ABOUT ME

ASK BOX IS CLOSED This is where you can submit your horror movie confessions or opinions, anonymously or not, and I'll post it with an image to go along with it. All submissions are sent in by other people and they are not my personal opinions. Remember all opinions are different, so please respect the opinions of others. NOTE: I do not accept confessions as 'fan mail' when the ask box is closed. Any confessions submitted via fan mail during this time WILL be deleted. WARNING: I am not making any promises that there will not be spoilers in any of the confessions. I apologize for any inconvenience.  Horror Fan(s) Creeping Tagged Posts:
“the opening scene of 28 weeks later is one of the best scenes in zombie movie history in my opinion. sometimes, i’ll just watch that scene and then change off the movie because that’s all i watched for.”

the opening scene of 28 weeks later is one of the best scenes in zombie movie history in my opinion. sometimes, i’ll just watch that scene and then change off the movie because that’s all i watched for.”

127 notes | Reblog | 1 month ago
“The scene in 28 Weeks Later where Alice is strapped down in a hospital bed, and her and Don kiss (y’know what happens next) disturbed me so much that when I thought about it back in elementary school, I could feel my knees go weak.”

The scene in 28 Weeks Later where Alice is strapped down in a hospital bed, and her and Don kiss (y’know what happens next) disturbed me so much that when I thought about it back in elementary school, I could feel my knees go weak.”

34 notes | Reblog | 1 year ago
“It bugs me when people nitpick over the fact that the “zombies” in 28 Days/Weeks Later weren’t technically “zombies”. The movies play out exactly like a modern zombie outbreak, and the fact that the “zombies” aren’t technically dead grounds the story more in reality. Both films are great, so just enjoy them and shut up.”

It bugs me when people nitpick over the fact that the “zombies” in 28 Days/Weeks Later weren’t technically “zombies”. The movies play out exactly like a modern zombie outbreak, and the fact that the “zombies” aren’t technically dead grounds the story more in reality. Both films are great, so just enjoy them and shut up.”

57 notes | Reblog | 1 year ago
“I’m not a huge zombie movie fan, but I loved “28 Weeks Later.”“

I’m not a huge zombie movie fan, but I loved “28 Weeks Later.”“

34 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago
“While 28 Days/Weeks may not be a real zombie movie, I still think they are good movies.”

While 28 Days/Weeks may not be a real zombie movie, I still think they are good movies.”

55 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago
“"I prefer 28 Weeks Later to 28 Days Later" Days isn’t a bad movie, I just like Weeks better."

"I prefer 28 Weeks Later to 28 Days Later" Days isn’t a bad movie, I just like Weeks better."

60 notes | Reblog | 2 years ago
"28 Weeks Later > 28 Days Later"

"28 Weeks Later > 28 Days Later"

35 notes | Reblog | 3 years ago
“I can’t stand 28 Weeks Later. I couldn’t understand anything because the camera was too shaky. I get if they were trying to go for like a Diary of the Dead thing and try to see what it’s like in that perspective, but they overdid it too much. I will never watch that movie again”

I can’t stand 28 Weeks Later. I couldn’t understand anything because the camera was too shaky. I get if they were trying to go for like a Diary of the Dead thing and try to see what it’s like in that perspective, but they overdid it too much. I will never watch that movie again”

1 note | Reblog | 3 years ago
“i hate when people are nazis about whats considered a zombie, there are different kinds, voodoo zombies, reanimated corpses, infected, it doesn’t matter shut the fuck up and watch the movie”

i hate when people are nazis about whats considered a zombie, there are different kinds, voodoo zombies, reanimated corpses, infected, it doesn’t matter shut the fuck up and watch the movie”

38 notes | Reblog | 3 years ago