boxesfullofpepesilvia:

Its that time of the year again! Going to try and watch a shit ton of horror movies again, like last year and record the entries. * for new entries. 

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre(original): It was actually my first time watching it as i’ve only seen the remake.I dug it. Great use of sound to make some scenes pretty effective. The grandpa was damn creepy, too. R.I.P. Marilyn Burns.

Black Sabbath: Pretty decent film. The second and third stories pretty good, while the last i thought was probably the best, while the first story was okay.

Annabelle: Meh, had a good scene near the middle but other wise pretty mediocre. It also had a ton of cliche, cheesy dialogue.

The Town that Dreaded Sundown: Okay film but it was kind of boring imo. The death scenes were goofy as well.

We Are what We Are: Pretty good remake and great performances all around. Michael Parks should be in more things.

Witchfinder General: Not bad, a bit dated but Vincent Price’s performance is good.

Lost Highway: You can always count on David Lynch for the surreal. Great film, its really similar to Mulholland Drive though. Totally recommend it.

Hellraiser: First time watching the original and i really liked it. I love how the cenobites aren’t even the real villains in it. The effects were great too.

Housebound: A very fun horror/comedy. Totally surprised me. The acting is good and the story isn’t predictable. Really recommend it as it just came out!

In the Mouth of Madness:  As a John Carpenter fan i was a tad disapointed but thats not to say i didn’t enjoy it as Sam Neill’s performance is great and it is entertaining.

The Tenant: I really liked this one. You can really feel the characters decent to madness including some very creepy scenes. The atmosphere is killer, too. Also, there’s Roman Polinski in drag, so there’s that.

Repulsion*: I think I enjoyed The Tenant a tad more but this was very good as well. There was actually a jump scare that totally got me that involved a mirror. Catherine Deneuve was fantastic too.

Return of the Living Dead*: Cheesy 80’s horror, but there’s nothing wrong with that as it’s really fun. One of the zombies has a pretty cool look to it as well.

kohwala:

i even procrastinate sleep

boxesfullofpepesilvia:

Its that time of the year again! Going to try and watch a shit ton of horror movies again, like last year and record the entries. * for new entries. 

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre(original): It was actually my first time watching it as i’ve only seen the remake.I dug it. Great use of sound to make some scenes pretty effective. The grandpa was damn creepy, too. R.I.P. Marilyn Burns.

Black Sabbath: Pretty decent film. The second and third stories pretty good, while the last i thought was probably the best, while the first story was okay.

Annabelle: Meh, had a good scene near the middle but other wise pretty mediocre. It also had a ton of cliche, cheesy dialogue.

The Town that Dreaded Sundown: Okay film but it was kind of boring imo. The death scenes were goofy as well.

We Are what We Are: Pretty good remake and great performances all around. Michael Parks should be in more things.

Witchfinder General: Not bad, a bit dated but Vincent Price’s performance is good.

Lost Highway: You can always count on David Lynch for the surreal. Great film, its really similar to Mulholland Drive though. Totally recommend it.

Hellraiser: First time watching the original and i really liked it. I love how the cenobites aren’t even the real villains in it. The effects were great too.

Housebound: A very fun horror/comedy. Totally surprised me. The acting is good and the story isn’t predictable. Really recommend it as it just came out!

In the Mouth of Madness:  As a John Carpenter fan i was a tad disapointed but thats not to say i didn’t enjoy it as Sam Neill’s performance is great and it is entertaining.

The Tenant*: I really liked this one. You can really feel the characters decent to madness including some very creepy scenes. The atmosphere is killer, too. Also, there’s Roman Polinski in drag, so there’s that.

glitterymurder:

*finishes tv show, movie or book*

*immediately searches tag on Tumblr*

boxesfullofpepesilvia:

Its that time of the year again! Going to try and watch a shit ton of horror movies again, like last year and record the entries. * for new entries. 

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre(original): It was actually my first time watching it as i’ve only seen the remake.I dug it. Great use of sound to make some scenes pretty effective. The grandpa was damn creepy, too. R.I.P. Marilyn Burns.

Black Sabbath: Pretty decent film. The second and third stories pretty good, while the last i thought was probably the best, while the first story was okay.

Annabelle: Meh, had a good scene near the middle but other wise pretty mediocre. It also had a ton of cliche, cheesy dialogue.

The Town that Dreaded Sundown: Okay film but it was kind of boring imo. The death scenes were goofy as well.

We Are what We Are: Pretty good remake and great performances all around. Michael Parks should be in more things.

Witchfinder General: Not bad, a bit dated but Vincent Price’s performance is good.

Lost Highway: You can always count on David Lynch for the surreal. Great film, its really similar to Mulholland Drive though. Totally recommend it.

Hellraiser: First time watching the original and i really liked it. I love how the cenobites aren’t even the real villains in it. The effects were great too.

Housebound*: A very fun horror/comedy. Totally surprised me. The acting is good and the story isn’t predictable. Really recommend it as it just came out!

In the Mouth of Madness*:  As a John Carpenter fan i was a tad disapointed but thats not to say i didn’t enjoy it as Sam Neill’s performance is great and it is entertaining.

yungdiane:

"so why do you want the job?"

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boxesfullofpepesilvia:

Its that time of the year again! Going to try and watch a shit ton of horror movies again, like last year and record the entries. * for new entries. 

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre(original): It was actually my first time watching it as i’ve only seen the remake.I dug it. Great use of sound to make some scenes pretty effective. The grandpa was damn creepy, too. R.I.P. Marilyn Burns.

Black Sabbath: Pretty decent film. The second and third stories pretty good, while the last i thought was probably the best, while the first story was okay.

Annabelle: Meh, had a good scene near the middle but other wise pretty mediocre. It also had a ton of cliche, cheesy dialogue.

The Town that Dreaded Sundown: Okay film but it was kind of boring imo. The death scenes were goofy as well.

We Are what We Are*: Pretty good remake and great performances all around. Michael Parks should be in more things.

Witchfinder General*: Not bad, a bit dated but Vincent Price’s performance is good.

Lost Highway*: You can always count on David Lynch for the surreal. Great film, its really similar to Mulholland Drive though. Totally recommend it.

Hellraiser*: First time watching the original and i really liked it. I love how the cenobites aren’t even the real villains in it. The effects were great too.

sucymemebabaran:

ah yes the four seasons. wet, hot, halloween, and christmas

boxesfullofpepesilvia:

Its that time of the year again! Going to try and watch a shit ton of horror movies again, like last year and record the entries. * for new entries. 

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre(original): It was actually my first time watching it as i’ve only seen the remake.I dug it. Great use of sound to make some scenes pretty effective. The grandpa was damn creepy, too. R.I.P. Marilyn Burns.

Black Sabbath: Pretty decent film. The second and third stories pretty good, while the last i thought was probably the best, while the first story was okay.

Annabelle*: Meh, had a good scene near the middle but other wise pretty mediocre. It also had a ton of cliche, cheesy dialogue.

The Town that Dreaded Sundown*: Okay, film but it was kind of boring imo. The death scenes were goofy as well.