Craven’s big film debut. It . . . is not the easiest movie in the world to watch.
Clearly, I will watch a terrible movie at any given time, just to make fun of it, regardless of mood, circumstance, rain, or shine; I am there for mockery with bells on. But my sister and I had a particularly … Continue reading
Because everyone knows kids are creepy. Wow. That may be the best ridiculous tagline ever.
A couple of days ago, I realized, It’s going to be February next week, and I haven’t watched a single horror film yet. Shame on you, Carlie. Shame! After feeling shameful for a proper period of time, I looked on … Continue reading
Sarcasm does come with its downsides. Last week, while gently mocking the trailer for Wrath of the Titans, I mentioned that I would likely never watch the movie, as I’d never bothered to see the first one. The very next … Continue reading
Finally, the last movie to come from Splatterfest’s leftovers . . . This is a decent (if somewhat flawed) horror movie about your neighbors trying to kill you.