“Wrong Turn 2 messed me up so bad. When the girl’s strained in the chair in the messed up people house, and the metal’s grinding into her wrists, I mean, I can handle blood, but not when it’s coming out of a persons writs. I just, I can’t go through that again.”
“I can’t even watch the first short film in V/H/S. The girls eyes terrify me. Nothing has unsettled me in a movie more then that particular scene with her in the stairwell.”
“I seriously hated Sinister, i remember leaving the theather livid as hell. It just wasn’t really as good or as scary as many people put it out to be. It’s was actually boring. REALLY boring.”
“'Insidious 2' was such a letdown. Unlike the first, which showed originality, the sequel was terribly derivative of many superior films that came before it. A boy mentally scarred from being raised as a girl by his mother? 'Sleepaway Camp.' A male killer who wants to be a woman? 'Silence of the Lambs.' Obligatory handheld sequence? 'REC' (and many others). Abandoned hospital? 'One Missed Call' (and many others). Murderous and possessed father? 'The Shining.' List longer than my character count.”
“Dream Home (2011) had some of the most original and gruesome death scenes I have seen in a horror movie. And the fact that the killer was the main character and a female made it all the more satisfying.”
“Rob Zombie’s version of Halloween II is among my favorite films because of Laurie. I’ve been through the trauma of someone nearly killing me, and while it’s not entirely accurate, I feel strongly for Laurie’s struggles with the fear of being killed, and feeling like a freak and damaged goods. It means a lot to me to have something that feels like it gets that.”
“Trick-r’-Treat was the most boring, predictable horror movie I’ve ever seen.”
|Q:||"What are your opinions on the infamous movies now days, like begotten murder set-pieces eden lake and all those considered like really disturbing/bloody/shocking ?" — Anonymous|
Well about the ones you mentioned, despite the acclaim it’s received I wasn’t a fan of Begotten. I do have to admit though that not much disturbs me at all, but the opening scene did make me cringe as did some other scenes in it. I like the idea of a silent black and white film in modern times, I just think it could have been done better. I thought Eden Lake was brilliant but never really thought of it as a disturbing film, but that’s just me. P.S. Sorry I didn’t answer this earlier, I just saw it in my ask!
|Q:||"what is your personal instagram/twitter??" — Anonymous|
Just saw this hidden in the ask sorry!