But then the family lawyer (Michael Beach ) takes Lauren aside to tell her Archer left her something else, an envelope with a key and a thumb drive.
He’s a lot like “Chills” in that he shows a ton of count downs of great ghost sightings, hauntings, paranormal encounters, weird monsters, strange anomalies, and weird ghost confrontations on various youtube programs.
What I got was a competently made and good looking anthology film where the framing narrative – an interesting idea in itself – is constantly interrupted by the need to service fans of the original Alvin Shwartz stories and in turn relegates its title properties to underdeveloped background details.
27 after first terrifying the Losers’ Club, Pennywise is back to wreak havoc in Derry, Maine all over again – and according to the man behind the faceprint, Bill Skarsgård , this time he’s even more dangerous.
Pet Sematary is an unnecessary remake with middling efforts to justify its existence, turning a great family tragedy into a slasher flick with disposable characters and a routine plot-driven script.
Creepy, disturbing and deliciously, irresistibly open to multiple interpretations, Jordan Peele’s follow up to “Get Out ” brings us another mischievously deep dive into the shameful psyche of America with a psychological sci-fi thriller of identity politics through the looking glass.
Some of the most powerful villains can just sit back and watch her followers do the dirty work for them, and that looks to be exactly what Gabby Gabby does with the ventriloquist dummies Woody will meet in Toy Story 4 .
The film was met with great praise for its story, eerie setting, social commentary message, and the amazing performance from Daniel Kaluuya. They work well with acting terrified but it’s they nail their performances as their doppelgänger.
Animated with some brilliant stop motion, “Cerulia” finds a young girl named Cerulia who visits her childhood home with the intent to say goodbye.
The Hole In The Ground , written by Stephen Shields and director Lee Cronin, has a lot of plot in common with Corin Hardy’s Irish-set The Hallow but its mood is different, holding back on effects horrors in favour of a nerve-fraying waiting game between creepy kid — we know he’s a changeling, even as Sarah can barely bring herself to suspect — and the driven-beyond-her-breaking-point mum.
This all comes together to make of St. Agatha a film full of mood and atmosphere with sweeping beautiful shots and some truly great performances.
These elements mix together in a ways that gives Alive a strong, tense story and keeps the viewer glued to the screen. The images use the darkness and the light in a way that adds to the story and makes it all the more powerful in its creepiness.
Not only is it a Christmas horror film, but it stars a group of awesome ladies. Slay Belles, written by Spooky Dan Walker, is a bright, funny and delightfully bloody film, perfect for celebrating the Christmas season.